Year: 2018

Monitoring of Beams in a Reinforced Concrete Building During a Load Test Using Distributed Sensors

Written on Dec 10, 2018

Entuitive’s Tom Greenough and Ian Trudeau, in collaboration with researchers at Queen’s University, published a research paper on the topic of load testing in the Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities....

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Entuitive Leads the Discussion on Special Considerations in Timber Construction at the P+W Mass Timber Influencers & Mass Timber Institute Launch event

Written on Nov 20, 2018

At Entuitive, collaboration is at the heart of our mission to offer clients elegant and creative engineering solutions for their building needs. This means collaborating with all stakeholders every step of the way during a project, as well as leading our industry colleagues in pushing building construction forward....

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Entuitive welcomes Paul Creighton

Written on Nov 19, 2018

Vancouver, BC – November 19, 2018 – Entuitive is pleased to welcome Paul Creighton, who has joined the firm as a Senior Project Director. ...

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Cities of the Future: Entuitive’s CityVision 2018 Event talks 2026 and taking Calgary to new heights

Written on Nov 01, 2018

On October 17th, Entuitive’s CityVision Client Appreciation + Industry Event brought over 200 members of Alberta’s real estate, design, and building community to the top of the Bow Tower in Calgary. Our guests took the night off and came to connect and network, while enjoying breathtaking views of the city, 54 stories up. ...

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Guest Post: what does the future of transportation look like, in the midst of rapid change?

Written on Oct 31, 2018

Shared by one of our project partners, Metrolinx, the following article provides insight into the future of transit and the role that it will play in community planning and development, including road capacity and design, parking and land use, and the imminent rise of intelligent and “smart” neighbourhoods. Metrolinx is currently undertaking the largest transportation investment in Ontario’s history to deliver better, faster, and easier transit systems for the province, while also operating GO Transit, UP Express, and PRESTO. ...

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