Stephen Brown P. Eng., P.E.


Backed by over 35 years of experience in structural engineering, Stephen is known for his unique expertise in the design, construction, and restoration of buildings, pedestrian bridges, and vehicular bridges. He is particularly valued in the construction industry, providing innovative and efficient construction engineering solutions to complex erection challenges. His experience covers design, planning, feasibility studies, investigations, and contract preparation for projects across a wide range of sectors including transportation, commercial, retail, healthcare, and institutional.

Notable projects include the Humber River Pedestrian Bridge in Toronto, which received the Governor General Award for Architecture, and an Award of Excellence from the Canadian Institute for Steel Construction. Other award-winning projects

include the 650m long Perley Bridge over the Ottawa River from Hawkesbury, Ontario to Grenville, Quebec; and the Mount Pleasant Visitation Centre. Stephen has also recently completed work on the UP Express air-rail link in Toronto, and the design of Burlington GO Station.