Cities are demanding more from structures as the way people live, work, and travel changes at an unprecedented pace. Sustainability, once considered an afterthought, is now central to designing buildings suited for future demands.
Structural Engineering is a pillar on which a high-performing, creative vision stands, most successfully if it begins with a holistic view of an asset’s impact on its users and community, as well as the external influences it must account for.
Our partner architects, developers, contractors, and property owners and managers rely on us to balance creativity with advanced technical capability in order to achieve their vision and solve their challenges for both new and existing structures. 



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The Residences at the Ritz

Toronto, Canada
Located in Toronto’s downtown core, the 53-storey Residences at the Ritz-Carlton and Ritz-Carlton Hotel contain a 20-storey, five-star hotel and 33 storeys of condominium space and related amenities directly above. The tower’s striking, chiseled profile stands out within the Toronto skyline with its south wall gradually sloping out and reaching upward.
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MacKimmie Block & Tower Redevelopment

Calgary, Canada
The MacKimmie Block and Tower at the University of Calgary aims to reduce and eliminate carbon emissions with a passive design.
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Strathcona-Tweedsmuir School Expansion

Okotoks, Canada
Strathcona-Tweedsmuir School is a private school accommodating Grades K through 12. A 65,000 ft² expansion was added on the school’s 220-acre campus in order to meet the school’s learning and teaching needs. The new addition was designed to embrace the surrounding mountain vista and reflect the local environment.
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Brookfield Place Calgary

Calgary, Canada
Calgary’s Brookfield Place towers over most of its neighbours. The 56-storey East Tower is Western Canada’s tallest building.
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