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Stantec Architecture Ltd.
The Corporation of
the Township of
South-West Oxford
Request for Proposal for Emergency Services
Building Station 3 (Beachville):
Architectural & Engineering Design Services
RFP 2016-01
Front Cover: Sackville Emergency Response Services and Town Hall Facility
100–401 Wellington Street West
Toronto, ON M5V 1E7
July 29, 2016
Attention: Jeff VanRybroeck, Fire Chief
The Corporation of the Township of South-West Oxford
312915 Dereham Line
Mount Elgin, Ontario N0J 1N0
Dear Jeff:
RE: RFP 2016-01
Stantec is pleased to submit our qualifications and fee proposal for full architectural and
engineering design services for a new Emergency Services Building Station 3 in Beachville. We
have reviewed your proposed RFP/contract terms and believe that should we be selected for
this assignment, we will be able to conclude a mutually satisfactory contract with you.
We would like to take this opportunity to emphasize our attention in selecting the best project
team to meet your requirements for this project. As the Principal-in-Charge, I have extensive
experience with successfully delivering numerous similar municipal projects. Together with
the Project Architect Tom Kyle, I will lead a well-qualified team to deliver this project for the
Township that will be on time, on budget, and to the quality expected. Our team possesses
a vast knowledge base and has a successful history of working on similar projects including
emergency services and police headquarters, as well as training and educational facilities.
The core strength of Stantec’s multi-discipline architecture and engineering team – from site
and building engineering services to subject matter experts including LEED and sustainable
design meeting Net Zero targets – will be fully engaged as your partner to bring about this
important project. Our Stantec team will be supported by Rider Levett Bucknall for cost
estimating, who provide a true third party arms length evaluation of all the cost implications of
the design, from beginning to end.
In summary, we are excited about this project and confident that we have a uniquely qualified
and available strong team to deliver a successful project for the Township.
Yours sincerely,
James Arvai
OAA, AIA, NCARB
Principal-in-Charge
(647) 922-6167
[email protected]
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Photo: Town of Blackfalds Protective Services Building
Table of
Contents
Schedule A and Mandatory Requirements p.1
Team
Photo: Ajax Fire Station and Emergency Services
Headquarters and Training Centre
p.9
Methodology
p.17
Relevant Experience
p.23
Project Schedule
p.39
Fees and Expenses
p.45
Appendix A: Team CVs
p.49
Schedule A and
Mandatory
Requirements
Photo (top): RCMP Northern BC Headquarters
Photo (bottom): Brampton Fire Apparatus & Maintenance Facility (rendering)
Township of South-West Oxford
Architectural & Engineering Services: Emergency Services Building Station 3
RFP #2016-01
SCHEDULE “A”
Request for Proposal
Submission Form
Date:
July 29, 2016
Submitted By:
“Proponent”
Stantec Architecture Ltd.
1.
Addenda No.
2.
Pursuant to and in compliance with the RFP Documents and the addenda listed
above, the undersigned, being familiar with the RFP Documents, and all relevant
laws, rules, notices, directives, standards, orders and regulations, licensing and
permit requirements, labour markets and other circumstances which may affect
its submission, hereby submit a proposal to provide Design and Engineering
services for Emergency Services Building Station 3 (Beachville) as specified for
this project.
3.
The Proponent declares:
Date of Issue
June 16, 2016
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Answers to Questions As at June 17, 2016 / As at June 28, 2016
The undersigned acknowledges receipt of the addenda listed hereafter:
4.
a)
that it has complied with the instructions and that it accepts all of the terms,
provisions, stipulations and requirements set out in the RFP;
b)
that it is not relying on any information other than that set out in the RFP
and addenda and issued pursuant thereto by the Township of Township of
South-West Oxford;
c)
that all statements and information set out in its RFP Submission Form or
otherwise provided to the Township in connection with the RFP, including
statements and information hereafter provided, are and will be true,
accurate and complete, not misleading and in accordance with the
principles of full, true and plain disclosure.
Where a Proponent is comprised of more than one entity, all entities comprising
the Proponent shall be jointly and severally liable.
The undersigned has completed this RFP Submission Form.
Signature of Proponent:
James Arvai, Principal-in-Charge
Printed Name and Position
Signature
July 29, 2016
Date
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Township of South-West Oxford
Architectural & Engineering Services: Emergency Services Building Station 3
RFP #2016-01
SCHEDULE “A”
Request for Proposal
Submission Form
In addition to page 1 of Schedule “A”, the Proponent shall submit information as
required below. This will form the basis of evaluation of the RFP. It is important for the
Proponent to carefully review submission requirements as set in Section D. This form
may be reproduced but must be in the same sequence as below.
1. Team (See D.2)
2. Methodology (See D.3)
3. Proponents Past Relevant Experience (D.4)
4. Project Schedule (D.5)
5. Fees and Expenses (D.6)
6. Mandatory Requirements (D. 8)
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Stantec
•
Proof of ability to provide insurance as required by contract documents
•
Disclosure of ongoing litigation
•
Workplace Safety & Insurance Board Firm Number
•
Workplace Safety & Insurance Board Account Number
•
A “Clearance Certificate” issued by WSIB indicating that the bidder’s account
is in good standing.
Contractor Address /
Adresse de
l’entrepreneur
10160 112 ST, RISK
MANAGEMENT,
EDMONTON, AB,
T5K2L6, CA
Contractor Legal /
Trade Name /
Appellation
commerciale ou
raison sociale de
l’entrepreneur
STANTEC
CONSULTING LTD /
STANTEC
ARCHITECTURE LTD
7799-001:
Miscellaneous
Business Services
7752-000: Offices of
Engineers
Contractor
Classification Unit
and Description /
Unité de classification
de l’entrepreneur et
description
Clearance Certificate / Certificat de décharge
Principal Legal /
Trade Name /
Appellation
commerciale ou
raison sociale de
l’entrepreneur
principal
THE TOWNSHIP OF
SOUTH-WEST
OXFORD
06-Jul-2016 to 19-Aug2016
Clearance Certificate Validity period (ddNumber / Numéro du mmm-yyyy) / Période
certificat de décharge de validité
(jj/mm/aaaa)
312915 DEREHAM
P2000009P1FG
LINE, C/O MARY
ELLEN GREB, MOUNT
ELGIN, ON, N0J1N0,
CA
Principal Address /
Adresse de
l’entrepreneur
principal
Mandatory Requirements
WSIB Firm #: 25037OHN
Request for Proposal Call No. RFP 2016-01
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CONTACT
TAMMIE BESON
NAME
PHONE
(A/C, No, Ext): (780) 423-9801
E-MAIL
ADDRESS: [email protected]
PRODUCER
AON REED STENHOUSE INC.
900 - 10025 - 102A AVENUE
EDMONTON AB T5J 0Y2
(780) 423-9876
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100 - 401 WELLINGTON STREET WEST
TORONTO ON M5V 1E7
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GEN’L AGGREGATE LIMIT APPLIES PER:
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CONTACT
TAMMIE BESON
NAME
PHONE
(A/C, No, Ext): 780-423 9801
E-MAIL
ADDRESS: [email protected]
PRODUCER
AON REED STENHOUSE INC
900, 10025 102A AVENUE
EDMONTON, AB T5J 0Y2
FAX
(A/C, No): 780-423
INSURER(S) AFFORDING COVERAGE
9876
NAIC #
INSURER A:
INSURED
INSURER B:
STANTEC ARCHITECTURE LTD., ARCHITECTS
100 - 401 WELLINGTON STREET WEST
TORONTO ON M5V 1E7
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CERTIFICATE MAY BE ISSUED OR MAY PERTAIN, THE INSURANCE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES DESCRIBED HEREIN IS SUBJECT TO ALL THE TERMS,
EXCLUSIONS AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH POLICIES. LIMITS SHOWN SHOWN MAY HAVE BEEN REDUCED BY PAID CLAIMS.
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CLAIMS-MADE
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PROPOLICY
LOC
JECT
AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY
ANY AUTO
ALL OWNED
AUTOS
HIRED AUTOS
LIMITS
EACH OCCURRENCE
DAMAGE TO RENTED
PREMISES (Ea occurrence)
$
MED EXP (Any one person)
$
PERSONAL & ADV INJURY
$
GENERAL AGGREGATE
$
PRODUCTS - COMP/OP AGG
$
COMBINED SINGLE LIMIT
(Ea accident)
BODILY INJURY (Per person)
SCHEDULED
AUTOS
NON-OWNED
AUTOS
$
$
$
$
BODILY INJURY (Per accident) $
PROPERTY DAMAGE
$
(Per accident)
$
UMBRELLA LIAB
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CLAIMS-MADE
AGGREGATE
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RETENTION $
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Y/N
ANY PROPRIETOR/PARTNER/EXECUTIVE
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C AN C E L L AT I O N
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
SHOULD ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED POLICIES BE CANCELLED BEFORE
THE EXPIRATION DATE THEREOF, NOTICE WILL BE DELIVERED IN
ACCORDANCE WITH THE POLICY PROVISIONS.
AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE
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© 1988-2010 ACORD CORPORATION. All rights reserved.
The ACORD name and logo are registered marks of ACORD
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Disclosure of Ongoing Litigation
There are no unsatisfied judgments or arbitration awards outstanding against Stantec. Stantec
does have some legal proceedings, lawsuits, and/or claims pending. These are a normal part of
professional services industries. All have been reported to Stantec’s insurers who, with Stantec’s
active involvement, are in the process of adjusting/managing them. None will have a material effect
on the financial position of the company or its ability to undertake this assignment.
Perhaps of greater comfort to our clients is the fact that Stantec seeks to deal with client concerns
and claims promptly and fairly through its Practice & Risk Management group. This group also
regularly engages in project and claims reviews and is continually incorporating lessons learned into
our procedures, to reduce the chance of recurrence of similar claims.
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Team
Photo (top): Toronto Police Services 14 Division
Photo (bottom): Sackville Emergency Response Services and Town Hall Facility
Team Organization
Township of
South West Oxford
Fire Chief
Jeff VanRybroeck
Management Team
Project Architect
Principal-in-Charge
Tom Kyle
James Arvai
James Arvai
Tom Kyle
Project
Management
Support
Linda Bennett
Discipline Leaders
Site Lead
Krista Walkey
Kevin Fergin
Site Planning
Architectural
Lead
Tom Kyle
Interiors
Structural Lead
Paul Foy
Roberto Falcon
Mechanical Lead
Manuel Lolarga
Jaimie Handscomb
Krista Walkey
Kevin Fergin
Janet Gasparotto
Sustainability
BIM/Production
Matt Cable
Diana Visic
Landscape
Architecture
André Arseneault
Andrew
Wheelband
Steve Bendo
Jim Vafiades
Storm Water
Management
Angelo Ligotti
Electrical Lead
Kevin Fleming
Craig Dart
IT/
Communications
Syed Irfan Ahmed
Adam Behrendorff
Cost Consultant
Joe Pendleberry
(with RLB)
Rider Levett
Bucknall
Civil
Joe Harris
Peter Fitzgerald
LEGEND
Stantec
Sub-consultant
Italics designate Key Member Backup
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Proposed Team Roles and Responsibilities
All team members below are with Stantec unless otherwise noted.
James Arvai, OAA, AIA, NCARB
Principal-in-Charge (Toronto/Waterloo)
•• Responsible for overall quality of service to the Township
•• Provide project delivery methodology and workplan
•• Budgets and schedules
•• Provide and administer QA/QC program and risk management
Tom Kyle, OAA, MRAIC, LEED® AP
Project Architect (Toronto)
•• Leading overall architectural team to complete design and construction documents
•• Quality and coordination of project team’s work
•• Programming
•• Functional planning
•• Master plan
•• Concept/Schematic design
•• Day-to-day single point of contact
Linda Bennett
Project Management Support (Waterloo)
•• Contract administration and overall contract support
•• Design coordination of team’s work
•• Maintain communication site
•• Document control , and prepare and manage CA logs
•• Respond to RFIs
Krista Walkey, MCIP, RPP
Site Lead and Site Planning (Waterloo)
•• Master Plans, Official Plan amendments, Draft Plans of Subdivision, Zoning By-law amendments
and Site Plans
Paul Foy, P.Eng.
Structural Engineering Lead (Waterloo)
•• Leading structural team to complete design and construction documents
•• Foundations and waterproofing
•• Superstructure and slab on grade
•• Construction General Reviews
•• Coordinating and review of testing an inspection of structural elements during construction
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Manuel Lolarga, P.Eng.
Mechanical Engineering Lead (Waterloo)
•• Leading mechanical team to complete design and construction documents
•• HVAC, plumbing and drainage , fire suppression, Process equipment
•• Contribute to team’s sustainable design and energy reduction efforts
•• Assist owner to pre-qualify a list of mechanical contractors and suppliers
•• Perform site general reviews during construction works
Kevin Fleming, P.Eng.
Electrical Engineering Lead (Waterloo)
• Lead design team for all electrical systems including primary power, grounding, emergency power,
lighting, IT/Communications, Security
• Contribute to team’s sustainable design and energy reduction efforts
• Assist owner to pre-qualify a list of electrical contractors and suppliers
• Perform site general reviews during construction works
Janet Gasparotto, ARIDO, IDC
Interiors (Toronto)
•• Interior planning and design
•• Compile office and furniture standards
•• Select interior materials and finishes
•• Millwork
•• Furniture Fixture and Equipment
•• Audio-visual equipment
Matt Cable, M.Sc, P.Eng, LEED AP BD+C, CMVP®
Sustainable Design Specialist and LEED AP (Toronto)
•• Advise on sustainable design strategy and features
•• Management of LEED design, implementation, and certification process
Syed Irfan Ahmed
IT and Communications (Toronto)
•• Meet with the Township’s IT group to establish design standards and Township’s requirements
•• Present to the Township’s technical stakeholders for review and feedback at key milestones
•• Prepare outline specifications and cut sheets of technology and proposed equipment for
Township’s approval
•• Prepare specifications, and conduct general reviews during construction
Steve Bendo, OALA, CSLA, ISA Certified Arborist ON-1245A
Landscape Architect (Waterloo)
•• Design landscape
•• Select vegetation
•• Coordinate with the Township’s landscape architect and arborist for approvals
•• Construction contract administration and warranty support to ensure survivability of plants
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André Arseneault, OAA, MRAIC, B.A.S., M.Arch
BIM/Production (Waterloo)
•• Develop and deploy BIM execution plan
•• Maintain and coordinate drawing standards
Angelo Ligotti, P.Eng
Storm Water Management Specialist (Markham)
•• SWM design and report
Joe Harris, BES
Civil (Waterloo)
•• Leading civil team to complete design and construction documents
•• Site grading design
•• Site services
•• Paving and roads design
•• Coordinating and review of testing for inspection of earthworks during construction
Joe Pendleberry, PQS, MRICS
Cost Consultant – Rider Levett Bucknall (Oakville)
•• Provide Class cost estimates at key milestones as required in the RFP
•• Provide cost reconciliation between milestone estimates
On the following page, please find a breakdown of each key team member’s time expected to put into
the project. The key members efforts will be supported by an experienced technical support team
who will provide additional time on an as-needed basis.
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Methodology
Photo (top): Coral Springs Fire Station 71
Photo (bottom): Niagara Police College Centre for Excellence & Community Safety Studies
EMS Beachville Approach and Methodology
Stantec has long recognized the fact that capital building projects are inherently multi-disciplinary
projects and was an early adopter of the One Team solution. This standard multidisciplinary design
process model has evolved and matured at Stantec into the Integrated Design methodology that will
deliver the maximum value in the investment that will be made in your project.
The Integrated Design methodology is an evolution from the conventional design process which was
a linear process that involved team members only when essential. Decisions were made by a small
number of people with limited collaboration, especially in the early stages of a project. Disciplines
and subject matter experts worked in isolated silos with limited communication exchange. The client
was not given a voice in the process and was limited to exchanges with the Prime Consultant on the
final deliverables. To overcome the inherent limitations of the conventional design team methodology
(Architect as Prime Consultant with separate Engineering firms as sub-consultants), the Integrated
Design process is inclusive from the outset and brings the client immediately into the process as
an active participant. The entire design team influences decisions through an iterative process that
incorporates whole systems thinking which encompasses all of the clients concerns.
The Stantec Integrated Design process will integrate the actual users of the building into the
process as an active member of the team. As a key stakeholder and active team member, they
will be encouraged to participate and will be given an open and transparent forum to provide their
input based on their experiences and perspectives. Our Integrated Design Team will engage team
members with a formal, fulsome and structured user engagement process to clearly define the
project goals along with a fully developed functional program. They will review the outcomes and
deliverables with us as they are developed as an active participant, monitoring project progress with
us with experienced guidance from our design team. As a team participant, they will have a forum
for those informal exchanges with our project team thought leaders and subject matter experts to
support their exploration of the solutions being developed. Together, we will establish the goals for
this project, establish the clear and measurable objectives to support those goals, state the tasks
needed to meet those objectives and provide the deliverables to deliver a successful project.
Capital projects are challenging, often complex undertakings that require the management of scope,
schedule and cost. The value of an experienced core team to provide the necessary leadership and
guidance to this complex process cannot be overstated. The proposed Stantec team will provide that
guidance and leadership in an inclusive, collaborative management model where:
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All project stakeholders are informed with clear communication
Milestones are established and progress is constantly monitored
Project goals are coordinated and embedded in the process
The mechanics of Stantec’s design process model allow for both formal and informal interaction.
The informal synergies of the multi-disciplined team will creatively investigate solutions using the
full resources available to the team while the formal interaction creates a supportive framework to
support the disciplined efforts needed for pre-planning to ensure predictable outcomes. The formal
design framework will ensure that design decisions are made from a holistic viewpoint that includes
full analysis of true life cycle costs as well as operational and functionality impacts; all within the
context of creating a civic building that reflects the shared values of the EMS service.
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The initial capital costs will be continually examined as design decisions are made to stay within
established budgets. The shared vision of an innovative, efficient, ‘net-zero’ sustainable facility will be
examined with discipline and rigor through the formal process while the informal exchanges between
design team members and user stakeholders will promote and explore innovation and inventiveness
for all aspects of the project through the energized informal interactive and iterative process. While
the formal process is inclusive of the users and occupants of the facility, the informal exchanges will
actively encourage user input.
The Formal components of our integrated design approach consist of the following key components:
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••
••
••
Workplan
Stakeholder Communications Plan
Schedule
Risk Management Plan
Workplan
One of the cornerstones of that pre-planning, formal framework will be the custom developed and
deployed Project Work Plan, a key project and design management tool for planning, executing,
implementing and monitoring an ordered set of activities within a consulting context.
The Work Plan is a guiding document of the activities to support a logic framework within a specific
timeframe. While it reflects the project schedule, it is much more than a schedule. It will tag key
decisions and deliverables that require formal interaction between all stakeholders. The Work Plan
will identify the goals of the project as a series of connected objectives to be achieved, makes them
finite and verifiable, outlines an ordered strategy, and identifies the actions to be taken in order to
reach those objectives and complete the deliverable outputs.
The Work Plan is a ‘live’ document that is continuously updated and monitored. It serves as the
baseline document to track progress on tasks and identify issues. Our formal process will include
bi-weekly (more often if deemed necessary by the project team) update meetings. The update
meetings will monitor progress against the Critical Path Method schedules, provide a two week and
three month outlook on key milestones, identify and maintain an issues log, provide clarity on task
scope and ownership, monitor budgets and other project risks, and be the project record of design
decisions. The update meeting is also an open forum to work together to ensure the timing, quality,
and content of the project is in accordance with the overall project objectives.
Communication Plan
The stakeholders of any project need information to make informed decisions about their
undertaking. The Stakeholder Communication Plan will outline how the consultant team will
interface with all stakeholders, structured committees, and authorities in a transparent forum. In
order to distribute appropriate and adequate information about the project to all stakeholders in a
timely manner, we will be leveraging technology such as Sharepoint 2010 software for discussions,
document control and distribution, issues log, central contact database, project calendar acting as a
central repository of the most current version of all documents, all accessible with a browser, easy to
use by client stakeholders. The Communication Plan will include the protocols for effective meetings
and site visits where the purpose of any meeting or site visit is clearly identified in an agenda, any
associated meeting material is circulated in advance, and, meeting outcomes are fully documented.
It will contain the details of the type of information, the format, the venue, the required recipients who
will receive the information, as well as the timing of the distribution of information.
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Schedule
During the initial analysis of program requirements, the team will contribute to a detailed Project
Schedule that accounts for all major project activities. Work progress will be monitored on a bi-weekly
basis against the approved Project Schedule. We will identify completed and delayed activities, along
with mitigation measures and advice. Adjustments to the Preliminary Project Schedule (logic and
durations) and action on lagging activities will be taken to meet upcoming milestones.
The following requirements are essential to schedule development:
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Project Schedule requires the buy-in and mandatory commitment of the project team
Schedule requires the inclusion of ALL key milestones
Risk factors affecting individual activities will require monitoring and performance mitigation
measures
Make adequate provisions for Reviews and Approvals at all stages and key deliverables
Anticipate the need to adjust the duration and/or sequence of certain tasks due to greater clarity
or evolution of scope and client’s requirements; build-in reasonable allowances within each major
stage
Above all, the schedule must be realistic and achievable
This project schedule will be one of the first items to be validated by the entire project stakeholder
team. Establishing and validating an accurate, reliable, master design schedule for the project will
be a critical early activity. The schedule will be monitored continuously and updated regularly – this
enables schedule conflicts or concerns to be quickly identified and corrective action when necessary
to be initiated immediately. Maintenance of the project schedule and final milestone dates are keys to
this project’s success and Stantec will be committed to achieve those goals.
Risk Management
Our process also includes a Risk Management plan. Our team will employ a three-step risk
management approach that involves identifying, quantifying and responding to potential conflicts and/
or anticipated problems that can negatively influence the outcome of the project.
We work with clients to identify and list potential conflicts or problems (i.e., risks) that may impact
on the design, construction, capital cost, or operation of the facility. All project team members
and stakeholders are encouraged to participate in this process to solicit their input based on their
experiences and perspectives.
Once identified, risks are classified and grouped by source and assessed in terms of probability of
occurrence and severity of outcome. Impacts are typically measured in terms of how they affect cost,
schedule or quality, as well as the planning and implementation strategy for the project.
After risks are identified, we work with clients to develop effective risk management and control
strategies aimed at mitigating risk exposure and a Risk Management Plan (RMP) is established for
the project. This RMP forms part of the overall project procedures and defines responsibilities and
actions to be taken by various project participants in order to mitigate risk.
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Accurately identifying and quantifying project risks depends largely on the team’s design,
construction, and operating experience. To fully take advantage of the experience available within
our project team, we will hold a Risk Workshop to develop a Project Risk Registry containing a list of
detailed and specific project risks, the probability of the risk based on currently available information,
the cost impact of the risk if it occurs, and the management measures that may reduce the probability
or cost of the risk. Project risks encompass such things as the physical work, political, economic
and labor environment, and operations. The risks are tracked throughout the project and risk
management measures implemented as required to keep the project on schedule and budget. This
will lead to the most cost-effective and operationally efficient solution as a viable, predictable outcome
for your project.
Stantec has a formal quality management system in use across the organization which is registered
to the ISO9001:2000 Quality Management standard. The quality management system promotes
quality practices across the organization with the goal of:
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Eliminating or reducing the risk and consequences of design errors
Tested, reliable processes to create predictable results
Improving functionality and efficiency for our clients through design excellence
Promoting the quality, durability and reliability of the design outcome
Verifying regulatory compliance
Project planning including a strong focus on the management of risks and achievement of quality
on all major projects
Focusing on meeting the client’s needs with a formal process for gathering client requirements
Applying a structured quality assurance processes which include formal quality reviews and
internal peer reviews on project deliverables prior to issuance
Conducting internal practice audits to monitor compliance with our quality management system
Our practice area leader/Principal will ensure that our ISO 9001:2008 QA/QC requirements are
followed. Stantec employs a strict peer-review quality assurance (QA) program that begins at project
commencement and continues throughout the project.
The quality of our work is demonstrated by our long list of repeat clients and the number of delivery
orders we have been assigned as part of our work on retainer contracts. When we establish a
professional relationship with a client, we challenge ourselves to exceed client expectations.
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Relevant
Experience
Photo (top): City of Kamloops Aberdeen Fire Hall No. 7
Photo (bottom): DND Replacement Fire Hall at CFB Suffield
Photo: Sackville Emergency Response Services and Town Hall Facility
Stantec Architecture Ltd.
As a multi-disciplinary consulting practice, Stantec Architecture is a recognized innovator and
industry leader with significant expertise in civic facility design. The firm holds a fundamental
belief in the involvement of the client and users in the entire design process. As integral
members of the team, our clients contribute greatly to the energy and enthusiasm that produce
the highest quality work. A key characteristic of Stantec’s work is the uniqueness of each
design solution, achieved by beginning each design process without preconceptions.
Stantec started in 1954 as a one-person firm, and today, the Stantec community unites more
than 22,000 employees working in over 400 locations across North America and internationally.
This growth has been guided by four people: our founder, Dr. Don Stanley, and three CEOs
since Don: Ron Triffo; Tony Franceschini; and Bob Gomes. The board of directors presently
has nine members, the majority of whom are from outside Stantec. Stantec staff collaborate
across disciplines and industries to bring transportation, buildings, energy and infrastructure
projects to life.
Our core business is professional consulting in architecture, engineering, landscape
architecture, program and project management, planning, interior design, environmental
sciences, and project economics. We support our public and private sector clients at every
stage, from initial concept and financial feasibility to project completion and beyond.
Stantec’s work begins at the intersection of community, creativity, and client relationships.
From the initial planning stage through to design, construction and commissioning, we strive to
add value to each project by offering our clients a complete, creative process. We consistently
drive quality projects while meeting the program, budget and schedule. We also have a proven
track record of delivering designs that optimize the life-cycle of a facility and its processes
by understanding our client’s business and operational needs along with the site’s physical
conditions. We believe that the scope of our expertise and depth of our resources – combined
with our local strength and knowledge – make us particularly well-suited to provide prime
consultant services to the Township for this project.
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Select Recent Awards
• 2015 George Brown College, Waterfront Health Sciences Centre Campus (Electrical
Engineering) Canadian Green Building Awards (Sustainable Architecture and Building
magazine), Toronto, Ontario, Canadian Green Building Award, Toronto, Ontario
• 2015 Toronto Police Service - 14 Division Toronto, Ontario, Ontario Association of Architects
Awards, Honourable Mention - Design Excellence
• 2015 Forensic Services and Coroner’s Complex Toronto, Ontario, P3 Awards, Best
Designed Project – Gold
• 2015 Orleans Watermain Link Orleans, Ontario, Association of Consulting Engineering
Companies of Canada Awards of Excellence, Award of Excellence
• 2014 Evergreen Brickworks Toronto, Ontario, CaGBC Innovation in LEED Awards, New
Construction / Core and Shell
• 2014 Centre for Addiction and Mental Health - Phase 1B Redevelopment Toronto, Ontario,
P3 Bulletin Awards, Best Designed Project – Silver award
• 2014 Bridgepoint Active Healthcare Redevelopment Toronto, Ontario, Canadian Urban
Institute, Brownie Awards, REBUILD Excellence in Project Development: Building Scale
• 2014 Bridgepoint Active Healthcare Redevelopment Toronto, Ontario, Heritage Canada,
Ecclesiastical Insurance Cornerstone Awards for Building Heritage
• 2015 George Brown College - Waterfront Health Sciences Campus Toronto, Ontario,
Architectural
• 2014 Bridgepoint Active Healthcare Redevelopment Toronto, Ontario, Ontario Association
of Architects 2014 Awards, Design Excellence
• 2014 Toronto Police Service - 11 Division Toronto, Ontario, Royal Architectural Institute of
Canada, 2014 National Urban Design Awards, Certificate of Merit, Urban Architecture
• 2014 Bridgepoint Active Healthcare Redevelopment Toronto, Ontario, 2014 PUG Awards,
Paul Oberman Award - Adaptive Reuse and Heritage Restoration
• 2013 Ottawa MacDonald-Cartier International Airport, Runway 07-25 Ottawa, Ontario,
David Thompson National Geomatics Award, Innovation in Geomatics, Finalist
• 2013 Ottawa MacDonald-Cartier International Airport, Runway 07-25 Ottawa, Ontario,
David Thompson National Geomatics Award, Unusual Applications in Geomatics, Winner
Sub-consultant Corporate Profile and Experience
Rider Levett Bucknall (RLB) – Cost Consultant
Rider Levett Bucknall (RLB) is a leading professional property and construction consultancy
firm providing clients with independent, unbiased, and expert advice for all aspects of
management, feasibility, and cost and time of major construction projects, from project
conception and site acquisition to final completion and commissioning. Our primary goal
is to help our clients and their projects succeed. RLB’s expertise and wide array of project
management, cost management, and advisory services have enabled us to be one of the
most recognized leaders in the property and construction industry. RLB is the benchmark
for technical excellence in cost planning and cost management services. Our reputation as
an industry leader is based on our proven ability to continuously improve and enhance our
services and provide the best talent and expertise available.
Long standing relationships are our reward for a history of consistently exceeding our clients’
service and quality expectations. Our clients are local, regional, and multinational; they include
public and private owners, investors, architects, and engineers in all sectors ranging from
transportation, sports, and public assembly to hospitality, healthcare, and higher education.
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Tracing our roots back to 1785, RLB has become a truly global practice with over 3,500 staff
in more than 120 offices throughout Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, North America,
and Oceania. The success of these offices has made RLB one of the largest and most widely
experienced project management, cost management and advisory service firms in the world.
For 230 years, our professionals have been adding value by managing total project cost,
schedule, and risk while transforming projects into tangible assets.
History
Clare, Randall-Smith (CRS) was founded in 1969 by Colin Randall-Smith and C.C. ‘Bucky’
Clare to provide sound mechanical and electrical costing advice to a global client base of
owners, designers, engineers and contractors. In 2008 Joe Pendlebury acquired CRS and
combined his Architectural and Structural practice, Pendlebury Cost Consultants with CRS
to create CRSP COST Consultants, a fully integrated, multi-disciplinary cost consultancy. In
2014 Joe Pendlebury on behalf of CRSP joined Rider Levett Bucknall to form RLB|CRSP Cost
Consultants. As of January 1, 2016 the amalgamation of Clare Randall Smith Pendlebury
(CRSP) Cost Consultants and Rider Levett Bucknall was completed. Clare Randall Smith
Pendlebury Cost Consultants also known recently as RLB|CRSP Cost Consultants, is now
known legally as Rider Levett Bucknall (Canada) Ltd.
Professional Qualifications
Members of the Rider Levett Bucknall staff are trained and accredited according to the Canadian
Institute of Quantity Surveyors (CIQS) and the Royal Institute of Quantity Surveyors (RICS).
Our Services
Rider Levett Bucknall services clients throughout all phases of capital construction projects;
providing the following core services:
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Procurement Support
Contract Cost Administration
Contract Loan Monitoring
Cost Studies
Special Assessments
Project Value Management
Financial Risk Management
Dispute Resolution
Over 40 years we have accrued an extensive project database consisting of:
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Public/ Civic Buildings
Road and Highways
Bridges
Transportation
Commercial/ Industrial
Health Care
Education: Pre K- 12
Post-Secondary Institutions
Sports Facilities
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Sackville Emergency Response Services and Town Hall Facility
Sackville, New Brunswick (Completed: 2012)
LEED® Status
LEED Certified Silver
Project Description
The Town of Sackville had a unique request: to design a new municipal services building that
would house a new fire department (with vehicle bay) alongside both the local RCMP and town
hall. The challenge was to maintain a clear separation of the three functions while delivering
a cohesive building that also allowed for future growth, with the building set back dictated by
the Firehall apron. The stakeholders’ distinct requests were combined into a highly functional
building that will serve the Town of Sackville for many years to come.
The goal for this building was to provide a consistent appearance through the use of common
materials while still giving the new facility its own identity as an institutional building designed
to protect and serve the citizens of Sackville and area. This efficient, cost-effective hub for
municipal and protective services was designed to LEED silver certification and is 60% more
energy efficient than similar service buildings. The fire station includes space for truck bays and
the RCMP offices are spacious enough to accommodate both rural and municipal officers.
The sustainable design included rainwater storage to wash fire trucks, geothermal in-floor
radiant heat, abundant daylight using skylights, common use areas, green roof terrace, local
stone cladding, reed inspired architectural screen, public art installations and solar hot water
panels. The project was awarded the 2014 New Brunswick Lieutenant Governor’s Award of
Excellence in 2014.
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Photo: City of Kamloops Aberdeen Fire Hall No. 7
Fire Halls (Multiple)
Various, across Canada (Completed: 2012–2014)
Project Descriptions
City of Kamloops Aberdeen Fire Hall No. 7 (Kamloops, British Columbia)
Completed in 2012, the Aberdeen Fire Hall is a 1160sm facility situated next to a park, a
school, and located within a suburban neighborhood. The building features traditional red brick,
cream colored horizontal reveals, concrete lintels and arches over the three apparatus bays, a
balcony facing the street to hoist the flag, and generous setbacks to symbolize the role of the
institution and to fit it within the neighborhood.
Generous but very functional support spaces - kitchen, dormitory, lounge, and a rooftop patio
connect to the Hose Tower, and are centrally located around the stairway, fire-pole mezzanine
and apparatus bays to reduce the time it takes to respond to an emergency. A large training
room and Fitness room overlook the park and connect directly to training grounds.
Stantec designed the Aberdeen Fire Hall to integrate with its existing suburban setting while
maintaining the characteristic charm that is integral to a fire station. The traditional exterior
belies a highly functional interior containing all the necessities of a modern fire station.
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Photo: DND Replacement Fire Hall at CFB Suffield
DND Replacement Fire Hall at CFB Suffield (Ralston, Alberta)
The CFB Suffield Replacement Fire Hall project, completed in 2013, consisted of the
construction of a new fire hall complete with parking spaces to replace the existing building.
It included the demolition of the existing facility once the new fire hall was operational. The
design includes sustainable building features, and will meet the Department of National
Defence (DND) requirements for enhanced barrier-free access. Originally constructed in 1952,
the building had outlived its effective life expectancy, no longer meets building codes, or health
and safety requirements. Building and site functional spaces include:
• Administrative offices
• Kitchen
• Classroom
• Locker room
• Workshop
• Storage
• Vehicle storage bays
• Parking
Stantec also provided the following services to DND:
• Concept studies
• Construction implementation strategy
• Design Development
• Construction documents preparation
• O&M, and commissioning plan preparation
• Construction cost estimation
• Clarification during the tender stage
• Assistance to Defence Construction Canada (DCC) during the construction phase
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• General administration and design coordination throughout the work
Photo: Hay River Fire Hall
Hay River Fire Hall (Hay River, Northwest Territories)
In 2014, Stantec designed the Hay River Fire Hall to meet the present needs of the town
while allowing for future expansion to serve the community for years to come. The new facility
is a landmark, evoking community pride and attracting volunteerism. The project required
replacement of the outdated 40-year-old fire hall. The new facility was constructed on the
existing site. One of the main requirements was continued operation of the old facility as the
new one was under construction.
As a significant civic building, the town wanted input from the community on the design,
supporting the operational protocols of the fire department, while incorporating green building
principles. Stantec, the fire chief and town administrator co-hosted visioning sessions. These
round table discussions were held to ensure the construction of a building that would signify
the town’s commitment to safety and security for its residents. Sustainability was important to
the public, therefore the new fire hall was built using green building principles. The resulting
structure is a modern building that provides public gathering spaces and greater efficiencies for
fire department staff and volunteers.
Stantec provided architectural, interior design, structural engineering, landscape architecture
and energy modeling services. The fire hall was designed to shadow LEED requirements
through following the ‘Good Building Practices for Northern Facilities,’ energy modeling to
ensure optimum efficiency (50% higher than CBIP standard), day lighting, and strategic
material selection.
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Photo: Toronto Police Services 14 Division
Toronto Police Services – 11 Division & 14 Division
Toronto, Ontario (Completed: 2011–2012)
LEED® Status
LEED Certified Silver
Project Descriptions
For the Toronto Police Services 11 Division branch, stakeholders worked together to develop
an adaptive re-use strategy that retained the Edwardian Neo-Classical building and paired it
with a contemporary addition. The result was a cost-effective, sustainable and communityfocused law enforcement facility.
Some of the sustainability features that the Stantec team incorporated in the design were an
extensive green roof, geothermal energy system, grey water reuse, rain water harvesting,
water efficient landscape, and storage and collection of recyclables. The geothermal HVAC
system avoids extensive rooftop equipment and minimizes ductwork through the older portion
of the building. By working alongside residents, Stantec was able to design a building that
police needed and residents wanted in their community as well as refresh an historic landmark
with award winning design.
TPS 11 Division was awarded the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada 2014 National Urban
Design Awards (Certificate of Merit, Urban Architecture); the City of Toronto Urban Design
Awards, 2013 Award of Excellence (Public Buildings in Context); the 2013 Ontario Association
of Architects Awards (Design Excellence); and the 2012 American Institute of Architects,
Justice Facilities Review Awards (Award of Excellence: Merit).
Stantec also provided programming, architecture, interior design and civil engineering for
the TPS’ new 14 Division police facility. The division is located within a traditional downtown
Toronto residential neighborhood and includes 55,000 square feet of operational space built on
top of 65,000 square feet of underground parking.
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The project integrates into a tight urban residential community through a careful interplay of
public open space, discrete security zoning, materiality and scale. Recognizing the tight urban
site, the building footprint is kept to a minimum through vertical stacking of program. Staff
parking is accommodated on the lowest basement level; sallyport, detention, property storage
at the upper basement level; offices and public lobby at grade; and training, lunchroom, and
lockers at the second floor level.
TPS’ commitment to community policing and to “being a good neighbor” included the
participation of community representatives on the Design Committee, to bring community
concerns and interests to the core design approach. Key program elements include a
community meeting room, located near the main lobby, accessible for community use and a
large civic plaza, generously planted with trees.
The project is LEED® Silver certified and includes a number of sustainable design strategies
including a geothermal heating/cooling system, extensive green roof, irrigation cisterns, and
stormwater infiltration chambers. TPS 14 Division was awarded the 2015 Ontario Association
of Architects Awards (Honourable Mention - Design Excellence).
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Other Similar Projects
Below you will find details regarding additional relevant Stantec projects.
No. 8 Detachment, Niagara Regional Police Service
Grimsby, Ontario
Completion Year: 2010
Niagara Police College Centre for Excellence & Community
Safety Studies
Welland, Ontario
Completion Year: 2001
Town of Blackfalds Protective Services Building
Blackfalds, Alberta
Completion Year: 2011
Coral Springs Fire Station 71
Coral Springs, Florida
Completion Year: 2012
Winkler Fire and Rescue Services Building
Winkler, Manitoba
Completion Year: 2010
Port Colborne Fire Hall
Port Colbourne, Ontario
Completion Year: 2004
City of Saskatoon Fire Station Eight
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Completion Year: 2010
Cochrane Protective Services Centre
Cochrane, Alberta
Completion Year: 2007
Calgary Police Services Headquarters Masterplan
Calgary, Alberta
Completion Year: 2006
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Other Similar Projects (continued)
Forensic Services and Coroner’s Complex - Data Centre
Toronto, Ontario
Completion Year: 2013
Cross Lake Community EMS & Administration Building
Cross Lake, Manitoba
Completion Year: 2010
DND Electrical/Mechanical Engineering &Transportation Facility
Trenton, Ontario
Completion Year: 2009
RCMP Northern BC Headquarters
Prince George, British Columbia
Completion Year: 2001
Centennial College - Downsview Park Aerospace Campus
Toronto, Ontario
Completion Year: 2016
Marlkress Station #3 and Fire Administration Building
Cherry Hill, New Jersey
Completion Year: 2010
East Rail Maintenance Facility
Whitby, Ontario
Completion Year: ongoing
SMUD East Campus – Operations Center
Sacramento, California
Completion Year: 2013
RCMP Headquarters
North Vancouver, British Columbia
Completion Year: 2001
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Pioneering Change in the Design Industry
Over the last 20 years, Stantec significantly contributed to the shift of the North American green
building design movement from the fringes to the mainstream. As green building techniques
(green roofs, energy-efficient mechanical systems, LED lighting, chilled beams and solar power)
become the new norm, we see opportunity to continue to ask and rethink what sustainable
design means today.
With over 700 LEED Accredited professionals, we are making a difference for our clients and
communities. We have over 325 LEED certified projects in our portfolio (including 36 certified
Platinum) and another 360 projects in process which are targeting certification.
Architects and engineers have always been great problem solvers, but we strive to be more
than that: we aim to be instigators of change, leading by example. We’re looking and working
beyond LEED toward NET-ZERO solutions. Stantec has been a part of the design for the
following Net-Zero buildings:
Built, Measured Zero Net Energy
• National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), RSF- I – Golden, CO, 220,000 SF – LEED®
Platinum
• National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) RSF-II, Golden, CO , 140,000 SF – LEED®
Platinum
• Marin Country Day School, Marin, CA - 34,934 SF
Built, Awaiting Validation
• Sacramento Municipal Utility District EC-OC Campus (6 buildings) Sacramento, CA - 340,000
SF - LEED® Platinum
• Paul W. Crowley East Bay MET School, Newport, RI – 16,874 SF
Designed/In Design
• Salt Lake City District Attorney Office, Salt Lake City, UT – 105,000 SF (Designed)
• DMV, Inglewood CA (In Design)
• Centre for Sustainability Excellence, Waterloo, ON – 120,000 SF (In Design)
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References
Project
Reference Details
Sackville Emergency Response Services
and Town Hall Facility
Andrew Amos
Town of Sackville Project Manager
P: (902) 431-3663
Nicholas Psihramis
DND Project Manager
P: (613) 943-8824
E: [email protected]
Michael D. Ellis
Member OACP, IACP (Retired - former
Project Manager)
P: (905) 878-8784
E: [email protected]
DND Replacement Fire Hall at CFB Suffield
Toronto Police Services – 11 Division &
14 Division
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Project
Schedule
Photo (top): Marlkress Station #3 and Fire Administration Building
Photo (bottom): Port Colborne Fire Hall
ID
Task Name
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C.1 Project Management & process
project kickoff meeting
establish communication plan and
protocols (recurring update mtgs,
establish project schedule (milestones, task
durations, key deliverables)
establish work plan (tasks, issues, risks)
C.2 Design Phase
C2.1 facility program
user engagement mtg 1 (identify groups,
group functions, relationships, needs)
user engagement mtg 2 (map functional
needs to spatial relationship plans,
establish room data sheet for each
user engament mtg 3 (review of prelim
schematic plans, feedback)
prepare facility program report
C2.2 prelim design options
prepare 2 or 3 prelim site and building
design concepts
update selected option based on user
feedback
prepare presentation deliverables and dis
provide final presentation to stakeholders
C2.3 schematic design
prepare schematic plans, bldg system
reports, space summary
prepare ClassC cost estimate
update project schedule
evaluate schematic design against
funtional program report
C2.4 council presentation
precirculate presentation material and
agenda
present to council
approval of schematic phase
C.3 tender preparation
prequalify bidders
prepare detailed site design plans and specs
apply for required land use permits
obtain SPA
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prepare detailed bldg design plans/specs
50% complete
prelim Class A cost estimate
review 50% detailed design submission
with stakeholders
prepare detailed bldg design plans/specs
90% complete
update Class A cost estimate
review 90% detailed design submission
with stakeholders
prepare final 100% detailed design plans/sp
issue for tender
apply for bldg permit
obtain required bldg permits
respond to bidders RFI's, issue addendums
provide recommendation to Township on
bid results
Township awards construction contract
C.4 contract administration phase
constructor mobilizes on site
weekly site visit and field report
submittal reviews
biweekly Owner/Architect/Contractor
interface mtg
manage change order process
respond to RFIs
issue supplement information if needed
certify progress payments
monitor progress of work against project
schedule
confirm required testing and inspection
monitor commissioning activities
determine substantial performance and
issue certificate
Township occupies facility
prepare deficiency report and monitor
work to correct deficiencies
review closeout documentation
certify final completion
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prepare project record drawings
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Current Project Workloads
Stantec is fully committed to the success of this project. With approximately 300 buildings
professionals in our Toronto office (and another 2,000 in the GTHA), and based on our current
project workload, we are confident of our ability and capacity to successfully deliver this project to the
complete satisfaction of the Township and other key stakeholders.
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Fees and
Expenses
Photo (top): Winkler Fire and Rescue Services Building
Photo (bottom): City of Saskatoon Fire Station Eight
EMS Beachville Fee
Fixed Fee (including disbursements): $272,300.00
Hourly Rates:
Staff category
Hourly rate
Principal
$210
Licensed architect/engineer
$187
Senior associate
$151
Associate
$137
Senior technical staff
$121
Technical staff
$106
Administrative support staff
$89
Estimated upset cost for additional services:
For new construction, Stantec recommends to clients for this level of complexity and size to carry in their capital
budget a contingency of 7.5 percent. Please note that this is a conservative estimate; we often have projects that do not
have client directed changes in scope that additional services add under 3 percent.
Thus, a reasonable upset budget for additional services is $20,500.00
Fee breakdown:
Grouped by discipline scope
(see org chart)
Phase
C.1
C.2
C.3
C.4
C.5
Project Management
$3,850.00
$11,200.00
$9,200.00
$7,100.00
$1,320.00
$32,670.00
Site (civil, landscape, planning, SWM,
topo survey, geotech report)
$16,600.00
$17,080.00
$6,200.00
$1,400.00
$700.00
$41,980.00
Architecture (functional program,
building design, interiors, BIM, cost
consultant)
$4,500.00
$25,500.00
$27,300.00
$15,000.00
$1,500.00
$73,800.00
Structural
$1,500.00
$12,500.00
$13,500.00
$5,500.00
Mechanical (building systems,
sustainability)
$1,100.00
$16,600.00
$19,250.00
$6,500.00
$700.00
Electrical (bulding systems, IT/com)
$2,200.00
$16,200.00
$18,600.00
$9,000.00
$700.00
Fixed Fee (including disbursements)
Total
$33,000.00
$44,150.00
$46,700.00
$272,300.00
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Appendix A
Team CVs
Photo (top): Toronto Police Services 11 Division
Photo (bottom): Cochrane Protective Services Centre
James Arvai OAA, AIA, NCARB
Principal-in-Charge
James Arvai has 35 years of institutional building design and construction experience having successfully
completed over a thousand diverse commercial and institutional projects, providing him with a very broad
perspective and depth of expertise, from design process to implementation. James will be responsible for
overall project management and quality assurance for the entire project team, from the beginning to the end
of the assignment. James will work together with the multi-disciplined design team so that all aspects of the
project are reviewed, organized and resourced. Every aspect of the project will be structured with milestones,
processes and required deliverables.
Contingencies and alternative process strategies will be imagined as risks are assessed and managed. All of
James’ efforts will be directed to ensure that a quality product is delivered, coordinated with the right people,
and completed when required. James will be the principal in Charge, accessible and ready to answer any of
your questions or concerns. James’ depth of experience in sound building science is his underpinning of
evidenced based, client centered, efficient and functional design. His understanding of the process of bringing
the related project elements together as a project manager and design manager adds value to all the
projects he works on. His management experience is broadly based, developed over a long career, and allows
James to provide seasoned management of the process for your project
EDUCATION
Bachelor of Environmental Studies, University of
Waterloo - School of Architecture, Waterloo,
Ontario, 1975
Master of Architecture, University of Waterloo School of Architecture at Cambridge, Cambridge,
Ontario, 2009
Bachelor of Architectural Studies, University of
Waterloo - School of Architecture at Cambridge,
Cambridge, Ontario, 2005
REGISTRATIONS
Registered Architect #50220, National Council of
Architectural Registration Boards
Registered Architect #2362, State of Vermont
Registered Architect #016833, State of New York
Registered Architect #6074, Ontario Association of
Architects
MEMBERSHIPS
Member, National Trust for Historic Preservation
* denotes projects completed with other firms
Member, American Institute of Architects
AWARDS
1991 Master Builder Awards - Best of Category Schools, Gerald B. Edwards Training Centre
PROJECT EXPERIENCE
Municipal Facilities
Ellenburg Depot Fire Hall*
Ellenburg Depot NY
James was the Project Manager and Architect of record for a
replacement fire hall in the rural community of Ellenburg
Depot. The existing facility was not able to accommodate the
new fire fighting apparatus in size and failed to meet
environmental regulatory requirements. The new facility was
planned as an expandable facility in anticipation of functional
needs such as an emergency preparedness center that will be
operationalized in the future.
Essex Fire Hall*
Essex NY
The historic town of Essex NY situated on the Lake Champlain
required a new fire hall to accommodate new fire fighting
apparatus that did not fit into the existing historic structure.
The new facility, in addition to being functional, was required
to integrate into the historic fabric of the Town as tourism was
the primary industry.
Design with community in mind
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James Arvai OAA, AIA, NCARB
Principal-in-Charge
Hudson Town Hall*, Hudson, New York
James was the Project Manager and Architect of record for a
new Town Hall in Hudson. The Town had engaged another
firm originally but the bid result were not affordable. James
was tasked with providing a very cost effective design that still
had to meet the functional needs of the Town and met the very
limited funding available.
Newcomb Town Hall Additions and Renovations*,
Newcomb, New York
James was the Project Manager and Architect of record for a
major addition and renovation of the Newcomb Town Hall
brought about by major functional and funding changes by
the Town. James directed a series of user engagement sessions
and design charrettes to assist the Town with change
management that would be supported by the new facilities
provided to the users.
Clinton County Government Center Renovations*,
Plattsburgh, New York
James was the Project Manager and Architect of Record for
the renovations associated with establishing a new data centre
as well as the spatial reorganization of various departments to
improve efficiencies.
In addition to his role at the project program level, James
directed the architectural design solutions for three of the
buildings at the project level; namely, a 310,00 sq ft training
center, a new 33,000 sq ft dosimetry and wet lab, and a new
144,000 sq ft operations / maintenance / transportation
facility. The building design development process was based
on the continuation of the intense user engagement process
with all design decisions developed with continuous
stakeholder input.
Metrolinx - East Rail Maintenance Facility, Whitby,
Ontario (Architectural Lead (Bid Phase))
Stantec is the lead Design consultant for the new East Rail
Maintenance Facility (ERMF). Highlights of the project
include: site development, crew facilities, integrated
architectural and engineering design services, staff parking,
storm water management, landscaping, and storage areas.
The project consists of the design, build, finance, and
maintenance of a new LEED Gold GO Transit Commuter Rail
Maintenance Facility to be constructed on a 70 acre site in
Whitby to support GO Transit’s service and fleet expansion.
The ERMF will consist of approximately 500,000 sf of
building space as well as fuel storage and tracks. The project
includes buildings, site works, staff parking, track and future
electrification to support maintenance and storage of up to 22
twelve-car trains. Project Value: $859.2M
New GTA Operations Centre, Mississauga, Ontario
(Architect)
Facilities Engineering
Centre of Site Building Solutions Program, Bruce
Power Nuclear Facility, Tiverton, Ontario
(Architectural Discipline Leader and Project
Manager)
James was architectural discipline leader and Project
Manager for the multi –building construction program to
update the Center of Site (non-nuclear) buildings and
infrastructure. James developed the methodology to engage
all stakeholders in the design process through an intensive
user engagement process to build a solid foundation for
developing a fulsome project definition for each building.
James also developed a program of interactive workshops to
create a building standards document for Bruce Power as the
basis for building design decisions. As a member of the
leadership management team, James provided governance
over the quality assurance and risk management programs
for the building designs.
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James was the Architect of Record for the refit of an existing
2,800 s.m. building and 2.7 ha site. The facility is designed to
accommodate three (3) distinct operating groups including
transmission lines, fleet maintenance, and fleet administration
for up to ninety (90) personnel.
New Southwest Fleet Maintenance and
Transmission Lines Operations Centre, St. Thomas,
Ontario (Architect)
James was the Architect of Record for two new Hydro One
facilities in St. Thomas – each a distinct and separate project
with unique user requirements.
James Arvai OAA, AIA, NCARB
Principal-in-Charge
Phase I Capital Funding Projects, Cambridge,
Ontario (Architect)
James was the Architect of Record for a variety of fast-track
capital projects totaling up to $7-8M at the City of Cambridge
under the Infrastructure Stimulus Fund program. The project
Included upgrades at its main Public Works (PW) facility
valued at up to $4.2M, Galt Arena up to $2M, and two (2)
community pools up to $2M.
Corporate / Office
Charter Communications Operations Center*,
Plattsburgh, New York
James was the Project Manager and Architect of Record for
the renovations and additions associated with upgrading
facilities to support the Charter Communications transition
from a cable entertainment company to an internet focused,
communication company. The work included new storage
buildings and yard facilities, a data centre, a call centre, a
sales and point-of-sale transaction building and various
communication infrastructure structures such as
towers and satellite dish farms.
Clinton County Social Services Addition*,
Plattsburg, New York
Education
Board of Cooperative Educational Services*,
Plattsburgh, New York
Ausable Valley School District*, New York
Chazy Central School District*, New York
Putnam Central School*, New York
Crown Point Central School District*, New York
Willsboro Central School District*, New York
Essex County ARC - Training Facility for the Deaf*,
Port Henry, New York
K-12 Crown Point Central School - Main Buildling
Renovation - Accessiblity, Life Safety & Energy
Efficiency Upgrades*, Crown Point, New York
James was the Project Manager and Architect of Record for
the addition for CC Social Services to accommodate the
expansion of services and staff. The addition served as the key
off-stage ‘gathering space’ for stressed staff with amenities
such as an enclosed ‘contemplative garden’ courtyard and café
style lounges.
K-12 Crown Point Central School - Bus Repair and
Storage Facility*, Crown Point, New York
Clinton County Public Health Dept. Administration
Building*, Plattsburgh, New York
Paul Smiths College of the Adirondacks - Saratoga
Hall Mens Dormitory*, Paul Smiths, New York
James was the Project Manager and Architect of Record for
the renovations and additions associated with the
reconfiguration and spatial replanning of the County Health
Department as part of its major relocation to new facilities in
a historic courthouse. The project involved the unobtrusive
upgrading of HVAC systems, communication, AV, security
systems and lighting systems to Class A office space
standards.
Paul Smiths College of the Adirondacks - Culinary
Arts Teaching Center*, Paul Smiths, New York
Paul Smiths College of the Adirondacks Administration Building*, Paul Smiths, New York
Justice
US Border Patrol Station and Detention Center*,
Champlain, New York
Healthcare
Milton District Hospital Expansion Project – Planning,
Design, and Compliance Services, Milton, Ontario
(Senior Project Manager)
* denotes projects completed with other firms
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James Arvai OAA, AIA, NCARB
Principal-in-Charge
William Osler Health System – Etobicoke General
Hospital, Etobicoke, Ontario (Senior Project
Manager)
Halton Healthcare Services - New Oakville Hospital,
Oakville, Ontario (Senior Project Manager)
Saranac Lake Hospital*, Saranac Lake, New York
Lake Placid Hospital Renovations*, Lake Placid,
New York
Elizabethtown Community Hospital Renovations*,
Elizabethtown, New York
Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital Renovations*,
Plattsburgh, New York
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Tom Kyle OAA, MRAIC, LEED® AP
Project Architect / Architectural Lead
Tom Kyle offers over twenty years of architectural experience with special focus on education, high-security,
and laboratory facilities. Tom is motivated by the opportunity to understand each client’s unique operational
needs, and propose a range of potential solutions through a culture of teamwork. Tom leads a design process
that brings various stakeholders and departments together in common cause to improve the lives and
achievement of staff, students, and citizens.
Tom has extensive knowledge in all aspects of architectural services and carries the design objectives through
programming, design, contract documents, and contract administration. He applies his knowledge of
architecture to all scales of design from large-scale site planning down to the resolution of casework details.
Tom also has years of on-site construction review experience and frequently advises on technical coordination,
review of constructability, durability, sustainability, and phasing.
Tom is a regular speaker at peer conferences, including the American Institute of Architects (AIA-AAJ) and the
Royal Architectural Institute of Canada. He has led projects that have received several awards, including the
Ontario Association Award of Excellence, the RAIC National Urban Design Award, City of Toronto Green Design
Award of Excellence, the Canadian Interiors People’s Choice Award, The Canadian Association of Professional
Heritage Consultants Adaptive Reuse Project Award, and The Canadian Architect Award of Merit.
EDUCATION
Bachelor of Architecture, University of Toronto,
School of Architecture and Landscape Design,
Toronto, Ontario, 1993
MEMBERSHIPS
Registered Architect, Ontario Association of
Architects
2013 Toronto Urban Design Award of Excellence, 11
Division, Toronto Police Service
2013 Paul Oberman Award for Adaptive Reuse and
Heritage Restoration, 11 Division, Toronto Police
Service
2013 PUG People’s Choice Awards Honorable
Mention, 14 Division - Toronto Police Service
Member, Royal Architectural Institute of Canada
Accredited Professional, U.S. Green Building
Council
AWARDS
2013 Justice Facility Review, Forensic Services and
Coroner's Complex
2012 AIA/AAJ Justice Facilities Review, Award of
Excellence Merit, 11 Division, Toronto Police Service
2014 Royal Architectural Institute of Architects
National Urban Design Award, 11 Division, Toronto
Police Service
2007 Award of Excellence - City of Toronto Urban
Design Awards, 51 Division Police Station
2013 Ontario Association of Architects Award of
Excellence, 11 Division, Toronto Police Service
2007 Heritage/Adaptive Reuse - Outside of the Box
Award, 51 Division Police Station
2013 PUG People’s Choice Awards, 11 Division,
Toronto Police Service
2007 Ontario Association of Architects Awards Award of Excellence, 51 Division Police Station
* denotes projects completed with other firms
Design with community in mind
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Tom Kyle OAA, MRAIC, LEED® AP
Project Architect / Architectural Lead
2006 Canadian Interiors - People's Choice Award,
University of Toronto at Scarborough - Student
Centre
1993 Royal Architectural Institute of Canada - Gold
Medal
2006 Canadian Interiors - Best of Canada Design
Award, University of Toronto Student Centre,
Scarborough Campus
Justice
Hamilton Police Service – Investigative and Forensic
Facility, Hamilton, Ontario
2005 American Institute of Architects, Justice
Facilities Review - Certificate of Merit, 51 Division
Police Station
Halton Regional Police Service Headquarters Feasibility Study, Oakville, Ontario (Project
Architect/Manager), 2013
2005 Canadian Association of Professional Heritage
Consultants - Adaptive Reuse Project Award, 51
Division, Toronto Police Service
Toronto Police Service - 14 Division, Toronto, Ontario
(Project Architect / Manager)
2005 Green Toronto Awards - Award of Excellence,
University of Toronto at Scarborough - Student
Centre
2005 Ontario Association of Architects Awards Honorable Mention, University of Toronto at
Scarborough - Student Centre
2005 Pugly Awards - Best in Show, 51 Division,
Toronto Police Service
2004 Design Exchange, Master Builders Juried
Exhibit, Student Centre, University of Toronto at
Scarborough, Ontario
2004 National Post/ Design Exchange - Award of
Merit, University of Toronto at Scarborough Student Centre
2003 Canadian Urban Institute, Heritage/Adaptive
Reuse - Brownie Award, 51 Division Police Station
2001 Canadian Architect Awards - Award of Merit,
51 Division, Toronto
1993 American Institute of Architects - Gold Medal
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PROJECT EXPERIENCE
The new division is located within a traditional downtown
Toronto residential neighborhood and includes 55,000 square
feet of operational space built on top of 65,000 square feet of
underground parking.
Toronto Police Service - 11 Division, Toronto, Ontario
(Project Architect), 2009-2011
Client: Toronto Police Services Board
The 11 Division – Toronto Police Service building is exemplary
for its creative adaptive re-use of a former school. It is not
only a sensitive blending of the old and the new, but also a
well-balanced layering of heritage, solid and transparent
aspects, landscaping treatment and community integration.
Toronto Police Service - 51 Division, Toronto, Ontario
(Project Architect/Manager), 1997-2004
51 Division represents a significant shift in building typology
away from traditional law enforcement facilities with the
application of the community policing principles of
accessibility, visibility and neighborhood pride. The 47,000 SF
program includes secure administration, primary and
community response units, detention, criminal investigation,
forensic investigation, detention facilities, gym, staff support
spaces, a publicly accessible community room and exhibition
space.
Niagara Regional Police - No. 8 Detachment,
Grimsby, Ontario (Project Architect)
Client: Niagara Regional Police Service
Tom Kyle OAA, MRAIC, LEED® AP
Project Architect / Architectural Lead
OPP Modernization Project Design-Build Proponent,
Detachments / Forensic Identification Laboratories
/ Regional Command Centres, Ontario
Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul Facilities/ Fleet
Maintenance & Storage Facilities
Metrolinx - East Rail Maintenance Facility, Whitby,
Ontario (Project Architect), 2013-2015
Client: Metrolinx
Project Architect for the successful P3 bid for a new GOMetrolinx Train Maintenance Facility in Whitby. The project
includes an approximately 500,00 sq. ft LEED Gold building
for maintaining locomotives and coach cars, with potential for
future electrification.
Bruce Learning Centre, Tiverton, Ontario (Project
Architect), 2013-2018
Client: Bruce Power
Responsible for leading the design team, working closely with
user representatives in the development of a design approach
for a new 300,000 sf industrial training facility. The facility
includes operations training simulator rooms, several
classroom and offices areas, and a large industrial shop space
for technical training, mock-ups, repairs and maintenance.
Bruce Power LP - Operations and Maintenance
Facility, Tiverton, Ontario (Project Architect), 2013present
Client: Bruce Power LP
Responsible for leading the design team, working closely with
user representatives in the development of a design approach
for a new 150,000 sf operations and maintenance facility. The
overall project, the Centre of Site Building Solutions Program,
includes multiple new facilities and renovations to support
power generation and business needs. These buildings and
business functions include maintenance and operations,
warehousing, training, laboratories, pump houses, electrical
distribution and admin and support staff locations.
* denotes projects completed with other firms
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Linda Bennett Hon. B.Sc., CET
Project Management Support
With over 10 years of experience in the consulting field, Linda has had the opportunity to work on a wide variety
of projects including extensive portfolio work. In her present position as project coordinator, Linda integrates
with the client, works as a team member and carries a positive attitude that helps make every project a
success.
Linda has also worked in the environmental field as a site assessor and technician working in the
environmental/air quality area. Some projects she worked on included Phase I Environmental Site Assessments
(Phase I ESAs), asbestos assessments, indoor air quality assessments and designated substance surveys, as well
as industrial hygiene projects. Her involvement with these projects included field work, reporting, monitoring
and supervision of removal activities and the development of recommendations.
EDUCATION
Honours Bachelor of Science - Ecology, University of
Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, 1998
Diploma, Environmental Protection Technology,
Centennial College of Applied Arts and
Technology, Toronto, Ontario, 2004
REGISTRATIONS
Certified Engineering Technologist / Technician
#820231, Ontario Association of Certified
Engineering Technicians & Technologists
PROJECT EXPERIENCE
Environmental Site Assessments Phase I, II, III
Phase I Environmental Site Assessments,
Southwestern, Ontario (Site Assessor), 2007
Client: Astral Media
Phase I Environmental Site Assessments, Across
Alberta, Ontario, Manitoba and Saskatchewan
(Site Assessor), 2004-present
Client: Various
Phase I Environmental Assessments, Toronto,
Ontario (Site Assessor), 2007
Client: Ontario Realty Corporation (ORC)
Asbestos Consulting
Asbestos Abatement – Former Zellers Stores, Various
Locations, Southwestern Ontario (Technician), 2012
Client: Wal-Mart Canada Corp.
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Asbestos, Lead Based Paint, and Hazardous
Material (mercury, PCB) Assessments, Southwestern
Ontario, Ontario (Site Assessor), 2011-2012
Client: Target
Asbestos Consulting Services, Toronto, Ontario
(Technician), 2011
Client: Rekall Productions
Asbestos Consulting Services, Goderich, Ontario
(Technician), 2011
Client: County of Huron
Asbestos, Lead Based Paint, and Hazardous
Material (mercury, PCB) Assessments
Designated Substance Surveys, Southwestern,
Ontario, Ontario (Site Assessor)
Asbestos Assessment, Southwestern, Ontario (Site
Assessor), 2010
Client: Sifton Properties Limited
Asbestos Assessment, County of Wellington, Ontario
(Site Assessor), 2008-2009
Client: County of Wellington
Exposure Assessment
Occupational Hygiene Assessment for Silica and
Noise, Cambridge, Ontario (Technician), 2012
Client: Baumeier Corporation
Design with community in mind
Linda Bennett Hon. B.Sc., CET
Project Management Support
Groundwater Monitoring and Reporting
Groundwater Sampling and Monitoring,
Southwestern Ontario and GTA (Technician), 20072009
Client: Various
Indoor Air Quality Assessment
Indoor Air Quality Assessment - Scotia Bank Plaza,
Toronto, Ontario (Technician), 2012
Client: CB Richard Ellis Management Services
Buildings Mixed Use
Bruce Power LP – New Lab Construction Design,
Tiverton , ON (Project Coordinator)
Bruce Power LP – B29 HVAC Replacement and
Renovation Project Support, Tiverton , ON (Project
Coordinator)
Bruce Power LP – Program Development and
Schematic Design for Outage and Maintenance
Service (OMS) Operations, Tiverton , ON (Project
Coordinator)
Bruce Power LP – Centre of Site Building Solutions
Program, Tiverton , ON (Project Coordinator)
* denotes projects completed with other firms
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Krista Walkey MCIP, RPP
Site Lead / Site Planning
Krista is a Registered Professional Planner with diverse experience in both the public and private sectors. She
has acquired substantial experience authoring and implementing Master Plans, Official Plan amendments,
Draft Plans of Subdivision, Zoning By-law amendments and Site Plans.
Prior to joining Stantec, Krista’s experience includes strategic partnerships with the technology sector and the
Universities while with the City of Waterloo. She assisted both Universities with their liaison with the City and
provided assistance and support during their recent campus Master Planning exercises. Krista was project lead
in neighbourhood revitalization and improvement opportunities for districts surrounding the Universities. Krista
chaired the City of Waterloo Site Plan Committee for 7 years and has spoken on site planning at the Region of
Waterloo Reurbanization conference. Krista was involved in the development and implementation of
Corporate Strategic Plans and continuous improvement processes. While with the City, Krista was responsible
for bringing forward some of the largest developments and infill projects with engaged community support.
Since joining Stantec, Krista has authored Urban Design Briefs and Planning Justification Reports for key clients
and has represented clients during Council meetings, site plan processes and during Master Planning Exercises.
She is also leading policy formation for several municipal clients. Krista has extensive public participation and
facilitation experience. Her approach to project management emphasizes building relationships, an
integrated team and unique solutions.
EDUCATION
Municipal Building LEED certification*, Waterloo,
Ontario (Senior Planner), 2008-2010
Client: City of Waterloo
Bachelor of Arts (Geography), University of British
Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, 1991
City of Waterloo Development Planner*, Waterloo,
Ontario (Senior Planner), 1997-2011
Client: City of Waterloo
Leadership Waterloo Region, Waterloo, Ontario,
2010
MEMBERSHIPS
Member, CPTED Ontario, Crime Prevention Through
Environmental Design
Member, Registered Professional Planner (RPP),
Ontario Professional Planners Institute
Member, (MCIP), Canadian Institute of Planners
PROJECT EXPERIENCE
Land Use Development Planning
Development Applications, Region of Waterloo,
Ontario (Development Planner for Clients), ongoing
Client: Various
Macdonell High Rise, Guelph, Ontario (Senior
Planner), 2014
Client: The Tricar Group
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Master Planning / Urban Design
Franklin Boulevard Improvements, Cambridge,
Ontario (Senior Planner), 2012-2013
Client: Region of Waterloo
Waterloo Neighbourhood Land Use Study*,
Waterloo, Ontario (Senior Planner), 2010
Client: City of Waterloo
Community Institutional
Campus Master Plans*, Waterloo, Ontario (Senior
Planner), 2009-2010
Client: Wilfrid Laurier University and University of
Waterloo
Design with community in mind
Krista Walkey MCIP, RPP
Site Lead / Site Planning
University of Waterloo Northwest Campus District
Plan*, Waterloo, Ontario (Project Manager), 2009
Client: City of Waterloo
City of Waterloo Draft Official Plans*, Waterloo,
Ontario (Senior Planner), 2009-2011
Client: City of Waterloo
University of Waterloo - Research & Technology
Park*, Waterloo, Ontario (Senior Planner), 2002-2011
Client: University of Waterloo
Public Participation Consultation
Corporate Strategic Plan*, Waterloo, Ontario
(Senior Planner), 2007-2010
Client: City of Waterloo
Mixed-Use
Barrelyards Brownfield/Infill Redevelopment*,
Waterloo, Ontario (Senior Planner), 2008
Client: Silverlake Developments Inc.
Official Plans and Policy Planning
Source Water Protection Policy Development,
Guelph, Ontario (Senior Planner), 2011-2014
Client: City of Guelph
Studies and Evaluations*, Waterloo, Ontario (Senior
Planner)
Client: City of Waterloo
Redevelopment Planning, Waterloo / Cambridge /
Guelph, Ontario (Senior Planner)
Client: Various Cities
Wetland Policy and EIS Guidelines, North Bay,
Ontario (Senior Planner), 2012-2013
Client: North Bay Mattawa Conservation Authority
Environmental Impact Statement Review and
Policy Formation*, Waterloo, Ontario (Senior
Planner), 2010
Client: City of Waterloo
Environmental Sensitive Landscape Policy, Regional
Municipality of Waterloo*, Kitchener-Waterloo,
Ontario (Senior Planner), 2009
Client: Region of Waterloo
* denotes projects completed with other firms
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Paul Foy P.Eng.
Structural Engineering Lead
Balancing organization, communication, and interpersonal skills are Paul’s strengths. He looks at every structural
design as a challenge, and accepts with great enthusiasm. It’s what motivates Paul to deliver his very best,
every time.
Paul’s designs are thorough. His ideas are practical. And, his structures are sustainable. In addition to industrial,
environmental, and institutional structural design projects, he’s completed structural inspections, assessments,
and reviews.
Over the course of his 18-year career, Paul has become adept at coordinating various disciplines such as
architecture, structural, mechanical and electrical engineering. A necessary skill to ensure designs can be
accommodated.
Paul’s aptitude extends beyond his sound technical and analytical knowledge. He uses skills to effectively
address his clients’ needs, whether it’s a conference call to discuss a new building foundation design that will
reduce construction costs or meeting with the design team to optimize equipment locations. Always ready to
provide valuable input, Paul is a desired addition to any design team.
EDUCATION
Bachelor of Engineering Science, Civil Engineering,
University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, 1996
REGISTRATIONS
Professional Engineer, Professional Engineers
Ontario
PROJECT EXPERIENCE
Maintenance Facilities
Hydro One Networks Inc. – Belleville Operations
Centre, St. Thomas, Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: Hydro One Networks Inc.
Hydro One Networks Inc. - New Southwest Fleet
Maintenance and Transmission Lines Operations
Centre, St. Thomas, Ontario (Project Engineer /
Lead Structural Engineer)
Client: Hydro One Networks Inc.
Grand River Transit - Maintenance Garage,
Kitchener and Cambridge, Ontario (Structural
Engineer)
Client: Grand River Transit
* denotes projects completed with other firms
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Greyhound Canada Transportation Corp. Maintenance Garage, Toronto, Ontario (Project
Engineer)
Client: Greyhound Canada Transportation Corp.
Manufacturing / Industrial Engineering
FedEx - Freight Distribution Facility, Windosr, Ontario
(Project Engineer)
Client: FedEx
Forefront Innovative Technologies – Project Apollo,
Cambridge, Ontario (Structural Engineer)
Client: Forefront Innovative Technologies
Forefront Innovative Technologies – Project Apollo
(continued), Cambridge, Ontario (Structural
Engineer)
Client: Forefront Innovative Technologies
Husky Injection Molding Systems Ltd. - Structural
Design, Bolton, Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: Husky Injection Molding Systems Ltd.
iFire Technologies - Structural Design, Etobicoke,
Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: iFire Technologies
Design with community in mind
Paul Foy P.Eng.
Structural Engineering Lead
MTD Products Ltd. - Warehouse Expansion,
Kitchener, Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: MTD Products Ltd.
Owens Corning - Structural Modifications, Guelph,
Ontario (Structural Engineer)
Client: Owens Corning
Military Infrastructure
Department of National Defence - CFSATE Aircraft
Refinishing Facility Building A-243, CFB Borden,
Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: Department of National Defence
Department of National Defence - Armories
Structural Design, Simcoe and Chatham, Ontario
(Project Engineer)
Client: Department of National Defence
Automotive
Jefferson Elora Corporation - Structural Design,
Elora, Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: Jefferson Elora Corporation
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc.- Loading
Dock Leveler Replacement, Cambridge, Ontario
(Project Engineer)
Client: Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc.
Jefferson Elora Corporation - 2013 Interior
Renovation, Elora, Ontario (Project Engineer), 2013
Client: Jefferson Elora Corporation
General Motors of Canada Limited - Building
Addition, Oshawa, Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: General Motors of Canada Limited
Confidential Tire Manufacturer - Building
Modifications, Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: Confidential Client
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc. Reusable Steel Racks Standardization, Cambridge,
Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc.
Cambridge
Sterling Truck Corporation - Building Expansion, St.
Thomas, Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: Sterling Truck Corporation
Cement / Aggregates
Lafarge North America Inc. - Foundation Design,
Woodstock, Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: Lafarge North America Inc.
Carmeuse - Dust Collector, Beachville, Ontario
(Project Engineer)
Client: Carmeuse
Lehigh Cement Company - D Silo, Leeds, Alabama
(Structural Engineer)
Client: Lehigh Cement Company
St. Marys Cement Inc. - Dust Collector, St. Marys,
Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: St. Marys Cement Inc.
Chemicals & Polymers
Chemtura Canada Company CIE - Structural
Design, Elmira, Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: Chemtura Canada Company CIE
Education
Waterloo Region District School Board - Linwood
Public School, Linwood, Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: Waterloo Region District School Board
Facilities Engineering
Sun Life Financial Inc. - Generator Installation,
Waterloo, Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: Sun Life Financial Inc.
* denotes projects completed with other firms
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Paul Foy P.Eng.
Structural Engineering Lead
City of Cambridge - Waste Management Facility,
Cambridge, Ontario (Structural Engineer)
Client: City of Cambridge
Chicopee Snow Tube Park - Maintenance Buildings,
Kitchener, Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: Chicopee Snow Tube Park
CB Richard Ellis Canada - IBM Manufacturing
Centre Refit, Markham, Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: CB Richard Ellis Canada
Galt Country Club - Structural Design, Cambridge,
Ontario (Structural Engineer)
Client: Galt Country Club
Ministry of Transportation - Highway 69 Patrol Yard
at Highway 637 Interchange - Design Build Project,
Sudbury, Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: Ministry of Transportation
Steel & Metals
U.S. Steel Canada Inc. - Erie Works, Nanticoke,
Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: U.S. Steel Canada Inc.
City of Cambridge - Phase I Capital Funding
Projects, Cambridge, Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: City of Cambridge
Telecommunications
TELUS Mobility (formerly ClearNet) - Cellular Site
Surveys, Multiple Locations, Canada (Structural
Engineer)
Client: TELUS Mobility
Confidential Client - Truck Loading Expansion,
Kitchener, Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: Canada Post Corporation
Nav Canada - Structural Design, London, Ontario
(Project Engineer)
Client: Nav Canada
Power Transmission & Distribution
Detweiler Transformer Station, Kitchener, Ontario
(Project Engineer)
Town of Kirkland Lake - Transformer Station, Kirkland
Lake, Ontario (Structural Engineer)
Client: Town of Kirkland Lake
Sports, Recreation & Leisure
City of Cambridge - Johnson Pool, Cambridge,
Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: City of Cambridge
City of Brampton - Lacrosse Rink, Brampton, Ontario
(Project Engineer)
Client: City of Brampton
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Group Telecom - Structural Assessment, Kitchener,
Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: Group Telecom
Wastewater
Trojan UV Pilot Facility – Greenway Pollution Control
Centre, London, Ontario (Project Engineer)
Greenbrook Wastewater Treatment Plant,
Kitchener, Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: Greenbrook Wastewater Treatment Plant
Georgian Villas Inc. - Wastewater Treatment Plant,
Georgian Bluffs, Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: Georgian Villas Inc.
New Hamburg Wastewater Treatment Plant, New
Hamburg, Ontario (Structural Engineer), 2001
Client: New Hamburg Wastewater Treatment Plant
Baden Wastewater Pumping Station, Ontario
(Project Engineer), 2000
Client: Baden Wastewater Pumping Station
Paul Foy P.Eng.
Structural Engineering Lead
Water
New Dundee Water Treatment Plant, Ontario
(Project Engineer)
Canadian Solar Solutions Inc. (Seimens Canada
Ltd.), Thunder Bay, Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: Canadian Solar Solutions Inc.
Clair Tower Booster Pumping Station, Guelph,
Ontario (Project Engineer)
Municipal Pumping Stations, Carlisle and Carter
Wells, Ontario (Project Engineer)
Rose Street Pumping Station, Ayr, Ontario (Project
Engineer)
Client: Rose Street Pumping Station
Lower Hidden Valley Pumping Station, Ontario
(Project Engineer)
Client: Lower Hidden Valley Pumping Station
Region of Waterloo - Zone 4, 5 and 6 Pumping
Station Upgrade and Expansion, Kitchener, Ontario
(Project Engineer)
Client: Region of Waterloo
Municipal Pumping Stations, Preston Meadows and
Stoufville, Ontario (Project Engineer)
Morningside Pumping Station, New Hamburg,
Ontario (Structural Engineer)
Client: Morningside Pumping Station
City of Brantford - Water Pollution Control Plant,
Brantford, Ontario (Structural Engineer)
Client: City of Brantford
Renewable Energy, Solar
Penn Energy Renewables Ltd.- Renewable Energy
Solar Farms, Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: Penn Energy Renewables Ltd.
PCL Constructors Canada Inc. - Renewable Energy
Solar Farms, Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: PCL Constructors Canada Inc.
* denotes projects completed with other firms
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Manuel Lolarga P.Eng.
Mechanical Engineer Lead
Manuel is a detailed-driven professional engineer with over 10 years of experience in the fields of mechanical
engineering design, analysis, auditing, and management of industrial and manufacturing facilities. He is
experienced working with diverse clients representing the automotive, food and beverage, pharmaceutical,
mining, and commercial industries.
As a team lead for the mechanical design team, Manuel brings a strong depth of knowledge relative to
process, HVAC, and mechanical engineering. He evaluates, designs, and manages a wide range of services
including studies and design of utility and process systems. These systems involve process water, steam,
compressed air, mechanical piping systems, plumbing, fire protection, and process ventilation systems for
welding, vehicle exhaust, and various process exhaust from hazardous substances.
Leveraging strong written communication and AutoCAD and Revit drafting skills, Manuel is a motivated and
positive minded individual with the ability to interact productively as a team player.
EDUCATION
Bachelor of Applied Science, Mechanical
Engineering, University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario,
2002
Conference Staff Kellogg Center, Industrial
Ventilation Conference (ACGIH), Lansing,
Michigan, 2006
Technical Development Program, Carrier
Corporation, Brampton, Ontario, 2010
Steam Seminar, Preston Phipps, Saint-Laurent,
Quebec, 2013
Revit Architectural Fundamentals, Conestoga
College, Cambridge, Ontario, 2014
REGISTRATIONS
Professional Engineer #100153216, Professional
Engineers Ontario
MEMBERSHIPS
Professional Engineer, Professional Engineers
Ontario
PROJECT EXPERIENCE
Facilities Engineering
Esso - Imperial Oil Limited (IOL) - Complex 'E' HVAC
Upgrade, Sarnia, Ontario (Mechanical Engineer)
Client: Esso - Imperial Oil Limited (IOL)
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Go Transit - East Rail Maintenance Facility (ERMF),
Whitby, Ontario (Mechanical Engineer)
Client: Go Transit
Irving Tissue - Exhaust Stack Modifications, Toronto,
Ontario (Mechanical Engineer)
Client: Irving Tissue
Modatek Systems - UF and W3 Welding Line
Ventilation Study, Milton, Ontario (Mechanical
Engineer)
Client: Modatek Systems
Walmart Corget Program –Renovation’/Expansion
Project, Canada (Lead HVAC Mechanical
Engineer)
Esso - Imperial Oil Limited (IOL) – Complex ‘D’ and
‘E’ HVAC Assessment, Sarnia, Ontario (Mechanical
Engineer)
Esso - Imperial Oil Limited (IOL) – Admin 1&2, Mtc
Shop Ventilation Assessment, Nanticoke, Ontario
(Lead Mechanical Engineer)
Walmart Corget Program – Retrofit / Renovation
Project, Canada (Lead HVAC Mechanical
Engineer)
Client: Walmart
Design with community in mind
Manuel Lolarga P.Eng.
Mechanical Engineer Lead
Sun Life Financial Inc. – Electrical Enhancement,
Waterloo, Ontario (Lead Mechanical Engineer),
2011
Client: Sun Life Financial Inc.
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc. – South
Admin AC20 HVAC Assessment, Cambridge,
Ontario (Mechanical Engineer)
Client: Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc.
3M Canada Inc. - Calendar Process Heater
Replacement Design, London, Ontario
(Mechanical Engineer), 2011
Client: 3M Canada Inc.
Ford Motor Company Canada, Limited - Windsor
Engine and Essex Engine Plant*, Windsor, Ontario
(Co-op Term – Process/Quality Engineer)
Client: Ford Motor Company Canada
Waterloo Region District School Board - Backflow
Prevention and Cross Connection Re-Survey,
Kitchener, Ontario (Mechanical Engineer / Surveyor
/ Inspector), 2010
Client: Waterloo Region District School Board
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc. - Test
Track Facility HVAC Upgrade, Cambridge, Ontario
(Lead Mechanical Engineer)
Client: Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc.
Forefront Innovative Technologies, Cambridge,
Ontario (Mechanical Engineer), 2010
Client: Forefront Innovative Technologies
Hydro One Networks Inc. - Kenderry Gate
Renovations and Expansion, Mississauga, Ontario
(Mechanical Engineer), 2010
Client: Hydro One Networks Inc.
City of Cambridge - Johnson Pool Renovation,
Cambridge, Ontario (Mechanical Engineer), 2011
Client: City of Cambridge
Canderel Management - 777 Bay Street Boiler
Replacement and Humidification, Toronto, Ontario
(Mechanical Engineer), 2011
Client: Canderel Management
Judricks Enterprise*, Windsor, Ontario (Co-op Term
Machine Operator), 1999
Client: Judricks Enterprise
Automotive
Ford Motor Company Canada, Limited*, Windsor,
Ontario (Process / Quality Engineer)
Client: Ford Motor Company Canada
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc. - South
North Weld Shop Ventilation Study, Cambridge,
Ontario (Lead Mechanical Engineer)
Client: Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc.
Chrysler Canada Inc. - CS 2003 Pacifica Launch*,
Windsor, Ontario (Process and Ventilation Project
Engineer)
Chrysler Motors LLC - Toluca Assembly Plant*,
Toluca, Mexico (Process and Ventilation Project
Engineer)
Chrysler Motors LLC - WK/XK Launch*, Detroit,
Michigan (Process and Ventilation Project
Engineer)
Chrysler Canada Inc. - LX 2004.5 Launch*,
Brampton, Ontario (Process and Ventilation Project
Engineer)
Chrysler Canada Inc. - RS 2005 SnG Minivan
Launch*, Windsor, Ontario (Process and Ventilation
Project Engineer)
Chrysler Motors LLC - RS SnG 2005 Launch*, St. Louis,
Missouri (Process and Ventilation Project Engineer)
* denotes projects completed with other firms
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Manuel Lolarga P.Eng.
Mechanical Engineer Lead
Ford Motor Company - Econoline Consolidation*,
Avon Lake, Ohio (Process and Ventilation Project
Lead Engineer)
Ford Motor Company Canada, Limited*, Windsor,
Ontario (Process / Quality Engineer), 2000-2001
Client: Ford Motor Company Canada, Limited
Chrysler Motors LLC - 2007 KA/KK Launch*, Toledo,
Ohio (Process and Ventilation Project Engineer)
Power Transmission & Distribution
Bruce Power - Centre of Site Building Solutions
Program Requirements Definition, Tiverton, Ontario
(Lead Mechanical Engineer)
Client: Bruce Power
Chrysler Canada Inc. - 2008 RT Vehicle Launch,
Windsor, Ontario (Process and Ventilation Project
Engineer)
Chrysler Motors LLC - 2008 RT Launch*, St. Louis,
Missouri (Process and Ventilation Project Lead)
Chrysler Motors LLC - 2009 DS Launch*, St. Louis,
Missouri (Process and Ventilation Project Lead)
Chrysler Motors LLC - 2009 DS Launch*, Warren,
Michigan (Process and Ventilation Project Lead)
Chrysler Canada Inc. - AB Myr Final Line
Ventilation*, Windsor, Ontario (Process and
Ventilation Project Engineer)
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc. – Rav4
2013 Model Launch, Woodstock, Ontario (Project
Manager)
Client: Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc.
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc. – Fire
and Domestic Water Service Replacement,
Scarborough, Ontario (Mechanical Engineer), 2012
Client: Toyota Motor Corporation
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc. – Fuel Oil
Storage Tank Variance Applications, Cambridge,
Ontario (Mechanical Engineer), 2012
Client: Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc.
Cambridge
* denotes projects completed with other firms
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Mining Engineering and Studies
BHP Billiton Jansen Project – Potash Ventilation –
New Collar House, Saskatchewan (Mechanical
Engineer)
Barrick Gold Corporation – Mine Water Ventilation
Heat Recovery, Hemlo, Ontario (Mechanical
Engineer)
Kevin Fleming P.Eng.
Electrical Engineering Lead
Kevin is a Designated Consulting Engineer with more than 22 years of experience. He currently leads a team of
Electrical Engineers and Technologists in Stantec's Buildings group. Throughout his career, Kevin has developed
a proficient knowledge of electrical design requirements for a diverse range of facility types. He has significant
experience in power system design including primary distribution systems, substations, related equipment
protection systems, stand-by power generation, UPS systems, and metering.
Kevin is also adept in the design of specialty systems such as security, access control, closed circuit television,
and fire alarm systems for large corporate facilities.
He has designed lighting systems for a wide variety of applications including roadway, arenas, landscape,
offices, and boardrooms. Kevin is familiar with the application of the latest codes affecting electrical
installations. He is responsible for overseeing the preparation, assembly, and execution of the electrical
drawings and specifications, as well as providing site inspections, systems commissioning, and building
evaluations.
EDUCATION
The Vannatter Group, Inc., Ontario (Project
Manager)
Client: The Vannatter Group, Inc.
REGISTRATIONS
Kaufman Footwear*, Kitchener, Ontario (Project
Engineer), 2005
Client: Kaufman Footwear
Professional Engineer #90393828, Professional
Engineers Ontario
National Steel Car - Primary Electrical Service
Replacement, Hamilton, Ontario (Electrical
Consultant)
Client: National Steel Car
Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering,
Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, 1992
Designated Consulting Engineer, Professional
Engineers Ontario
AWARDS
2006 Grand Valley Construction Association Award
of Excellence, Six Nations Community Centre
PROJECT EXPERIENCE
Justice
Kingston Penitentiary Correctional Institution*,
Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: Kingston Penitentiary Correctional Institution
Manufacturing / Industrial Engineering
National Steel Car, Hamilton, Ontario (Electrical
Consultant), 2003-2005
Client: National Steel Car
* denotes projects completed with other firms
Community Institutional
Bank of Montreal Financial Group*, Montreal,
Quebec (Project Engineer)
Client: Bank of Montreal Financial Group
Corporate / Office
Geosign - Data Center Power Distribution, Guelph,
Ontario (Project Engineer), 2007
Client: Geosign
Sun Life Financial Inc. - Feasibility Study, Waterloo,
Ontario (Project Manager / Engineer)
Client: Sun Life Financial Inc.
Design with community in mind
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Kevin Fleming P.Eng.
Electrical Engineering Lead
Sun Life Financial Inc. - Disaster Recovery Area,
Ontario (Project Manager / Engineer)
Client: Sun Life Financial Inc.
City Centre Plaza Tenant Improvements, Ontario
(Project Manager / Engineer)
Client: City Centre Plaza
Meridian Credit Union - Data Center Investigation,
Ontario (Project Manager / Engineer), 2006
Client: Meridian Credit Union
Group Telecom, Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: Group Telecom
The Economical Insurance Group - Office
Renovation, Waterloo, Ontario (Project
Manager/Engineer)
Client: The Economical Insurance Group
Sun Life Financial Inc. - Office Renovation,
Waterloo, Ontario (Project Manager / Engineer),
2003
Client: Sun Life Financial Inc.
Sun Life Financial Inc. - Uninterruptable Power
Supply (UPS) System Expansion, Waterloo, Ontario
(Project Manager / Engineer), 2004
Client: Sun Life Financial Inc.
Sun Life Financial Inc. - Back-Up Generation,
Ontario (Project Manager / Engineer)
Client: Sun Life Financial Inc.
Gore Mutual Life - Building Addition*, Ontario
(Project Engineer)
Client: Gore Mutual Life
Crawford Adjusters Canada - Building Addition*,
Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: Crawford Adjusters Canada
Manulife Financial*, Waterloo, Ontario (Project
Engineer)
Client: Manulife Financial
Sun Life Financial Inc. - Parking Lot Lighting and
Security*, Waterloo, Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: Sun Life Financial Inc.
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Arvato - Call Center, Kitchener, Ontario (Project
Engineer), 2006
Client: Arvato
Sun Life Financial Inc. - Power Generation Facility,
Waterloo, Ontario (Project Manager / Engineer)
Client: Sun Life Financial Inc.
Military Infrastructure
Chatham Armoury - Electrical System, Chatham,
Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: Department of National Defence
Power Transmission & Distribution
Toronto Hydro Civil and Electrical Infrastructure
Projects, Toronto, Ontario, Toronto, Ontario (Project
Manager/Engineer)
Client: Toronto Hydro
Roadways
MTO Preliminary/Detail Design Assignments, Ontario
(Project Engineer)
Client: MTO
City of Guelph - Gordon / Norfolk Street Lighting
Upgrades, Guelph, Ontario (Project Engineer), 2010
Client: City of Guelph
Janet Gasparotto ARIDO, IDC
Senior Interior Designer
Janet is an Associate and Senior Interior Designer at Stantec with over 30 years of experience in the field of
interior design. Janet’s expertise is in corporate workplace design, workplace strategy and corporate training
and classroom facilities. Notably, Janet completed a three-year service agreement with Infrastructure Ontario,
facilitating their Real Estate Transition Strategy for all corporate space in the GTA. In this capacity, Janet
developed new workplace Guidelines for the Ontario Government and completed close to 1,000,000 SF of
programming, schematic design and design development for many Ministries. Janet has serviced a variety of
both public and private sector clients as part of an integrated multi-disciplinary team. She advocates and
facilitates an open, collaborative approach in all phases of project development and believes that design is
first and foremost the business of effective communications, as well as organizational transition creation and
management.
EDUCATION
Bachelor of Fine Art, Ontario College of Art &
Design, Toronto, Ontario, 2008
Bachelor of Interior Design (Honours), University of
Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, 1978
MEMBERSHIPS
Member, Interior Designers of Canada
PROJECT EXPERIENCE
Justice
York Regional Police #3 District, Ontario (Senior
Interior Designer)
Needs Assessment, Feasibility Study and Implementation.
York Region Fire Services (Senior Interior Designer)
Feasibility Study.
North Bay Police Headquarters, North Bay, Ontario
(Programmer)
Registered Interior Designer, Association of
Registered Interior Designers of Ontario
Facility Needs Assessment Study.
AWARDS
Niagara Regional Police - 1 District Facility, St.
Catharines, Ontario (Senior Interior Designer)
1996 Bronze Award, ARIDO Awards of Excellence,
Helyar & Associates Head Office
2001 Award of Merit - Canadian Architect, 51
Division Police Station
2005 Best in Show - Pugly Awards, 51 Division Police
Station
2005 Certificate of Merit - American Institute of
Architects - Justice Facilities Review, 51 Division
Police Station
2007 Ontario Association of Architects Awards Award of Excellence, 51 Division Police Station
* denotes projects completed with other firms
Toronto Police Service - 14 Division, Toronto, Ontario
(Interior Designer), 2012
Public Safety Building (Police, Fire, 911 Call Centre),
Brandon, Manitoba (Programmer / Senior Interior
Designer)
Halton Regional Police Headquarters, Ontario
(Senior Interior Designer)
Halton Regional Police – Programming and
Feasibility Study, Ontario (Senior Interior Designer)
Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
Canada - Office Building Addition, Ottawa, Ontario
(Senior Interior Designer / Programming)
Design with community in mind
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Janet Gasparotto ARIDO, IDC
Senior Interior Designer
RCMP E Divisional Headquarters, Surrey, British
Columbia (Programmer), 2009
Ministry of Natural Resources, Community and
Social Services and Energy (Senior Interior Designer)
Needs Assessment, Feasibility Study and Schematic Design
Ontario Provincial Police Headquarters, Orillia,
Ontario (Programmer / Senior Interior Designer),
1995
Client: Ontario Provincial Police
Paul, Weiss Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP (Senior
Interior Designer)
No. 8 Detachment, Niagara Regional Police
Service, Grimsby, Ontario (Interior Designer /
Programming), 2010
Infrastructure Ontario, Ministry of Labour, Ministry of
Energy, Ministry of Natural Resources, Ministry of
Labour and Ministry of Municipal Affairs and
Housing, Ontario (Team Lead / Senior Designer)
12 Division, Milton, Ontario (Programmer / Senior
Interior Designer), 1997
Client: Halton Regional Police Services
Toronto Police Service - 51 Division, Toronto, Ontario
(Programmer / Senior Interior Designer), 2004
Client: Toronto Police Service
Toronto Police Service - 11 Division, Toronto, Ontario
(Programmer / Senior Interior Designer), 2011
Client: Toronto Police Services Board
Community Institutional
Vaughan Public Libraries - E-Centre Children's
Library Design Concept Study, Maple, Ontario
(Senior Interior Designer)
Corporate / Office
Bruce Power Centre of Site Building Solutions
Program, Tiverton, Ontario (Workplace Strategy
and Functional Programmer), 2013-2015
The development of a new set of individual workspace and
collaborative space strategies standards that can be
universally applied in all of the Centre of Site buildings, and
allows for multiple variations to accommodate a wide variety
of work styles and technical equipment.
RBC 180 Wellington Street Refresh, Toronto, Ontario
(Senior Interior Designer)
Programming, feasibility and test fits.
* denotes projects completed with other firms
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Full scope interior design services.
Functional Program, Feasibility Study and Schematic Design.
TD Bank, Multiple Locations, North America (Team
Lead)
National Account services related to programming, feasibility,
test fit planning and design development.
Halton Regional Centre and Halton Regional Police
Facility, Oakville, Ontario (Senior Designer)
Programming and feasibility study, block and stack.
PHH Vehicle Management, Mississauga, Ontario
(Senior Interior Designer)
Halton Regional Complex Expansion, Oakville,
Ontario (Senior Interior Designer)
Metro Consolidated Communications and
Computer Centre, Toronto, Ontario (Senior Interior
Designer)
Ontario Lottery Gaming Corporation Headquarters,
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario (Senior Interior Designer)
Cabinet Office Renovation, Toronto, Ontario
(Senior Interior Designer)
Helyar & Associates - New Head Office, Toronto,
Ontario (Senior Interior Designer)
Janet Gasparotto ARIDO, IDC
Senior Interior Designer
Workplace Safety & Insurance Appeals Tribunal,
Toronto, Ontario (Senior Interior Designer)
Infrastructure Ontario, Workplace Environment
Guidelines for Ontario Government, Ontario (Senior
Interior Designer)
Ministry of Culture, Recreation and Tourism, Niagara
Falls, Ontario (Senior Interior Designer), 1995
Ministry of Labour / Ontario Labour Relations Board
Consolidation and Relocation, Toronto, Ontario
(Senior Interior Designer / Team Leader), 1999
Healthcare
CFB Borden Medical Services School and Base
Hospital, Borden, Ontario (Senior Interior Designer)
Oakville-Trafalgar Memorial Hospital Additions &
Alterations, Oakville, Ontario (Senior Interior
Designer)
Penetanguishene General Hospital,
Penetanguishene, Ontario (Senior Interior Designer)
St. Joseph's Hospital Hamilton, Hamilton, Ontario
(Senior Interior Designer)
Bennett Centre - Chronic and Long Term Care
Conversion, Georgetown, Ontario (Senior Interior
Designer)
Peterborough Civic Hospital - Renovation,
Peterborough, Ontario (Senior Interior Designer)
North York General Hospital - Office Space
Standardization, North York, Ontario (Senior Interior
Designer)
Chatham-Kent Health Alliance, Chatham, Ontario
(Senior Interior Designer), 2004
Client: Chatham-Kent Health Alliance
* denotes projects completed with other firms
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Matthew Cable M.Sc, P.Eng, LEED AP BD+C, CMVP®
Energy and Sustainability Lead
Matt currently has over eight years of professional experience in sustainable design and energy modelling.
Since graduating with his Masters in Computational Fluid Dynamics at Queen’s University, Matt began his
career building a sustainability team that excelled in energy modelling, LEED® compliance, and renewable
technology design while at Crossey Engineering Ltd.
His specialty in low-energy solutions and building science is leveraged by his experience and certifications in
Thermography Certification (Level 2), Measurement and Verification (Certified M&V Professional), and Green
House Gas Inventory, Accounting and Reporting. He created DIALOG’s Carbon Action Plan in order to
maintain DIALOG’s Carbon Neutrality. In addition to his engineering experience his P3 experience includes
preparing calibrated energy models for the aggregate energy consumption financial calculations.This includes
the Forensics Services and Coroners Complex project, as well as multiple large Healthcare facilities.
Matt recently completed a five-year energy conservation and demand management plan for the entire
Centennial College and Northern College Campuses which included a full thermographic assessment of the
building portfolio. In working with local and provincial utilities, Matt has extensive experience with the financial
incentives available for new construction projects and retrofit applications. He has a unique ability to explain
complex technical concepts to design teams and facilitate the optimization of new and existing buildings.
Master's of Science, Queen's University, Kingston,
Ontario, 2008
EDUCATION
Defense/Military
CFB North Bay Integrated Health Care Services
Centre,*, North Bay, Ontario
Bachelor of Science, Queen's University, Kingston,
Ontario, 2005
Canadian Forces Military Police Academy,*,
Borden, Ontario
MEMBERSHIPS
Community Institutional
Ronald McDonald House*, Toronto, Ontario
Canadian Chapter, Member, International Building
Performance Simulation Association
Education
Chilliwack Secondary School,*, Chilliwack, British
Columbia
Member, Association of Energy Engineers
Member, American Society of Heating,
Refrigerating & Air-Conditioning Engineers
University of Windsor, Medical Education Building*,
Windsor, Ontario
Member, Professional Engineers Ontario
PROJECT EXPERIENCE
Justice
Forensics Services and Coroners Complex*, Toronto,
Ontario
Durham Region Clarington Police Complex,*,
Bowmanville, Ontario
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Munk School of Global Affairs*, Toronto, Ontario
Ryerson Student Learning Centre*, Toronto, Ontario
Durham College Skills Training Centre*, Oshawa,
Ontario
Design with community in mind
Matthew Cable M.Sc, P.Eng, LEED AP BD+C, CMVP®
Energy and Sustainability Lead
University of BC Student Union Building*,
Vancouver, British Columbia
Revelstoke Secondary School,*, Revelstoke, British
Columbia
St. Joseph’s Seminary*, Edmonton, Alberta
Corporate / Office
10 Toronto Street Offices*, Toronto, Ontario
PUBLICATIONS
An Evaluation of Turbulence Models for the
Numerical Study of Forced and Natural Convective
Flow in Atria. MASc. Thesis and Solar Buildings
Research Network, 2009.
InfraRed and the IDP - Creating a Knowledge
Feedback Loop. Information 2015, 2015.
PCL Headquarters Building 5*, Edmonton, Alberta
City of Edmonton Engineering Services Building*,
Edmonton, Alberta
Airports & Aviation
Edmonton International Airport Combined Office
Tower*, Edmonton, Alberta
Animal Facilities
Edmonton Valley Zoo*, Edmonton, Alberta
Hazardous Waste
Kennedale Waste Operations East*, Edmonton,
Alberta
Research / Laboratories
Saskatchewan Disease Control Laboratory*,
Regina, Saskatchewan
Sanofi Pasteur, Research and Development
Building*, Toronto, Ontario
Performing Arts Centers
Four Seasons Centre for The Performing Arts*,
Toronto, Ontario
* denotes projects completed with other firms
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Syed Irfan Ahmed RCDD/NTS, DCDC, CCDA, CCNA R&S
Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Lead
Syed Irfan is a skilled Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Consultant with excellent knowledge of
BICSI standards, TIA/EIA 568-C, 606-B, 569-B, 607-B, TIA-1005, ISO/IEC 11801/18010 for commercial, industrial
automation and residential Structured Cabling Systems (SCS).
Syed Irfan has worked on several data centre projects. His strong understanding of Data center Industry
Standards and Best Practices such as TIA-942-A Telecommunications Infrastructure Standard for Data centers,
ANSI/BICSI 002-2011 Data center Design and Implementation Best Practices and ASHRAE Thermal Guidelines for
Data Processing Environments allows him to complete projects in a timely and cost effective manner, while
providing the client with high quality design. Further, he has a strong understanding of cooling system, power
& environmental monitoring (DCIM), CFD Analysis, hotspots, airflow issues and heat dissipation methodologies
and concepts within a data center.
EDUCATION
Bachelor's in Computer Science, Nadirshaw Eduljee
Dinshaw (NED) University of Engineering and
Technology, Karachi, Pakistan, 2005
CERTIFICATIONS & TRAINING
BICSI Data centre Design Consultant, Tampa Bay,
Florida, 2013
BICSI Network Technology Systems Designer,
Tampa Bay, Florida, 2012
BICSI Registered Communications Distribution
Designer, Tampa Bay, Florida, 2009
Cisco Certified Design Associate, San Jose,
California, 2008
Cisco Certified Network Associate, San Jose,
California, 2006
Microsoft Certified Professional, Seattle,
Washington, 2005
REGISTRATIONS
Mechanical Engineer, Registered Communications
Distribution Designer
MEMBERSHIPS
Professional Member, Institute of Electrical and
Electronics Engineers
Individual Member, Building Industry Consulting
Service International (BICSI)
PROJECT EXPERIENCE
Data Recovery Centres
Dubai Islamic Bank (DIB)*, Dubai, U.A.E
Calzedonia Spa*, Verona, Italy, Oct 2010
Bank Popolare*, Verona, Italy, Oct 2010
LAit Spa*, Rome, Italy, Oct 2010
Etisalat, Hor-Al-Anz Data center*, Dubai, U.A.E, Jan
2011
Information Technology Authority (ITA),*, KOM,
Muscat, Oman, Feb 2011
Abu Dhabi Ship Shipping (ADSB)*, Abu Dhabi, U.A.E,
March 2011
P&V Group*, Brussels, Belgium, May 2012
Thomas Reuters*, Bangalore, India, June 2012
Honda Europe*, Ghent, Belgium, August 2012
Borcelik*, Gemlik, Turkey, Sept 2012
Avea*, Istanbul, Turkey, Sept 2012
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Syed Irfan Ahmed RCDD/NTS, DCDC, CCDA, CCNA R&S
Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Lead
Wacker Chemie,*, Munich, Germany, Nov 2012
Princess Tower (6B+G+100 Floors) Residential
Tower*, Dubai, U.A.E, 2007
Mettis*, Metz, France, Dec 2012
Proposed G+7 Hotel Building*, Dubai, U.A.E, 2008
Government of Oman Data Center*, Muscat,
Oman, February 201
KPMG Data Center*, Luxemburg, Belgium, May
2013
Provant*, Brussels, Belgium, May 2013
Telkom South Africa – Centurion,*, Magaliesburg,
South Africa, July 2013
Proposed Commercial And Residential
Development on Plot 231-213 Al Nahda First*,
Dubai, U.A.E, 2008
Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA)
Office Building*, Abu Dhabi, U.A.E, 2008
Ibis Hotel-Al Barsha*, Dubai, U.A.E, 2008
Mudon Residential Apartments*, Dubai, U.A.E, 2008
Bridgestone*, Bethune, France, April 2014
Retis Data Center*, Stockholm, Sweden (Electrical
Consultant), May 2014
Jumeirah Beach Residence, Sector JBR-03 Tower
C09 - T03 Hotel Tower,*, Dubai, U.A.E, 2008
Botanica Tower*, Dubai, U.A.E, 2008
Qatar Petrochemical Company (QAPCO) Data
center*, Doha, Qatar (Electrical Consultant), June
2014
Structured Cabling Systems
Al Jazeera Hotel Apartments*, Abu Dhabi, U.A.E,
2006
Capital Hotel*, Abu Dhabi, U.A.E, 2006
Le Meridien Hotel*, Abu Dhabi, U.A.E, 2007
General Authority for Health Services for the
Emirate of Abu Dhabi*, Abu Dhabi, U.A.E, 2007
Proposed Meena Plaza Development (4 Towers)*,
Abu Dhabi, U.A.E, 2008
Dubai Water Front 750 Villas*, Dubai, U.A.E, 2008
Burj Al Salam–Mixed Used Development, Residential
Tower ZONE 2 (4B+G+L+54 Floor) & Office Tower
ZONE 3 (4B+G+L+54 Floors)*, Dubai, U.A.E, 2008
Tamani Arts Offices Tower at Business Bay*, Dubai,
U.A.E, 2009
Sapphire Tower (3B+G+3P+16 Floors), Commercial
Building at Business Bay*, Dubai, U.A.E, 2009
Arbift Tower (3B+G+30 Floors)*, Dubai, U.A.E, 2007
Al-Jaber Residential/Commercial Tower (G+M+37
Floors),*, Fujairah, U.A.E, 2007
Blue Bay Tower (4B+G+3P+19 Floors+Roof),
Comm./Office Building at Business Bay*, Dubai,
U.A.E, 2009
D1 Tower (B+G+80 Floors) Commercial Tower*,
Dubai, U.A.E, 2007
Bay Square at Business Bay, 12 Towers–Res. &
Comm.*, Dubai, U.A.E, 2009
* denotes projects completed with other firms
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Syed Irfan Ahmed RCDD/NTS, DCDC, CCDA, CCNA R&S
Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Lead
Al Hikma Tower (2B+G+60)*, Dubai, U.A.E, 2009
Time Towers (Typical G+24 Floors) (Residential &
Office),*, Abu Dhabi, U.A.E, 2009
Marina Square Zone E2 Residential Suites and Hotel
Tower,*, Abu Dhabi, U.A.E, 2009
Elite Residence (4B+G+4P+82),*, Dubai, U.A.E, 2009
Al Ali Multi Used Complex Novotel Hotel,
Residential, Office & Hotel Tower (Typical G+41
Floor),*, Duba, U.A.E, 2009
AD Investment Council Head Quarters – 2 Towers
(G+25),*, ABu Dhabi, U.A.E, 2010
Abu Dhabi Future Schools Program*, Abu, Dhabi,
2010
Arzana Medical Complex*, Abu Dhabi, U.A.E, 2010
Nations Tower*, Abu Dhabi, U.A.E
Telecommunications
Iqra University*, Karachi, Pakistan, 2004
Invisor Securities*, Karachi, Pakistan, 2006
Gatron (Novatex) Factory*, Karachi, Pakistan, 2006
PNS Jauhar Navy Engineering College*, Karachi,
Pakistan, 2006
Marriott Hotel*, Karachi, Pakistan, 2006
Balochistan Secretariat*, Quetta, Pakistan, 2006
KESC*, Karachi, Pakistan, 2006
Karachi Port Trust (KPT)*, Karachi, Pakistan, 2006
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Defense/Military
Al-Udeid Airbase (U.S. Army Corps. of Engineers)*,
Doha, Qatar, June 2013
Steve Bendo OALA, CSLA, ISA Certified Arborist ON-1245A
Landscape Architect
Steve is a Landscape Architect and ISA Certified Arborist with over 10 years of experience in both private and
public sector work. He has extensive experience in the design and implementation of municipal parks and
open spaces, streetscape design, ecological restoration, commercial and institutional design as well as trail
design. Steve specializes in the development of recreational athletic facilities, and is the leader of Stantec’s
Sport Development Team in Eastern Canada.
Steve has strong design and technical skills and is able to integrate his artistic vision with his construction
knowledge to produce unique and exciting design solutions. He has extensive experience working and
managing multidisciplinary teams composed of architects, engineers, and designers, and is able to effectively
communicate and coordinate team members to deliver exceptional solutions to his Client’s needs.
EDUCATION
Bachelor in Landscape Architecture with Honours,
University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, 2002
REGISTRATIONS
ISA Certified Arborist #ON-1245A, International
Society of Arboriculture
MEMBERSHIPS
Member, Sports Turf Association
Member, Canadian Society of Landscape
Architects
Full Member, Ontario Association of Landscape
Architects
AWARDS
2001 Clublink Corporation Environmental
Achievement Award
PROJECT EXPERIENCE
Arboriculture
Jaycee Trail Tree Conservation and Management
Plan, Milton, Ontario (Certified Arborist)
Client: Town of Milton
Richview Manor Senior's Development, Vaughan,
Ontario (Landscape Architecture)
Client: York Major Holdings Inc.
* denotes projects completed with other firms
Oakville Southwest Water Treatment Plant, Oakville,
Ontario (Certified Arborist)
8763 Bayview Avenue, Brampton, Ontario (Certified
Arborist)
Elsie Perrin Pedestrian Bridge, London, Ontario
(Certified Arborist)
Queen Street Rehabilitation, Brampton, Ontario
(Certified Arborist/Landscape Architect)
Coreslab Industrial, Waterdown, Ontario (Certified
Arborist)
Buffalo Springs, Midland, Ontario (Certified Arborist)
Sud Subdivision, Town of Georgina, Ontario
(Landscape Architect/Arborist)
Hilltop Subdivision, Ayr, Ontario (Landscape
Architect/Arborist)
Rivers Edge II Subdivision, Alliston, Ontario
(Landscape Architect/Arborist)
Driftwood Drive, Zone 5 & 6 Watermain Extension,
Kitchener, Ontario (Landscape Architect/Arborist)
Howe Drive Townhouse Development, Kitchener,
Ontario (Landscape Architect/Arborist)
Design with community in mind
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Steve Bendo OALA, CSLA, ISA Certified Arborist ON-1245A
Landscape Architect
MC2 Subdivision, Waterdown, Ontario (Landscape
Architect/Arborist)
Highland Estates, Brantford, Ontario (Landscape
Architect)
Community Institutional
University of Windsor Student Residence*, Windsor,
Ontario (Landscape Architect)
Columbia Forest II Subdivision, Waterloo, Ontario
(Landscape Architect)
Mohawk College*, Hamilton, Ontario (Landscape
Architect)
Niagara College*, Welland, Ontario (Landscape
Architect)
Hamilton Health Sciences – Hamilton General
Hospital*, Hamilton, Ontario (Landscape Architect)
Hamilton Health Sciences – Chedoke Hospital*,
Hamilton, Ontario (Landscape Architect)
Niagara Health Sciences*, St. Catharines, Ontario
(Landscape Architect)
Master Planning
Kelynack Farms*, Burlington, Ontario (Landscape
Architect)
Heritage Harbour Condominiums*, Oakville, Ontario
(Landscape Architect)
Mavis Road and Derry Road Development*,
Mississauga, Ontario (Landscape Architect)
Binbrook Stormwater Management Pond*,
Hamilton, Ontario (Landscape Architect)
Waterloo Town Square, Waterloo, Ontario
(Landscape Architect)
Rattlesnake Point Golf Club*, Milton, Ontario
(Landscape Architect)
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Northern Heights Subdivision, Guelph, Ontario
(Landscape Architect)
Victoriaview North Subdivision, Guelph, Ontario
(Landscape Architect)
Bauer Lofts Landscape Design, Waterloo, Ontario
(Landscape Architect)
Community Park Masterplan*, Milton, Ontario
(Landscape Architect)
Roadways
Weber Street Widening (Class EA), Region of
Waterloo, Ontario (Landscape Architect), 2009
Client: Region of Waterloo
Queen Street Improvements, Centre Street to
Highway 410, City of Brampton, Ontario
(Landscape Architect)
Hughson Street Redevelopment Phase I and II*,
Hamilton, Ontario (Landscape Architect)
Ferguson Avenue Reconstruction*, Hamilton,
Ontario (Landscape Architect)
University of Waterloo, Research and Technology
Park, Waterloo, Ontario (Landscape Architect)
Mayfield Road, Brampton, Ontario (Landscape
Architect)
Westmount Road Extension, Waterloo, Ontario
(Landscape Architect)
Steve Bendo OALA, CSLA, ISA Certified Arborist ON-1245A
Landscape Architect
Columbia Street Improvements, Waterloo, Ontario
(Landscape Architect)
Chinguacousy Road, Brampton, Ontario
(Landscape Architect)
Can-Amera Parkway Roundabout, Cambridge,
Ontario (Landscape Architect)
Hespeler Road Improvements, Cambridge, Ontario
(Landscape Architect)
* denotes projects completed with other firms
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André Arseneault OAA, MRAIC, B.A.S., M.Arch
BIM Specialist / Production Job Captain
As part of our Waterloo architecture studio, André brings design and construction experience with a strong
focus on quality project execution. He has a passion for architectural innovations and technically sound
solutions. Through his experience teaching at the University of Waterloo and Conestoga College, André has
developed a sound methodology involving implementing the latest BIM technologies in combination with
integrated project delivery processes. His passion for design excellence in all areas of integrated team solutions,
makes for a holistic architectural approach to every project he works on.
John Abbott College, Natural Sciences, Montréal,
Québec, 1995
EDUCATION
Education
University of Waterloo School of Environmental
Studies Renovation*, Waterloo, Ontario
Conestoga College, Computer Graphics and
Animation, Kitchener, Ontario, 1999
Wilfrid Laurier University King Street Facility Offices
Renovation*, Waterloo, Ontario
University of Waterloo, Bachelor of Architectural
Studies, Waterloo, Ontario, 2005
University of Waterloo, Master of Architecture,
Waterloo, Ontario, 2012
REGISTRATIONS
Registered Architect #8023, Ontario Association of
Architects
MEMBERSHIPS
Member, Royal Architectural Institute of Canada
Executive, Grand Valley Society of Architects
PROJECT EXPERIENCE
Healthcare
Six Nations Long Term Care Facilities*, Brantford,
Ontario
Parkwood Suites*, Waterloo, Ontario
University of Waterloo St. Jerome’s Student
Residence*, Waterloo, Ontario
University of Waterloo Daycare*, Waterloo, Ontario
University of Waterloo Village 1 Food Service
Renovation*, Waterloo, Ontario
York University Student Centre*, Toronto, Ontario
Wilfrid Laurier University/YMCA Brantford Campus,
Waterloo, Ontario
Wilfrid Laurier University Sustainable Waterloo
Regional Campus Concept*, Waterloo, Ontario
Wilfrid Laurier University Library Entrance Alteration*,
Waterloo, Ontario
Walker Road Senior Apartments*, Caledon East,
Ontario
Western AMP-CTC Collider*, London, Ontario
Etobicoke General Hospital – Ancillary Service
Building, Etobicoke, Ontario
Sports and Athletic Facilities
Place Bell, Laval Arena*, Laval, Quebec
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University of Waterloo Velocity Centre*, Waterloo,
Ontario
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Design with community in mind
André Arseneault OAA, MRAIC, B.A.S., M.Arch
BIM Specialist / Production Job Captain
Hamilton Stadium, Pan-Am Games*, Hamilton,
Ontario
Ontario Sports and Entertainment Group,
Lansdowne Stadium*, Ottawa, Ontario
Corporate
Essroc Cement Toronto Terminal, Toronto, Ontario
City of Cambridge Public Works Facilities
Renovations, Cambridge, Ontario
Bruce Power Centre of Site Building Solutions
Program, Tiverton, Ontario
* denotes projects completed with other firms
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Angelo Ligotti P.Eng
Stormwater Management Lead
Angelo has over 15 years of experience as a civil engineer and is a certified P. Eng. in Ontario and other
provinces. He is a project manager on Stantec’s Industrial/Commercial/Institutional (ICI) team and is currently
the program manager for some of Stantec's largest commercial clients, responsible for a team that consists of
approximately 20 project managers, designers, engineers, and Certified Technologists. His responsibilities
include design excellence of site grading, servicing and stormwater management on ICI projects, project
management, due diligence management, completion of cost estimates, and securing agency approvals. He
has been involved in dozens of land development projects across the country from project inception to
completion.
Angelo also has significant experience in providing municipal consulting services in Ontario and Western
Canada, specializing in civil engineering, water resources, municipal infrastructure design, application of
hydrologic and hydraulic modeling, including dynamic modeling of storm, sanitary, and combined sewer
networks. He has served as site supervisor on large municipal infrastructure construction projects and has
contributed major design elements to storm, sanitary, water, wastewater, and transportation design projects.
EDUCATION
University of Guelph, Bachelor of Applied Science,
Environmental Engineering, Ontario, 2000
MEMBERSHIPS
Member, Professional Engineers Ontario
Member, Association of Professional Engineers and
Geoscientists of Alberta
Member, Professional Engineers & Geoscientists of
Newfoundland and Labrador
PROJECT EXPERIENCE
Stormwater Management
Various*, Calgary, Alberta (Project Engineer/Lead
Stormwater Engineer)
•Used DDSWMM and XP-SWMM modeling to simulate
historical flooding conditions, test potential remedial
measures, and completed detailed design of the storm sewer
system for the City of Calgary TPO project, 37th St S.W. road
extension
•Completed preliminary and detailed design consisting of high
rate capture facilities on residential roads, distribution of
stormwater overflows and storage into deep underground
tunnel facilities on City of Calgary Glencoe storm sewer
upgrade project
•Prepared design of storm trunks for the City of Calgary East
Trunk Storm Upgrade
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• Completed drainage study for the City of Calgary's 16th
Avenue road widening project and the Glenmore and 18th
Street Interchange
Wastewater
Various*, Niagara Falls, Toronto, St. Catharines,
Ontario (Modeling Specialist)
•Used SWMHYMO and XP-SWMM models to determine the
cause of basement flooding on the City of Niagara Falls Kalar
Road Basement Flooding Study. Designed and presented
remedial measures to the City and public following the
requirements of Phases 1 and 2 of the Municipal Class
Environmental Assessment process
• Used XP-SWMM to complete a pollution control and master
plan for the City of Niagara Falls. Designed and presented
system improvements and control measures to the City on the
Niagara Falls Pollution Control Plan and CSO Abatement
Study
•Created XP-SWMM model network of Toronto's East York
area from the City's municipal ACCESS database. Simulated
flooding conditions and proposed remedial measures on the
Toronto Basement Flooding Study
• Used XP-SWMM software to simulate the City of St.
Catharines' combined sewer system and determined remedial
measures. Worked with the City employees to correct data
problems and improve the City's municipal database.
Simulated flooding conditions and proposed remedial
measures on the Port Dalhousie Basement Flooding Study
Water System Design
Various*, Hamilton, Ontario (Project Engineer)
• Large Valve Chamber Inspections and Replacement:
Design with community in mind
Angelo Ligotti P.Eng
Stormwater Management Lead
Created an inventory of site conditions and completed detailed
design that involved field inspections of 6 selected locations for
14 large valve chambers in the City of Hamilton
• Air Release Chamber Inspections:
Created a database of field notes, photos, and site conditions
for field inspections of 50 air release chambers in the City
Institutional
Milton District Hospital Redevelopment, Milton,
Ontario (Civil Engineer - PDC)
•Served as Planning, Design Compliance civil engineer for the
expansion project.
•Liaised with Halton Healthcare Services, Infrastructure
Ontario and municipal staff to efficiently obtain master site
plan approval for the Alternative Financing and Procurement
Project
•Prepared Functional Servicing and Stormwater Management
Reports and grading and servicing design drawings in
accordance with boundary conditions, background due
diligence and municipal guidelines
•Prepared civil Output specifications and other documents as
required for Infrastructure Ontario’s RFP and evaluated civil
engineering proposals from bidders.
Forensic Services and Coroner's Complex, Toronto,
Ontario (Civil Engineer - Project Co.)
•Served as civil engineer for the state of the art development
by preparing detailed grading, servicing, and stormwater
management design drawings in accordance with
Infrastructure Ontario's Output Specifications and municipal
requirements
•Liaised with Infrastructure Ontario, City of Toronto and
various stakeholders as required to obtain approvals, qualify
for LEED Gold certification and facilitate construction.
•Provided Construction Administration services and certified
civil works in accordance with IO and City of Toronto
requirements
Toronto East General Hospital Expansion, Toronto,
Ontario (Civil Engineer)
•Served as civil engineer for the expansion project
•Prepared Functional Servicing and Stormwater Management
Reports and grading and servicing design drawings for
municipal submissions
•Led communications with City of Toronto Technical Reviewer
to support rezoning approval for the proposed expansion
including detailed analysis of off-site storm and sanitary
sewersheds to calculate surrounding municipal sewer
capacities
•Prepared civil components of early works program in
advance of project initiation through Alternative Financing
and Procurement delivery
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health - Phase 1B
Redevelopment, Toronto, Ontario (Senior Civil
Consultant)
•Provided senior assistance during difficult approval process
by leading discussions with City of Toronto’s Technical
Reviewers
•Developed complicated infiltration strategy that married
stormwater management and landscape architecture designs
as required to overcome poor soil conditions and meet the City
of Toronto’s water balance guidelines
•Currently preparing civil design components for Phase 1C,
the next phase of site redevelopment
Queen's University Innovation Campus Master Plan,
Kingston, Ontario (Civil Engineer)
•Served as civil engineer by contributing to the overall master
plan report and public presentations in the areas of civil
engineering, stormwater management and sustainability
design
•Prepared various conceptual civil engineering and
stormwater management designs in coordination with
architectural and urban design concepts prepared by other
team members
Commercial / Retail Development
Wal-Mart Commercial Developments, Various
locations, Ontario, Alberta, British Columbia,
Manitoba (Project Manager and Civil Engineer)
•Assessment of development potential of sites identified by
clients and preparation of Stage I Cost Assessments
•Coordination of consulting team through project’s lifespan
•Preparation and submission of development applications,
including site plan approval, building permit, etc.
•Review of purchase and sale or lease agreements, including
drafting of engineering-related clauses
•Preparation of civil site works drawings (i.e., Site Plan,
Grading, Servicing, ESC.) and coordination / review of subconsultant drawings
•Management of tender process and Construction
Administration program
Ikea Commercial Developments, Various locations
across Canada (Program and Project Manager
and Civil Engineer)
•Coordination of consulting team through project’s lifespan
* denotes projects completed with other firms
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Angelo Ligotti P.Eng
Stormwater Management Lead
•Preparation of Project Site Assessment due diligence reports
to investigate development opportunities and constraints
•Review of purchase and sale or lease agreements for
Greenfield projects, including drafting of engineering-related
clauses
•Preparation of conceptual and detailed Site Plan Drawings
•Preparation of civil site works drawings (i.e., Grading,
Servicing, ESC and associated details) and submission of
development applications to municipal authorities.
• Management of tender process and Construction
Administration program
Target Commercial Developments, Various
locations across Canada (Project Manager and
Civil Engineer)
•Coordinating of consulting team through project’s lifespan
•Preparation and submission of development applications,
including site plan approval, building permit, etc.
•Preparation of civil site works drawings
•Management of tender process and Construction
Administration program.
Build Toronto, 75 Billy Bishop Way, Toronto, Ontario
(Project Manager and Civil Engineer)
•Preparation of civil site works drawings (i.e., Grading,
Servicing, ESC and associated details)
•Led communications with Toronto’s Technical Reviewer to
successfully negotiate complicated approval of Stormwater
outlet for the site in coordination with Toronto Water
•Preparation of Stage I Cost Assessment of site works
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Joe R Harris BES
Civil Lead
Joe is the Project Manager for all Site Plan development services in the Stantec Urban Land Development
Kitchener office and possesses an excellent knowledge of site design, grading design, compliance to municipal
specifications, project coordination/management and contract administration. Joe has ten years of
development experience with Stantec in the land development capacity. He has successfully managed and
completed several commercial, residential, institutional, and industrial development projects in Southwestern
Ontario for various private developers, architects and design/build contractors, incorporating site planning
and permitting, site servicing and grading design and construction services with successful administration of the
project from commencement to completion.
EDUCATION
Bachelor of Environmental Studies, Honours, Urban
and Regional Planning, University of Waterloo,
Waterloo, Ontario, 1999
PROJECT EXPERIENCE
Industrial Development
Northland Power - Arriscraft Site, Cambridge,
Ontario
Providing site civil engineering services including site
grading, site servicing (onsite water and septic) and
stormwater management to support the development of a
proposed power generation plant. Also coordinating
Hydrogeological Assessment and legal surveying and
topographic services.
Jefferson Elora Corp. - Facility Expansion, Elora,
Ontario
Provide civil engineering services, including site grading, site
servicing and stormwater management during various stages
of plant expansion.
Creighton No. 9 Switch-Station - CVRD Inco,
Sudbury, Ontario
Provided site design and site civil engineering services,
including grading, servicing and stormwater management
design and construction.
Lot 9 Mansewood Court - Hunter Trucking Storage
Depot, Halton Hills, Ontario (Project Manager)
Provided site design and site civil engineering services,
including grading, servicing and stormwater management
design.
* denotes projects completed with other firms
Baden Industrial Site - AC Tire and Automotive,
Baden, Ontario (Project Manager)
Providing site design and site civil engineering services,
including grading, servicing and stormwater management
design and construction.
DHL Canada Express, Brampton, Ontario (Project
Manager)
Provided site design and civil engineering services, including
geotechnical engineering, survey, site re-grading and
stormwater management for DHL Canada Express’ existing
sorting facility in Brampton. Project included redesign of their
staging and truck storage areas and a new line haul security
area.
Pier 15, North Lot - Hamilton Port Authority,
Hamilton, Ontario (Project Manager)
Provided civil engineering design services and topographic
survey for the Hamilton Port Authority at their 4.0 hectare
North Lot at Pier 15. Services included redesign of the existing
lot for storage of goods and materials (steel) and preparation
of the site plan in accordance with Hamilton Port Authority’s
requirements.
Toyota Tsusho, Woodstock, Ontario (Project
Manager)
Project Manager for site civil engineering and facilitated the
services of Stantec’s Railway Transportation team in
Edmonton, Alberta for the design of a new rail spur for the
site. Services included design and site inspection for a
design/build client, Grassmere Construction Ltd.
Institutional Site Design
Brock University, Academic Building for
ESL/International Groups, St. Catharines, Ontario
(Project Manager)
Design with community in mind
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Joe R Harris BES
Civil Lead
York Region School Sites, Parking and Asphalt Area
Redesign, York Region, Ontario
Client: York Region Separate School Board
Commercial / Retail Development
Baden Village Square, Baden, Ontario (Project
Manager)
Glenbrook Arena Parking Lot, Hamilton, Ontario
Client: City of Hamilton
Deer Ridge Centre, Kitchener, Ontario (Project
Manager)
Waterloo Region Mission Services, Kitchener,
Ontario (Project Manger)
Credit Union Facilities, Various, Ontario (Project
Manager)
Grandville Catholic School, Paris, Ontario (Project
Manager)
Erin Commercial Plaza, Erin, Ontario (Project
Manager)
University of Waterloo, School of Medicine,
Kitchener, Ontario (Project Manager).
The Brantford Mall Redevelopment, Brantford,
Ontario (Project Manager)
University of Waterloo, School of Pharmacy,
Kitchener, Ontario (Project Manager)
West Side Market Place, Waterloo, Ontario (Project
Manager)
Client: Westside Realty Inc.
Urban Land
The Economical Insurance Group - Parking Lot
Expansion, Kitchener, Ontario
Client: Economical Insurance Group
Comprehensive Update of Township of North
Dumfries Zoning By-law* (Planner)
Listowel South Servicing Study*, Listowel, Ontario
(Engineer Assistant)
Preparation of Contract Documents (Land
Development Technician)
Queenston Estates Subdivision, Cambridge, Ontario
(Land Development Technician), 2003
Client: Norrich West Inc.
Lot Grading Services and Project Management (Lot
Grading Manager), 2004-2005
Client: Various Cities
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Canadian Tire Store (CTREL), Waterloo, Ontario
(Project Manager), 2006
Client: Canadian Tire Real Estate Limited
Coordination of engineering Site Plan including grading and
servicing drawings showing details and specifications for
proposed new Canadian Tire Store in west Waterloo.
Residential Development
931 Glasgow Street, Kitchener, Ontario (Project
Manager), 2011
Client: Deerfield Homes Ltd.
Bauer Lofts, Waterloo, Ontario (Project Manager)
Laurelwood Drive Apartments, Waterloo, Ontario
(Project Manager)
Gordon Creek Development, Guelph, Ontario
(Project Manager)
Fallowfield Drive Condominium Sites, Kitchener,
Ontario (Project Manager)
Joe Pendlebury PQS, MRICS
Director
Joe Pendlebury is a Director with Rider Levett Bucknall and has over 30 years
of construction industry experience, both nationally and internationally. He is
a Professional Quantity Surveyor and has worked on both public and private
developments across a variety of sectors ranging from transportation,
hospitality, cultural and higher education to healthcare, sports and energy.
Joe possesses extensive knowledge and expertise in all phases of the
construction process. He is an expert in providing cost insight during the
early stages of planning and design and lends his expertise in valueengineering, cost-benefit- analysis, contract negotiation and dispute resolution
during the design, contract negotiation and construction stages.
Experience: 30 Years
Qualifications:
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Professional Quantity
Surveyor (PQS), Canadian
Institute of Quantity
Surveyors
Member, Royal Institution of
Chartered Surveyors
(MRICS)
Education:
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Construction Engineering
Technology, Architecture
Degree, Niagara College
Joe has been a valued advisor working directly for a number of government
and municipal clients such as the Ministry of Natural Resources, RCMP, Public
Works and Government Services, Infrastructure Ontario and the Ministry of
Transportation, as well as numerous private individuals and corporations.
Relevant Experience:
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City of Belleville, Fire Headquarters & Emergency Services Centre
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City of Brampton Firehall 204
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City of Brampton, Firehall Addition & Renovation
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City of Cambridge, Fire Station #6
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City of Kitchener, New Emergency Medical Services Station
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City of Mississauga, Fire Station 119 and Peel Region Paramedic
Satellite Station
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City of Mississauga, New Satellite Station
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City of St. Catharines, Fire Station No. 4, EMS Data & Dispatch
Centre
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City of Toronto, Chaplin Crescent Fire Station
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City of Toronto, Fire Station 144
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City of Toronto, Fire Station 221
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City of Toronto, New EMS Station at 1300 Wilson Avenue
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Runnymede Fire Station Renovations
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Six Nations, New Fire Station No.1
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York Region Paramedic Station #16
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York Region Paramedic Station #19
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York Region Paramedic Station #25
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Kevin Fergin P.Eng.
Site Lead / Planner Back Up
Kevin is the Sector Leader for Stantec's Kitchener Community Development group and for Canada East, with
sixteen years of direct land development and municipal engineering experience. He is involved with all
aspects of conceptual design and feasibility studies, noise studies, preliminary and detailed design, contract
preparation and construction management, as well as technical advisory services for land development
(greenfield, brownfield and re-urbanization) and municipal engineering projects.
Kevin has experience in the design and management of civil engineering projects, which include storm,
sanitary and water systems analysis and design, roadway engineering, subdivision and site servicing design and
construction and public liaison. He has undertaken these projects both as a technical consultant and as a
project owner while working at the Region of Waterloo. This overall exposure to all facets of municipal
engineering is a valuable asset to many projects. Kevin has provided expert witness for Ontario Municipal Board
Hearings and has appeared in civil court as an expert witness.
Kevin's attention to detail and direct involvement in all project phases results in thorough and cost effective
designs, ensuring a smooth approval process.
EDUCATION
B.A.Sc., Civil Engineering, University of Waterloo,
Waterloo, Ontario, 1998
PROJECT EXPERIENCE
Ontario Ministry of the Environment/Noise Control in
Land Use Planning Certificate, Toronto, Ontario,
2003
Community Institutional
Lutherwood, Waterloo, Ontario (Project Advisor)
LEED Green Associate, LEED Green Associate,
Toronto, Ontario, 2012
Schlegel Building, Wilfrid Laurier University,
Waterloo, Ontario (Project Manager)
REGISTRATIONS
Project management, preliminary engineering, cost
estimating, final design, contract administration, and
inspection.
Professional Engineer, Professional Engineers
Ontario
MEMBERSHIPS
Sunnyside Home Redevelopment, Kitchener,
Ontario (Project Manager)
Board Member, City of Kitchener, Economic
Development Advisory Committee
Project management, preliminary engineering, cost
estimating, final design, contract administration, and
inspection.
Municipal Liaison Representative - Grand River
Chapter, Consulting Engineers of Ontario
Municipal Class Environmental Assessment Studies
South Strasburg Creek Trunk Sanitary Sewer,
Kitchener, Ontario (Project Manager)
Client: City of Kitchener
Former President, Brantford Home Builders'
Association
Board Member, Creative Enterprise Initiative
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Executive and Board of Directors, Waterloo Region
Home Builders Association
Stantec
Project management, municipal, agency and public
consultation, liaison for trunk sanitary sewer Class EA,
servicing southwest Kitchener.
Design with community in mind
Kevin Fergin P.Eng.
Site Lead / Planner Back Up
Noise Assessments
Chateau Gardens Retirement Home, Elmira,
Ontario (Project Manager)
Road traffic noise source, calculations, analysis, building
materials acoustical review, reporting and inspection.
Menkes Residential Development, Ajax, Ontario
(Project Manager)
Road traffic noise source, calculations, analysis, reporting and
inspection.
Rembrandt Pittock Ridge Townhouse
Development, Woodstock, Ontario (Project
Manager)
Road and rail traffic noise source, calculations, analysis,
building materials acoustical review, reporting and
inspection.
Waterloo Westside Development, Waterloo,
Ontario (Project Manager)
Road traffic noise source, calculations, analysis, report and
inspection.
Former Borden/Hwy #24 Subdivisions, Cambridge,
Ontario (Project Manager)
Road traffic noise source, calculations, analysis, reporting and
inspection.
Can-Amera Parkway, Cambridge, Ontario (Project
Manager)
Road traffic noise source, calculations, analysis, reporting and
inspection.
Laurelwood Subdivision, Waterloo, Ontario (Project
Manager)
Bulke Subdivision, Windsor, Ontario (Project
Manager)
Rail traffic noise source, calculations, analysis, reporting and
inspection.
Huron Woods Subdivision, Kitchener, Ontario
(Project Manager)
Road traffic noise source, calculations, analysis, reporting and
inspection.
Huron Village Subdivision, Kitchener, Ontario
(Project Manager)
Road traffic noise source, calculations, analysis, reporting and
inspection.
Queenston Estates Subdivision, Cambridge, Ontario
(Project Manager)
Road traffic noise source, calculations, analysis, reporting and
inspection.
Wellington Drive Townhomes, Cambridge, Ontario
(Project Manager)
Road traffic noise source and bus terminal noise meter
readings, calculations, analysis, reporting and inspection.
Studies and Evaluations
Ontario Realty Corporation, Ministry of Public
Infrastructure Renewal Lands, Guelph, Ontario
(Project Manager)
Client: Ontario Realty Corporation
Preliminary engineering of external servicing review.
Wastewater
Highland Park West (Project Engineer)
Preserve Homes Subdivision, Vaughan, Ontario
(Project Manager)
Investigation, evaluation and report preparation on the
condition and capacity of existing sanitary and storm sewer
systems.
Kevin has carried out the sanitary servicing study for 50
hectares of the Highland Park West Area development in
Kitchener.
Road traffic noise source, calculations, analysis, building
materials acoustical review, reporting and inspection.
Grand River South (Project Engineer)
Road traffic noise source, calculations, analysis, reporting and
inspection.
Investigation, evaluation and report preparation on the
condition and capacity of existing sanitary and storm sewer
systems.
* denotes projects completed with other firms
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Peter D. Fitzgerald P.Eng.
Civil Engineering Back Up
Peter is a Senior Project Manager within Stantec's Kitchener Urban Land Engineering group, with over twenty
years of municipal and land development engineering experience. He has been involved with all aspects of
conceptual design and feasibility studies, preliminary and detailed design, contract preparation and
construction management, as well as technical advisory services.
Peter has experience in the design and management of civil engineering projects which include storm, sanitary
and water systems analysis and design, sewage/water pumping and treatment, roadway engineering,
subdivision and site servicing design and construction and public liaison. He has undertaken these projects
both as a technical consultant, municipal reviewer and as a project owner while working at The City of
Stratford and at Reid’s Heritage Homes. This overall exposure to all facets of engineering is a valuable asset to
many projects.
Peter's attention to detail and direct involvement in all project phases results in thorough and cost effective
designs, ensuring a smooth approval process.
EDUCATION
B.A. Sc., Civil Engineering, University of Waterloo,
Waterloo, Ontario, 1990
REGISTRATIONS
Professional Certificated Engineer #90342981,
Professional Engineers Ontario
PROJECT EXPERIENCE
Site Development
University of Waterloo – Northwest Campus,
Waterloo, Ontario (Project Manager), 2011
Client: University of Waterloo
Project management, preliminary engineering, cost
estimating, area grading design, site alteration and GRCA
permit approvals and contract administration during
grading. Detailed design including coordination of electrical
design ongoing.
Dunn Road Extension - Industrial Subdivision*,
Stratford, Ontario (Project Manager), 2001
Client: City of Stratford
Project management, Class EA, preliminary engineering, cost
estimating, final design, and contract administration.
Michelin (Canada) Kitchener Plant Expansion,
Kitchener, Ontario (Project Manager), 2000
Client: Michelin (Canada)
Project management civil component of project, preliminary
engineering, cost estimating, final design, contract
administration, and inspection.
K-W Armoury, East Avenue, Kitchener, Ontario
(Project Manager), 2000
Client: K-W Armoury
Project management, preliminary engineering, cost
estimating, final design, contract administration.
MTD Warehouse Expansion, Kent Avenue,
Kitchener, Ontario (Project Manager), 2000
Client: MTD
Project management, preliminary engineering, detailed
design and cost estimating.
McDonald's, Alpine Plaza, Kitchener, Ontario
(Project Manager), 2000
Client: McDonald's
Project management, preliminary engineering, cost
estimating, final design and contract administration.
Municipal Development Plans
331 Clair/Site Plan, Guelph, Ontario (Project
Manager)
Ontario Municipal Board qualified as an expert witness
related to municipal servicing and site grading (2015) .
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Peter D. Fitzgerald P.Eng.
Civil Engineering Back Up
Project Management Advisory Services
Riverside Long Term Care, Nursing Home Expansion,
Guelph, Ontario (Project Advisor), 2009
Client: Reid's Heritage Homes Ltd.
Town of Sioux Lookout Wastewater Treatment
Plant*, Sioux Lookout, Ontario (Project Manager),
1996
Client: Town of Sioux Lookout
Design Review.
Project management, detailed design for 0.75 MGD WWTP
including screening, degritting, extended aeration, clarifiers,
aerobic digestion and chlorination final design contract
administration, start-up, commissioning and preparation of
Operations Manual.
Westminister Woods Townhouse and Apartment
Site, Guelph, Ontario (Project Advisor), 2010
Client: Westminister Woods Ltd.
Design Review.
Studies and Evaluations
Court Drain Sub-watershed Study*, Stratford,
Ontario (Project Manager)
Client: City of Stratford
Project management, consultant coordination, Public
Consultation.
Water Treatment
Pikangikum First Nation Water Treatment Plant*,
Pikangikum, Ontario (Project Manager), 1995
Client: Pikangikum First Nation
Project management for 1,350 cubic meter/day Water
Treatment Plant including cost estimating, final design
contract administration, start-up, commissioning and
preparation of Operations Manual.
Town of Penetanguishene Water Distribution Study*,
Penetanguishene, Ontario (Project Manager)
Client: Town of Penetanguishene
Preparation of distribution model, including two pressure
zones, elevated storage, well and booster pumping stations.
City of Stratford Northeast Secondary Plan Study*,
Stratford, Ontario (Project Manager)
Client: City of Stratford
Project management, consultant coordination, Public
Consultation.
City of Stratford Development Charges
Background Study*, Stratford, Ontario (Project
Manager)
Client: City of Stratford
Project management, consultant coordination, Public
Consultation.
Wastewater Treatment
Ravensview Wastewater Treatment Plant*,
Kingston, Ontario (Project Manager), 1996
Client: City of Kingston
Project management, tendering, for vertical turbine pumps,
filter system, pressure tanks.
* denotes projects completed with other firms
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James N. Vafiades OALA, FCSLA
Landscape Architect Back Up
As a Senior Landscape Architect with over thirty years of experience in urban design and general landscape
architecture, Jim has carried out his work on a wide-range of projects in both the public and private sectors. He
excels in the field of urban design and has extensive knowledge in the development of master plans,
streetscape design, healthcare, institutional, and community plans, with a special interest in downtown
intensification and New Urbanism principles. Jim’s experience includes matters relating to site investigation and
analysis, preliminary and detailed design, construction documents, project management and implementation.
His strong understanding of the technical aspects of landscape architecture ensures that projects are designed
and constructed to stand the test of time. His approach is one of practicality and innovation, seeking to create
spaces that are inviting and fresh. Always looking to establish a “sense of place”, Jim strives to create
imaginative landscapes that express a true recognition of human traditions and aspirations while achieving a
timeless aesthetic richness. Jim is also an accomplished teacher having taught design, studio and technical
courses in the Landscape Design program at Fanshawe College. Jim is a highly respected and creative
addition to the Stantec team.
EDUCATION
Bachelors Equivalent, Ryerson Polytechnical
Institute (University)/Landscape Architectural
Technology, Toronto, Ontario, 1979
Certificate of Completion, Accessibility for
Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA)
Customer Service Standard Ontario Regulation
429/07, Stantec Consulting Ltd, London, Ontario,
2010
MEMBERSHIPS
Fellow, Canadian Society of Landscape Architects
Full Member, American Society of Landscape
Architects
President, Southwestern Chapter, Ontario
Association of Landscape Architects
Full Member, Ontario Association of Landscape
Architects
AWARDS
2008 CSLA Regional Merit Award, Rotary Reading
Garden, Central Library, London
2008 CSLA National Honour Award, Landscape
Synergy: CSLA Conference 2007, Havana, Cuba
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2008 CSLA Regional Merit Award, Forks of the
Thames Revitalization, London
2006 City of London Urban Design Award, London
Life Streetscape Revitalization, London
2005 City of London Urban Design Award, Rotary
Reading Garden, Central Library, London
2005 City of London Urban Design Award, London
Hunt and Country Club, London
2001 City of London Urban Design Award,
Microtronix Systems Ltd., London
1995 City of London Urban Design Award, One
London Place Office Complex, London
1993 City of London Urban Design Award, Huron
College Addition, London
1993 City of London Urban Design Award, Jack
Chambers Public School, London
1991 Award of Merit, Hazeldon Ridge
Condominiums, London
1990 Citation, Market Lane Revitalization, London
Design with community in mind
James N. Vafiades OALA, FCSLA
Landscape Architect Back Up
PROJECT EXPERIENCE
Justice
London Police Services Headquarters, London,
Ontario* (Landscape Architect)
RCMP Detachment Branch Office, Windsor,
Ontario* (Landscape Architect)
RCMP Detachment Branch Office, London,
Ontario* (Landscape Architect)
Warehouse / Light Industrial
Amico Industrial Building, Richmond Hill, Ontario
(Project Manager/Landscape Architect)
W.I.S.H. Centre, Chatham, Ontario* (Landscape
Architect)
London Public Library – Rotary Reading Garden,
London, Ontario* (Landscape Architect/Project
Manager)
Corporate / Office
First Sarnia Place Office Building, Sarnia, Ontario*
(Landscape Architect)
Oxford County Municipal Building, Woodstock,
Ontario* (Landscape Architect)
Summersweet Foods Light Industrial Building –
Richmond Hill, Ontario* (Landscape Architect)
Leslie Corporate Centre Office Building – Richmond
Hill, Ontario* (Landscape Architect / Project
Manager)
Ronsa Court Industrial Building, Mississauga,
Ontario* (Landscape Architect)
W.G. Thompson Office Building – Corporate Head
Office, Blenheim, Ontario* (Landscape Architect)
Hamilton Recycling Facilities, Hamilton, Ontario*
(Landscape Architect)
London Life Corporate Headquarters – Streetscape
and Entrance Revitalization, London, Ontario*
(Landscape Architect / Project Manager)
Oxford Street East Industrial Building, London,
Ontario* (Landscape Architect)
Microtronix Systems – Light Industrial, London,
Ontario* (Landscape Architect)
Lerner’s Office Building – Corporate Headquarters,
London, Ontario* (Landscape Architect)
Kingspan Manufacturing and Distribution Facility,
Brantford, Ontario* (Landscape Architect)
Entrance Features, Signage and Fences
City of London Civic Gateway, Oxford Street and
Veteran's Memorial Parkway, London, Ontario*
(Landscape Architect)
Commercial / Retail Development
Target Canada Retail Expansion, Across Ontario
(Project Manager/Landscape Architect)
Fanshawe College Campus Improvements/Entry
Gate Features/Identification Signage, London,
Ontario* (Landscape Architect)
Community Institutional
Blyth Memorial Community Hall Courtyard, Blyth,
Ontario (Project Manager/Landscape Architect)
New Urbanism / Smart Growth
Upper Richmond Village Master Plan / Urban
Design Guidelines / Entrance Gate / Community
Park / Streetscapes, London, Ontario (Landscape
Architect)
* denotes projects completed with other firms
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James N. Vafiades OALA, FCSLA
Landscape Architect Back Up
Williamsburg Town Centre Master Plan/Urban
Design Guidelines/Entrance Gate/Community
Park/Streetscape, Kitchener, Ontario* (Landscape
Architect)
Talbot Village Community – Master Plan / Urban
Design Guidelines / Entrance Gate / Natural and
Trail Systems, London, Ontario* (Landscape
Architect)
Streetscapes
Talbot Street Streetscape Master Plan, St. Thomas,
Ontario (Landscape Architect)
Details on this project included the following: Preparation of
Streetscape Master Plan for the implementation of street trees,
lighting, paving and raised planting areas; Public Meetings
and Approvals.
Blyth Downtown Streetscape Master Plan, Blyth,
Ontario (Project Manager/Landscape Architect)
Details on this project included the following: Preparation of
Streetscape Master Plan for the implementation of street trees,
lighting, paving and raised planting areas; Public Meetings
and Approvals.
Watford Downtown Streetscape Master Plan,
Watford, Ontario (Project Manager/Landscape
Architect)
Details on this project included the following: Preparation of
Streetscape Master Plan and Preliminary costing.
Richmond Street Streetscape Master Plan - Oxford
Street - Central Avenue, London, Ontario*
(Landscape Architect/Project Manager)
Details on this project included the following: Preparation of
Streetscape Master Plan for the implementation of street trees,
lighting, paving and raised plant areas; Public Meetings and
City Approvals; Full Working Drawings, Tendering and Site
Supervision; Blocks:3; Budget: $185K.
Wellington Street Gateway Redevelopment,
London, Ontario* (Landscape Architect/Project
Manager)
Details on this project included the following: Preparation of
Master Plan, Detailed Plans, Elevations and Perspectives for
the implementation of Entrance Gates into the core; Public
Meetings and City Approvals; Blocks:1; Budget: $120K.
Wellington Street Streetscape Rehabilitation,
London, Ontario* (Landscape Architect/Project
Manager)
Details on this project include the following: Preparation of
Streetscape Master Plan for the implementation of street trees,
lighting, paving and raised planted medians; Public Meetings
and City Approvals; Full Working Drawings, Tendering, and
Site Supervision; Blocks:5; Budget: $225K.
Covent Garden Market Redevelopment, London,
Ontario* (Landscape Architect/Project Manager)
Details on this project included the following: Preparation of
Site Master Plan indicating street trees, paving, fountain, ice
rink and raised planters; Preparation of Public Outdoor Plaza
and Streetscape Integration including detailed plans,
elevations and perspectives; Public Meetings and City
Approvals; Full Working Drawings, Tendering and Site
Supervision; Budget: $650K.
Details on this project include the preparation of Streetscape
Master Plan, Traffic Study and Costing and Report.
Oxford Streetscape Redevelopment, London,
Ontario* (Landscape Architect/Project Manager)
Dundas Street Streetscape: Adelaide Street to Lyle
Street, London, Ontario* (Landscape
Architect/Project Manager)
Details on this project included the following: Principal-incharge of Multi-disciplinary Charrette; Conceptual Master
Plan from Highbury to Crumlin Rd.; Landscape Improvement
Guidelines and Report; Streetscape and Private Property
Recommendations.
Details on this project included the following: Preparation of
Streetscape Master Plan, including paving, plantings,
bumpouts, lighting; working drawings and contact
administration.
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Richmond Street Streetscape Rehabilitation,
London, Ontario* (Landscape Architect/Project
Manager)
Stantec
James N. Vafiades OALA, FCSLA
Landscape Architect Back Up
Lindsay Downtown Streetscape, Lindsay, Ontario*
(Landscape Architect/Project Manager)
Details on this project included the following: Conceptual
Design Study and Concept Alternatives; Streetscape Design
and Master Plan; Urban and Riverfront Parkette Design;
Blocks:12.
Wellington Street Widening Streetscape for City of
London, London, Ontario* (Landscape
Architect/Project Manager)
Details on this project included the following: Streetscape
Master Plan; Concept Alternatives; Streetscape Design and
Working Drawings; Blocks:4; Budget: $1.350M.
Town of Strathroy Streetscape, Strathroy, Ontario*
(Landscape Architect/Project Manager)
Details on this project included the following: Streetscape
Master Plan; Concept Alternatives; Streetscape Design Phases
I, II, III; Supervision; Blocks:3; Budget: $380K.
Town of Kingsville Streetscape, Kingsville, Ontario*
(Landscape Architect/Project Manager)
Details on this project included the following: Streetscape
Master Plan; Concept Alternatives; Streetscape Design Phases
1, II and III; Supervision; Blocks:3; Budget: $380K.
Timmins Downtown Streetscape, Timmins, Ontario*
(Landscape Architect/Project Manager)
Details on this project included the following: Streetscape
Master Plan; Concept Alternatives; Streetscape Design Phases
I and II; Supervision; Blocks:10; Budget: $1M.
North Bay Downtown Streetscape, North Bay,
Ontario* (Landscape Architect/Project Manager)
Details on this project included the following: Conceptual
Design Study and Streetscape Master Plan; Concept
Alternatives; Streetscape Design Phases 1 and II; Civic
Parkette, Crosswalk and Parking Lot Design; Blocks: 5;
Budget: $1.150M.
Dundas Street East Corridor Greening Master Plan,
London, Ontario* (Landscape Architect/Project
Manager)
Details on this project included the following: Preparation of
Streetscape Master Plan for the implementation of street trees,
lighting, paving and raised plant areas; Public Meetings and
City Approvals; Full Working Drawings, Tendering and Site
Supervision; Blocks:3; Budget: $185K.
Perth Drive Improvements - University of Western
Ontario, London, Ontario* (Landscape
Architect/Project Manager)
Western Road Widening and Streetscape/Median
and Banner Pole Design, London, Ontario*
(Landscape Architect)
Transportation Planning
McNicoll TTC Bus Garage Facility, Scarborough,
Ontario (Project Manager/Landscape Architect)
Windsor Essex Parkway, Windsor, Ontario
(Landscape Architect)
P3 Pursuit of the 401 extension to the US border.
Sheppard TTC Maintenance Facility, Toronto,
Ontario (Landscape Architect)
P3 pursuit of a new LRT maintenance facility and storage
yard.
East Rail Maintenance Facility, Whitby, Ontario
(Landscape Architect)
P3 pursuit of a new GO maintenance building and storage
yard.
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Roberto Falcón M. Eng, P. Eng, LEED® AP
Structural Engineering Back Up
Mr. Falcón is a structural designer with more than 15 years of experience in the design of structures in reinforced
concrete and steel.
Mr. Falcón has participated in the design and review of industrial projects such as cement plants (CEMEX,
ESSROC, St Mary’s, Heidelberg Technology, FLSmith), automotive (TMMC, GMC, Honda), food Industry (Frito
Lay, POST Canada, Monaghan Mushrooms, KRAFT), renewable energy (SOLAR 1 USA, PCL Solar Farms, GESNER
Wind Farm, solar panel feasibility studies), commercial (Gemini Motors Subaru Auto Dealer, Kieswetter Motors
MAZDA Auto Dealer), electricity (ABB Kirkland Lake, Hydro One) institutional (Lutherwood Children’s Mental
Health, City of Cambridge Public Arenas, Conestoga College), waste management plants and water
treatment plants, as well as hotel buildings, residences, and inspection and rehabilitation of historical buildings.
His background includes foundation dynamic design for industrial equipment and wind turbines, finite element
modeling and analysis, fatigue analysis of reinforced concrete and steel, concrete rehabilitation and masonry
structural design. In addition, he has a strong working knowledge of national and local codes including NBCC,
OBC, CSA-S16, CSA-A23.3, CSA-A103.1 and international codes such as ACI318, IBC, CEB-FIP Model code 90.
EDUCATION
Masters of Engineering, University of Waterloo,
Waterloo, Ontario, 2007
Computer Science, University of Guadalajara,
Mexico City, Mexico, 1997
Masters of Education, University Autonoma of
Guadalajara, Mexico City, Mexico, 1998
Advanced Leadership Training, Haggai Institute,
Singapore, Singapore, 1989
Concrete Structures Design, ACI, Guadalajara,
Mexico, 1983
Earthquake Resistant Structures, University
Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico, 1979
Civil Engineering, University Autonoma of
Guadalajara, Mexico City, Mexico, 1978
Design of Foundations for Dynamic Loads. ASCE,
Philadelphia, USA, 2009
REGISTRATIONS
Professional Engineer #100120304, Professional
Engineers Ontario
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LEED Accredited Professional #NCM-E-1387,
Canada Green Building Council
Engineer #11622044, Ontario Society of Professional
Engineers
PROJECT EXPERIENCE
Manufacturing / Industrial Engineering
Waste Management Facility, Cambridge, Ontario
(Structural Design Engineer)
Structural design associated with a 117,000 sqft facility for
waste management in the city of Cambridge. The new facility
was created by re-using and adapting an existing building.
The renovation included the demolition of half of the existing
building with the inclusion of a new pre-engineered section
and the reinforcement of the remaining part of the building to
behave as one with the new addition. Design of the new
foundation and special seismic analysis and reinforcement for
the existing building were provided.
Waste Transfer Management Facility, Cambridge,
Ontario (Structural Design Engineer)
Structural review of slab deterioration of a waste transfer
facility. The exploration of the slab condition included microtopo analysis, chemical contamination analysis, cracking
survey, structural analysis review and study of alternate slab
remediation solutions with associated estimate costs.
Design with community in mind
Roberto Falcón M. Eng, P. Eng, LEED® AP
Structural Engineering Back Up
Zircatec-CAMECO, Port Hope, Ontario (Structural
Design Engineer), 2008-2009
US Steel Canada – Hamilton Works, Hamilton,
Ontario (Structural Design Engineer), 2008-2009
Several projects related to the expansion and up-date of the
Port Hope Plant, including review and reinforcing of existing
structures for new equipment in compliance with current
codes and standards. Design of platforms, wall openings, and
equipment foundations.
Several projects including design of a strong back which is
required for the removal and reinstallation of a 60 feet high
stripper tower, structural engineering analysis and design of
a 1 ton monorail, supports and new foundation, design of an
access ladder system for a new platform at a height of 28 m
above grade attached to the existing stack to service a new
proposed opacity meter and a hoist to service this platform.
Frito Lay, Cambridge, Ontario (Structural Design
Engineer)
Heat energy recovery project that required an analysis of the
structure from the roof to the foundations to evaluate and
later to design the reinforcement required to house the new
system. Design of diverse platforms to serve conveyors and
other equipment for new production lines.
Frito Lay, Suspended Slab Modeling, Cambridge,
Ontario (Structural Design Engineer)
3D Modeling and structural analysis of the existing suspended
slab of the production plant was performed in order to
evaluate its more accurate conditions after years of equipment
updates. The analysis was performed for a variety of static
and variable loads plus dynamic effects, reflecting the current
conditions. Each structural member and piece of equipment
was identified for future reference and beam utilization ratio
is kept updated to quickly evaluate the impact of new or
modified equipment in the slab. Frito Lay is using this model
for critical decisions in the plant.
Frito Lay, Ontario New Heat Exchanger
Replacement, Cambridge, Ontario (Structural
Design Engineer)
Stantec was retained by Frito Lay for the structural,
mechanical and electrical design to allow for a Heat exchange
to be replaced by a new more energy efficient equipment. The
work required to modify the roof supporting structure to
allow for taller equipment. The process required to minimize
interruptions and provide a new roof structural support
system during normal working conditions. The design of the
reinforcement and sequence of work was provided with all the
plant requirements.
Cultural, Religious & Public Assembly
City of Cambridge – Galt Arena Dehumidification
Design-Build Technical Specification Package,
Cambridge, Ontario (Structural Engineer)
Galt Arena’s existing dehumidification system is insufficient
for dehumidifying the arena leading to moisture and
condensation problems in the building. In order to preserve
the longest continuously operating arena in the world, the City
of Cambridge has decided to replace the existing system with a
new system with the goal of improving indoor air quality, ice
quality, operational efficiency, and reducing greenhouse gas
emissions.
Acted as structural engineer, interacting with mechanical and
electrical team.
City of Cambridge – Dolson Recreational Centre,
Cambridge, Ontario (Structural Engineer)
Renovation of office space and HVAC system for the facility.
Acted as structural engineer. Design and provide services
under construction.
City of Cambridge – Johnson Pool Recreational
Centre, Cambridge, Ontario (Structural Engineer)
Renovation of gymnasium and new HVAC system for the
facility.
Acted as structural engineer. Design and provide services
under construction.
TheMuseum, Kitchener, Ontario
Structural review of the existing structure to allow different
events and exhibitions. TheMuseum is located in an old
downtown building. Due to the nature of TheMuseum events,
the building structure has been reviewed to safely support
different types of temporal loads.
Victoria Park Improvements, Kitchener, Ontario
Steel and wood design of the boathouse deck renovation and
recreational area.
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Roberto Falcón M. Eng, P. Eng, LEED® AP
Structural Engineering Back Up
Lutherwood Children’s Mental Health (Structural
Design Engineer)
PCL’s 10MW Sunderland Solar Farm - Solar Project,
Ontario (Structural Designer)
Analysis and structural design of the 16,500 sq. ft. addition
that includes new reception, double height grand foyer,
spiritual centre and new educational facilities of the building
complex. Reinforcement and renovation of the existing
buildings.
Structural Design and support engineering for a 10MW
ground mount solar farm installation. Working directly with
site developer to assess and select PV Racking Tables, pile
designer and installer, develop Pile Testing Protocols and
acceptance criteria, review of code and standard compliance
(ASTM, Ontario Building Code National Building Code, CSA
applicable standards), full detailed structural engineering of
substation foundation design. This project is intended to
provide 10MW of renewable energy.
Power
Sunnyside Retirement Home, Kitchener, ON
Engineering services related to the design and specification
development for seven new heat recovery units of the
Sunnyside Home for the Edged Heat Recovery Project. Review
and analysis and design of the building structure for the new
equipment, and the supporting frames for the new equipment.
Owens Corning Canada, Scarborough, Ontario
(Structural Design Engineer), 2008
Detailed Engineering Services for the installation of a heat
recovery solution (reverse flow heat exchanger) intended to
provide tempered fresh air to the Furnace Hall in an attempt
to counter the existing pressure imbalance. Design and
reinforcement of the existing roof structure for new heat
recovery system.
Solar and Alternate Energy
PCL’s Brockville 1 -10MW Ground Mount Solar Farm,
Brockville, Ontario (Structural Engineer)
Foundation Design for transformers, breakers, e-houses and
other electrical equipment for the solar panel complex. Review
of helical piles and micro-piles for rack support. Review of
communication tower foundation. This project is intended to
provide 10MW of renewable energy.
PCL’s William Rutley -10MW Ground Mount Solar
Farm, Ingleside, Ontario (Structural Engineer)
Structural Design and support engineering for a 10MW
ground mount solar farm installation. Working directly with
site developer to assess and select PV Racking Tables, pile
designer and installer, develop Pile Testing Protocols and
acceptance criteria, review of code and standard compliance
(ASTM, Ontario Building Code National Building Code, CSA
applicable standards), full detailed structural engineering of
substation foundation design. This project is intended to
provide 10MW of renewable energy.
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Canadian Solar Solutions. Review of the 6X PV
module (Structural Design)
Study to optimize the design of the 6X PV module produced by
Canadian Solar and used in Solar Farms worldwide. Activities
included: Estimate the maximum critical load combination
that a PV module I may support in Ontario, California and
Japan based on local building codes and best practices.
Develop a computerized tool to estimate the maximum
pressure due to local wind, snow and self-weight in several
regions of interest in North America and Asia. Create a Finite
Element Analysis model of the panel with different support
types and locations. Compare and evaluate diverse
alternatives to the design of the PV Module produced by
Canadian Solar to optimize cost and safety.
31 Rooftop Solar Projects, Various Locations,
Ontario
Provide structural feasibility study, detail engineering,
racking ballast design and construction support.
PCL’s Brockville 2 -9MW Ground Mount Solar Farm,
Brockville, Ontario (Structural Engineer)
Foundation Design for transformers, breakers, e-houses and
other electrical equipment for the solar panel complex. Review
of helical piles and micro-piles for rack support. Review of
communication tower foundation. This project is intended to
provide 9MW of renewable energy
PCL’s CS1 – 8.5MW Ground Mount Solar Farm,
Napanee, Ontario (Structural Engineer)
Foundation Design for transformers, breakers, e-houses and
other electrical equipment for the solar panel complex. Review
of helical piles and micro-piles for rack support. Review pile
testing protocols and acceptance criteria. Review of
communication tower foundation. This project is intended to
provide 8.5MW of renewable energy.
Roberto Falcón M. Eng, P. Eng, LEED® AP
Structural Engineering Back Up
PCL’s Burritts Rapids -7MW Ground Mount Solar
Farm, Ottawa, Ontario (Structural Engineer)
Foundation Design for transformers, breakers, e-houses and
other electrical equipment for the solar panel complex. Review
of piles, micro-piles and rock sockets for rack support. Review
pile testing protocols and acceptance criteria. Review of
communication tower foundation. This project is intended to
provide 7MW of renewable energy.
PCL, Recurrent Solar Projects, Ontario (Design,
Structural Lead)
Design and structural coordination for design-build team with
PCL for (14) 3.5-10MW solar farms, including construction
support and hands-on coordination to multiple teams working
on 14 solar farm projects concurrently. Responsibilities
included PV Racking table design review, pile testing and
design review, design foundation of main transformers with
oil spill containment pit based on the Ministry of Environment
requirements for fifty year storm and snow accumulation,
foundation design of main breaker and substation equipment,
review foundation of 100’ high communication towers,
coordination with other disciplines, and on-site and off-site
construction support. Structural design and review activities
included review compliance with Canadian Foundation
Engineering Manual, Ontario Building Code and National
Building Code. Locations included Midhurst 2, Midhurst 3,
Midhurst 4, Midhurst 6, Smiths Falls 1, Smiths Falls 3, Smiths
Falls 4, Orillia 1, Orillia 2, Orillia 3, Adelaide 1, Breen 2,
Ingersoll 1, Sunningdale 1.
PENN Energy Round 2 Solar Farms (Design,
Structural Lead)
Structural Design and Engineering support for four large
ground mount solar farm installations across Ontario (6.510MW). Working directly with owner and site developer to
assess and select PV Racking table foundations, develop Pile
tests procedures, testing regimes and acceptance criteria, full
detailed engineering and support for main transformer
foundations, including oil spill containment pit and Ministry
of Environment site requirements for discharge control and
main breaker foundations. Structural responsibilities include
scheduling, coordination of design teams and working directly
with client’s PM. Locations include Kawartha Lakes, Brant
County and Port Hope, Ontario.
PENN Energy Round 1 Solar Farms (Structural Lead)
Provide owner’s engineer services directly to end-client for
design-build delivery projects. Technical review of project
design drawings, pile testing and foundation design, and
structural reviews at various stages of design such as 50%,
90% and IFC. Locations include Edwardsburg, Hamilton and
Glengarry, Ontario.
Saturn Power Inc. / David Brown Solar Farm (Design,
Structural Lead)
Structural Design and support Engineering for a 10MW
ground mount solar farm installation near Cornwall, Ontario.
Working directly with site developer to assess and select PV
Racking Table pile designer and installer, develop Pile Testing
Protocols and acceptance criteria, review of code and
standard compliance (ASTM, Ontario Building Code National
Building Code, CSA applicable standards), full detailed
structural engineering of substation foundation design, EHouse foundation design, and tendering support for general
contractor.
Algonquin Power – 10MW Solar Farm, Cornwall,
Ontario (Structural Engineer)
Providing owner’s structural engineering to this developer for
their FIT-contracted 10MW solar farm in Cornwall, Ontario.
Activities included working with owner to assess and select PV
Racking table foundations, develop Pile tests procedures,
testing protocols and acceptance criteria, review pile
installation procedures and testing, full detailed engineering
and support for main transformer foundations including oil
spill containment pit and Ministry of Environment site
requirements for discharge control, main breaker
foundations, Inverter Houses and E-house Foundation design.
JCM Solar Panel Feasibility Studies, Ontario
A diverse of structures has been studied to assess the feasibility
of solar panel installation, recommending options based on
the structure reserved load capacity. Studies are based on
existing documents or by the analysis of the structure after
information is acquired at site.
PCL’s Napanee, Brockville1 and William Rutley
10MW Solar Farms, Ontario
Foundation design of transformers, breakers, e-houses and
other electrical equipment for the solar panel complex. Review
of piles, micro-piles and rock sockets for rack support. Each
project is intended to provide 10MW of renewable energy.
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Roberto Falcón M. Eng, P. Eng, LEED® AP
Structural Engineering Back Up
SOLAR 2, El Centro, California (Structural Engineer)
Client: SOLAR 2
ABB. Inc. - MVar Static Var Compensator, Kirkland
Lake, Ontario (Structural Design Engineer)
Took part on a multi-disciplinary team to study the feasibility
of a Solar Plant Facility to transform solar energy into
electricity throughout a safe and green approach of zero
pollution. Analyzed the relevant structural design codes
relevant to the State of California, USA. The project is intended
to have the capacity of a nuclear generator.
Structural foundation design, associated with the preengineered building, two transformer foundation pits, and
diverse sub-station equipment for a new 1-230 kV, -100/+300
MVar Static Var Compensator in Kirkland Lake, Ontario. The
unique soil conditions required the use of rock anchors for
foundations down to 4.5 m and piles for deeper foundations
(transformer pits).
Diverse 10MW Solar Farms, Ontario
Foundation design of transformers, breakers, e-houses and
other electrical equipment for the solar panel complex. Review
of piles, micro-piles and rock sockets for rack support. Projects
include Alfred, Aria Light, Beam Light, Discovery Light,
Earthlight, Foto Light, Illumination, Lily Park, Lunar, Oro,
among others. Each project is intended to provide 10MW of
renewable energy.
Wastewater
Government of Jalisco, Mexico* (Structural Design
Engineer)
Designed reinforced concrete waste water treatment plants
(rapid sand filters, aeration tanks, flash mixing tank, sludge
drying beds, recycling tanks), machinery-house, and
additional structures.
Wind Power
Gesner Wind Farm – Foundation Design (10 MW),
Ingleside, Ontario (Structural Engineer)
Dynamic analysis and design of 90m tall wind turbine
foundation. Analysis included soil-foundation dynamic
interaction, stability and fatigue analysis of the reinforced
concrete, with special emphasis in the connection towerfooting for extreme load cases. Bolt-tightness maintenance
program and quality control.
Port Dover (Nanticoke) 104 MW Wind Turbine Farm,
Port Dover, Ontario (Structural Engineer)
Review of design requirements for wind turbine foundations
and design of foundations for varying types of soil conditions.
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Power Transmission & Distribution
Niagara Region Wind Corporation - 115kV/230MW
Niagara Wind Farm, Ontario (Overhead
Transmission Line Lead Designer)
Performed engineering activities: geotechnical analysis
specifications for the 44 km transmission line, pole location
studies, steel pole framing design review, 30m tall pole
foundation design, structural design vaults for the 4.0 km
underground transmission line section, concrete encasement
for underground cable ducts, design of duct bank crossings
with railways, highways, rivers and other services. Structural
design of steel and concrete structures and foundations for
electrical equipment and cable support of substations,
switching station and transition from overhead to
underground power transmission stations. Coordinate with
different disciplines.
Aylmer TS Substation, Aylmer, Ontario (Structural
Engineer)
GIS building structural design. Design of foundations for preengineered building and electrical equipment support on
suspended slab. Coordination with mechanical and electrical
teams.
Jaimie Ross Handscomb P.Eng.
Senior Mechanical Engineer / Project Manager
Jaimie takes on many roles - Mechanical Team Lead, Senior Mechanical Engineer, Project Manager, Principal,
Mentor - each equally vital to the integrated team environment at Stantec.
He is a recognized leader in mechanical engineering design, analysis and management of industrial and
manufacturing facilities. With a focus on process, equipment and facility HVAC design, Jaimie's experience
ranges from indoor air quality and multiphase mechanical piping systems to industrial equipment and conveyor
operation and safety issues.
Jaimie has worked for numerous iconic automotive manufacturers over the course of his 20-year career. He
strategically partners with clients to provide design for assembly, body, and paint shop HVAC; vehicle exhaust
systems; assembly plant testing equipment; and power train facilities.
Bringing a broad industrial perspective, Jaimie provides mechanical design services for various manufacturing
facilities including ammonia, gasoline, diesel, glycol, brake fluid, solvent, piping and tank farms. He specializes
in facility design relative to industrial ventilation, process piping, process cooling water, HVAC and code
compliance. Also, he conducts utility studies and ventilation studies with regards to air balance and
contaminates control.
Jaimie collaborates well with his clients, industrial partners, contractors, and suppliers as well as regulatory
agencies such as the TSSA (Technical Standards and Safety Authority), Ministry of Labour, and Ministry of the
Environment. Just a call away, Jaimie stands ready to respond to clients for site visits and discussions to quickly
resolve challenges with creative and realistic answers.
EDUCATION
Bachelor of Applied Science, Mechanical
Engineering, University of Waterloo, Waterloo,
Ontario, 1995
Technical Development Program, Carrier
Corporation, Farmington Hills, Michigan, 2001
REGISTRATIONS
Professional Consulting Engineer #3802, Professional
Engineers Ontario
Professional Engineer #90511759, Professional
Engineers Ontario
Professional Engineer #34314, Engineers
Geoscientists Manitoba
Professional Engineer #121915, Association of
Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta
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MEMBERSHIPS
Member, International Society for Pharmaceutical
Engineering
Member, American Society of Heating,
Refrigerating & Air-Conditioning Engineers
Member, Engineers Geoscientists Manitoba
Member, Association of Professional Engineers and
Geoscientists of Alberta
Member, Toronto Chapter, Canada Green Building
Council
Professional Member, Ontario Society of
Professional Engineers
Member, Professional Engineers Ontario
Design with community in mind
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Senior Mechanical Engineer / Project Manager
PROJECT EXPERIENCE
Maintenance Facilities
Hydro One Networks Inc. – Belleville Operations
Centre, Belleville, Ontario (Senior Mechanical
Engineer)
Stantec provided civil, architectural, structural, mechanical,
and electrical engineering design services for this challenging
design bid build refit of an existing 2,865 s.m. building and 3.6
ha site. Provided senior engineering support for the
completion of the energy model of the new office space to
determine heat loads and ventilation requirements. Supported
the mechanical HVAC design for the entire renovated building,
which included sizing and selection of all HVAC units and
exhaust fans. Reviewed AutoCAD drawings of the HVAC
system layout. Interaction with other disciplines to ensure
smooth project execution and thorough design.
City of Cambridge – Public Works Maintenance
Area Refit: Design Build, Cambridge, Ontario
(Senior Mechanical Engineer)
Stantec provided the architectural and engineering services
associated with the preparation of a design build package
including outline specifications and illustrative floor plans for
the proposed refit.
Provided senior engineering support to the mechanical team
including design suggestions and peer review of final
drawings and specifications.
Hydro One Networks Inc. - New Southwest Fleet
Maintenance and Transmission Lines Operations
Centre, St. Thomas, Ontario (Senior Mechanical
Engineer)
Stantec provided multi-discipline engineering and design
services for two (2) new facilities – each with a distinct and
separate project with unique user requirements.
Led the mechanical design for the entire project including
vehicle exhaust extraction system, dilution calculations for
safe vehicle operations, office HVAC design, plumbing
modifications, compressed air modifications, hot pressure
washer piping system, trench drain, and fire suppression
design. Reviewed and developed the mechanical drawing
package to ensure all systems were effectively communicated
between disciplines internally and to the contractor for
installation.
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Hydro One Networks Inc. - New GTA Operations
Centre, Mississauga, Ontario (Senior Mechanical
Engineer)
Stantec provided civil, architectural, structural, mechanical,
and electrical engineering design services. The facility is
designed to accommodate three (3) distinct operating groups
including transmission lines, fleet maintenance, and fleet
administration for up to ninety (90) personnel. Led the
mechanical design for the entire project including vehicle
exhaust extraction system, dilution calculations for safe
vehicle operations, office HVAC design, plumbing
modifications, compressed air modifications, hot pressure
washer piping system, heated slab system, trench drain, and
fire suppression design. Reviewed and developed the
mechanical drawing package to ensure all systems were
effectively communicated between disciplines internally and to
the contractor for installation.
City of Cambridge – Public Works Infrastructure
Upgrades, Cambridge, Ontario (Senior Mechanical
Engineer)
Provided project management assistance, design direction,
and review for the second floor office renovations to the public
works garage. Renovations included HVAC, plumbing and
drainage, and a new living wall. Project also included the
addition of an LULA elevator and mechanical room, drainage
and oil interceptor design for the heavy equipment indoor
parking area, and new rainwater collection system. Provided
preliminary design for the truck wash area to reuse rainwater
to wash 100 heavy duty trucks per week with an average
water savings of 190,000 gallons per year.
Facilities Engineering
Sun Life Financial Inc. – Electrical Enhancement,
Waterloo, Ontario (Lead Mechanical Engineer)
Sunlife invested in a new generator to improve the electrical
infrastructure to the data centre in order to create a more
robust system with an improved uptime rating.
Provided design support and direction for the mechanical
engineering services to improve the electrical infrastructure to
the Data Centre in order to create a more robust system with
an improved uptime rating.
Jaimie Ross Handscomb P.Eng.
Senior Mechanical Engineer / Project Manager
City of Windsor – Multi-Modal Cargo Development
– Windsor International Airport, Windsor, Ontario
(Program Manager)
The City of Windsor, in collaboration with the University of
Windsor and Windsor International Airport, wanted to
develop and expand an advanced logistics/border security
economic cluster in the Windsor Essex region. As part of this
project, they wanted to construct three buildings; a cargo
handling facility, a FedEx facility, and an IBLS building.
Stantec was chosen to complete the design work associated
with all three buildings. Provided program management
support for the City of Windsor team, as well as for the design
of the three facilities. Responsible for coordinating with our
Windsor and Kitchener multi-discipline teams. Reviewed the
designs and was the primary contact with the clients (City of
Windsor, FedEx, the Windsor Airport and the University of
Windsor) for the Architectural, Mechanical, Electrical and
Structural work performed. Reviewed and provided guidance
for the 30, 60, 90 and 100% design drawings and was
responsible for the design packages, the budget and schedule.
Design was completed in 9 months and budget for the three
projects was $8 million.
Bruce Power L.P. – Architectural, Engineering and
Project Management Services for the Centre of Site
Building Solutions Program Requirements Definition
at Bruce Power, Tiverton, Ontario (Senior
Mechanical Engineering and Peer Review Support)
Bruce Power selected Stantec to provide architectural,
engineering and PM services for their Centre of Site Building
Solutions Program. Provided Senior Mechanical support and
peer review providing Building Standards for their
renovated/expanded learning centre, new health physics lab
and renovated Bruce ‘A’ Technical Centre. Building standards
include latest state of the art mechanical system design for
their offices, classrooms, shops and simulations rooms.
Collaborated with Bruce Power’s staff on system
configurations through user group meetings and discussions.
Ministry of Transportation - Highway 69 Patrol Yard
at Highway 637 Interchange - Design Build Project,
Sudbury, Ontario (Senior Mechanical Engineer)
As part of a design-build team, Stantec provided multidiscipline engineering and design for the facility which
included a 12,000 SF building with a four bay vehicle storage
area, office space, and a 13,200 SF sand/salt storage building.
Provided senior engineering support for the completion of an
energy model of the new office space to determine heat loads
and ventilation requirements. Reviewed the mechanical HVAC
design for the entire renovated building, which included sizing
and selection of all HVAC units and exhaust fans. Review and
sealing of AutoCAD drawings of the HVAC system, plumbing
and drainage, and fire protection, including the exterior
propane storage system.
Waste Management Cambridge Facility,
Cambridge, Ontario (Senior Mechanical Engineer)
Participated on the team to complete the mechanical design
associated with a 117,000 SF facility for waste management in
the City of Cambridge. The new facility was created by reusing and adapting an existing building. The renovation
involved the demolition of half of the existing building. Project
included a new pre-engineered section and the reinforcement
of the remaining part of the building to behave as one with the
new addition. Design of heating and industrial ventilation,
plumbing, and fire protection was a requirement of this
industrial facility.
Provided senior mechanical engineering support and QC/QA
support for the design.
City of Cambridge - Phase II Capital Funding
Projects, Cambridge, Ontario (Senior Mechanical
Engineer)
Designed and directed a new oil storage room complete with
central oil distribution. Refreshed the men’s shower facilities,
complete with new hot water tank and improved exhaust
ventilation. Improved maintenance pit ventilation was also
included in the design package.
3M Canada Inc. - Calendar Process Heater
Replacement Design, London, Ontario (Project
Manager / Senior Mechanical Support)
3M Canada Inc. invested in a study on the current duct tape
calendar steam system with an independent source of heat
energy to meet the requirements of the heating needs of the
roll equipment. Reviewed the proposed equipment and
systems to 3M by their vendors, and the existing process flow
diagram, pro’s/con’s list and opinions of probable cost.
Reviewed mechanical design drawings that included the new
circulation heater and nitrogen blanket to maintain
pressurization. Project Value: $25,000.
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Senior Mechanical Engineer / Project Manager
City of Cambridge - Public Works 2nd Floor Addition
and Elevator, Cambridge, Ontario (Senior
Mechanical Engineer)
Due to centralization of public work facilities and manpower,
the City of Cambridge required to expand their existing facility
and provide upgrades to the HVAC systems and building
conditions. Provided management, design direction, and
project review for the renovation of the existing public works
facility to add offices to the 2nd floor area complete with
HVAC, plumbing and drainage, new LULA elevator
mechanical room and new green wall.
Manufacturing / Industrial Engineering
Bundle Manufacturing System Risk Assessment, Port
Hope, Ontario (Senior Mechanical Engineer)
Client required a risk assessment be performed for their
sintering furnaces and the associated ventilation system. The
furnaces are used to sinter nuclear fuel pellets and the process
produces hazardous off gases and dusts which must be
captured by the ventilation system.
Provided senior engineering support and review for the
preparation and completion of the risk assessment.
Hydrogen Piping Distribution System Risk
Assessment, Peterborough, Ontario (Senior
Mechanical Engineer)
GE Hitachi Nuclear Canada currently has hydrogen process
gas piped to several process furnaces. Client asked Stantec to
review their system for current code compliance and to check
that safeguards are in place to mitigate hazards.
Provided senior engineering support and review for the risk
assessment for the sintering process, hazardous area
classification drawings, and the fire protection system
evaluation.
Steam Boiler Replacement, Guelph, Ontario
(Project Manager)
The steam boilers at the Owens Corning plant in Guelph are
aged and inefficient. Client decided to replace the steam
boilers with a new system to provide steam and hot water to
their mixing process. Stantec investigated several options for
the boiler replacement and provided opinions of probable cost
for the options.
Provided senior engineering and peer review support for the
investigation for replacing the existing steam boilers.
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Walkthrough Energy Audits, Cambridge, Ontario
(Senior Mechanical Engineer)
Stantec completed an energy audit which was 50% funded
through the Ontario Power Authority (OPA).
Provided peer review and senior engineering support to the
team completing the site investigation and making energy
improvement recommendations. The challenge on the project
was to complete the assessment of an approximate 200,000
SF facility and understand the process to make viable
recommendations. Completed within budget and identified
process changes that would result in reducing their main
energy user by approximately 30%.
Forefront Innovative Technologies – Project Apollo
(continued), Cambridge, Ontario (Mechanical
Engineer)
Stantec produced facility and process structural, mechanical
and electrical drawings, and met with the local Fire Marshall,
City planners and the Building Department to assist with the
review process and streamline the approvals which were on
the critical path to start of production.
Responsible for design of the mechanical HVAC drawings,
plumbing and process piping, and its impact to various
authorities having jurisdiction. Project Value: $582,000.
Cameco Fuel Manufacturing Inc. - Bundle
Manufacturing System Risk Assessment, Port Hope,
Ontario (Senior Mechanical Engineer)
Client required a risk assessment be performed for their
sintering furnaces and the associated ventilation system. The
furnaces are used to sinter nuclear fuel pellets and the process
produces hazardous off gases and dusts which must be
captured by the ventilation system.
Provided peer review and senior engineering support for the
Risk Assessment team.
Owens Corning Canada LP – Steam Boiler
Replacement, Glass Plant Evaluation, Guelph,
Ontario (Project Manager)
The steam boilers at the Owens Corning plant in Guelph are
aged and inefficient. Client decided to replace the steam
boilers with a new system to provide steam and hot water to
their mixing process. Stantec investigated several options for
the boiler replacement and provided opinions of probable cost
for the options. Project Manager for the team that investigated
several options for replacing the existing steam boilers.
Obtained quotes and pricing from equipment suppliers for all
the options.
Jaimie Ross Handscomb P.Eng.
Senior Mechanical Engineer / Project Manager
Baumeier Corporation – Welding Ventilation Study,
Cambridge, Ontario (Mechanical Engineer)
Client operates a metal fabrication shop in Cambridge where
they perform custom welding for their customers. The welding
area does not have any ventilation and is therefore not code
compliant. Stantec performed an initial assessment of the
ventilation requirements and provided a report with the
recommendations of the study. Provided engineering support
for the ventilation rate calculations to determine outdoor air
requirements for the space. Peer reviewed report outlining
requirements, options, cost estimates, and recommendations.
Aecon Construction and Materials Limited /
Dufferin Construction Company - Liquid Asphalt
Storage and Mixing Facility, Hamilton, Ontario
(Project Manager / Senior Mechanical Engineer)
Aecon Construction and Materials Limited (Aecon) and
Dufferin Construction Company (Dufferin) formed a joint
venture for the construction of a liquid asphalt storage and
mixing facility. The liquid asphalt mixing plant is located on
the Hamilton Port Authority Lands in Hamilton, Ontario.
The facility includes construction of four (4) 100 ft. diameter
storage tanks, four (4) 30 ft. diameter storage tanks, a
polymer blending plant, hot oil system, truck offloading
facility, and a spill containment berm. An existing rail spur
line and barge operation also forms part of the operation.
Stantec was responsible for reviewing the design performed
by another firm for code compliance.
Forefront Innovative Technologies - Project Apollo,
Cambridge, Ontario (Mechanical Engineer)
Stantec provided multi-discipline design and was Engineer-ofRecord for the facility and process design of a new 100,000 sf
solar panel manufacturing plant to be installed within an
existing warehouse in Cambridge ON. Client's solar panel
manufacturing process lines were being relocated from a
plant in California to Ontario to meet the Ontario Power
Authority’s Feed In Tariff program requirements in the
Ontario renewable energy market. Stantec confirmed
functional requirements of the various systems, provided
value engineering services, and performed area classification
drawings. Designed firewall separations and ventilation
solutions. Reviewed and changed the process control and
instrumentation diagrams. Proposed dual-walled piping
systems to meet local building and fire code regulations and
requirements.
Fieldcraft Engineering Ltd. – Technical Standards
and Safety Authority Documentation*, Windsor,
Ontario (Project Engineer)
Reviewed the piping design for a diverse range of clients.
Completed Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA)
registration documentation. Reviewed the sub-components
used by clients and provided recommendations for changes to
the material/component selection in order to reduce potential
issues during the testing and inspection states.
Concour Mold – Relocation*, Windsor, Ontario
(Consulting Engineer)
Due to the expansion of Concour Mold’s business, they were in
the process of expanding their facilities and wanted to
understand any potential issues and procedures that may
need to be addressed prior to expansion.
Reviewed the existing facility and met with the client's
engineering personnel to review the current and new facility
layouts and operations. Provided recommendations with
respect to process and ventilation requirements,
environmental, hygiene, and health and safety concerns at
their existing and potential new locations.
Detail Engineering/Design (Transportation)
East Rail Maintenance Facility, Whitby, Ontario
(Senior Engineering and Peer Review Support)
This was a P3 project in conjunction with Bird Contractor &
Go-Train for a multi- track/station for Go-Trains to service
and fill engines and passenger cars. Our mechanical team
created over 100 drawings for pricing and presentation of the
utilities and plumbing to hopefully win the project to
commence final design in January 2015.
* denotes projects completed with other firms
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Craig Dart P.Eng.
Electrical Engineering Back Up
Thorough. Complete. Logical. Clients are confident that Craig will deliver astute recommendations on how to
implement additional power capacity for industrial, commercial, and utility installations, as well as ensure that
the facility will meet current and future electrical needs.
While his main focus is on the engineering and design of complete building electrical systems, Craig brings
nearly 20 years of experience providing electrical design services to clients in the industrial, commercial,
institutional, automotive, food and beverage, and pharmaceuticals industries. He has direct, hands-on
experience working with complete hazardous area classifications, arc flash studies, fire alarm and security
designs, and transmission line designs.
An excellent coordinator and communicator, Craig works well with his colleagues across disciplines so that all
equipment has the proper electrical connections. He is always well prepared when meeting with clients and
can answer questions, succinctly.
EDUCATION
Electrical Engineering, University of Waterloo,
Waterloo, Ontario, 1996
REGISTRATIONS
Professional Engineer #90472556, Professional
Engineers Ontario
Professional Engineer #M91073, Association of
Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta
PROJECT EXPERIENCE
Facilities Engineering
Ministry of Transportation - Highway 69 Patrol Yard
at Highway 637 Interchange - Design Build Project,
Sudbury, Ontario (Electrical Engineer)
As part of a design-build team, Stantec provided multidiscipline engineering and design for the facility which
included a 12,000 SF building with a four bay vehicle storage
area, office space, and a 13,200 SF sand/salt storage building.
Led the electrical design including service design, interior and
site lighting, and power.
City of Cambridge - Phase I Capital Funding
Projects, Cambridge, Ontario (Electrical Engineer)
Client: City of Cambridge
As part of a dynamic team of Construction Managers and City
staff, Stantec provided consulting engineering services for a
variety of fast-track capital projects totaling up to $7-8M at
the City of Cambridge under the Infrastructure Stimulus Fund
program.
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Includes upgrades at its main Public Works (PW) facility
valued at up to $4.2M, Galt Arena up to $2M, and two (2)
community pools up to $2M.
The two community pools were upgraded for energy
efficiencies which included their mechanical systems. One pool
had a geothermal system put in to provide heating,
dehumidification, cooling, and hot water for parts of the
facility. In addition, the pools were upgraded architecturally
and lights were upgraded for efficiency.
Completed the electrical design including lights, power, and all
of the equipment connections.
Maintenance Facilities
East Rail Maintenance Facility, Ontario
Disciplinary Lead and Sealing Engineer for the successful P3
bid that will consist of a new GO Train Maintenance Facility
in Whitby. The project includes a 500,000 sq. ft LEED Gold
building for maintaining GO
Transit Locomotives and Coach Cars, and then design for
future electrification.
Hydro One Networks Inc. - New GTA Operations
Centre, Mississauga, Ontario (Electrical Engineer)
Client: Hydro One Networks Inc.
Stantec provided civil, architectural, structural, mechanical,
and electrical engineering design services. The facility is
designed to accommodate three (3) distinct operating groups
including transmission lines, fleet maintenance, and fleet
administration for up to ninety (90) personnel.
The project includes extensive renovations to three (3) floors of
the existing facility, as well as a new mixed-use storage and
workshop outbuilding on the same site. Other upgrades
include a new multi-vehicle exhaust extraction system for the
maintenance garage, and heated outdoor heavy-duty truck
wash with hot water pressure wash system.
Design with community in mind
Craig Dart P.Eng.
Electrical Engineering Back Up
As the Electrical Lead and sealing engineer, met with the user
groups to determine specific electrical requirements. He
developed the power distribution, lighting, and security
layouts for all areas including office, shop/washbay, and site
plan.
As the Electrical Lead and sealing engineer, met with the user
groups to determine specific electrical requirements. For both
buildings and the addition, provided the power distribution,
lighting, and security layouts for all areas including office,
shop/washbay, and site plan.
Hydro One Networks Inc. – Belleville Operations
Centre, Belleville, Ontario (Electrical Engineer)
Client: Hydro One Networks Inc.
Military Infrastructure
Department of National Defence - CFB Borden
Aircraft Refinishing Facility, Borden, Ontario (Project
Manager)
Client: Department of National Defence
Stantec provided civil, architectural, structural, mechanical,
and electrical engineering design services for this challenging
design bid build refit of an existing 2,865 s.m. building and 3.6
ha site.
The facility is designed to accommodate three (3) distinct
operating groups including transmission lines, fleet
maintenance, and fleet administration for up to eighty (80)
personnel. The project includes extensive renovations to two
(2) floors of the existing facility, 65 s.m. building addition to
accommodate a new elevator, and the greenfield development
of the adjacent 1.8 ha site to expand the storage yard,
complete with new site access and stormwater management
pond.
Other upgrades include a new multi-vehicle exhaust extraction
system for the maintenance garage, and a new 4T bridge
crane and indoor heavy-duty truck wash with hot water
pressure wash system.
Led the electrical design including service upgrades, lighting,
power, and fire alarm upgrades.
Hydro One Networks Inc. - New Southwest Fleet
Maintenance and Transmission Lines Operations
Centre, St. Thomas, Ontario (Electrical Engineer)
Client: Hydro One Networks Inc.
Stantec provided multi-discipline engineering and design
services for two (2) new facilities – each with a distinct and
separate project with unique user requirements.
The Fleet facility upgrades included a new heavy-duty wash
bay, a new multi-vehicle exhaust extraction system,
modifications to the existing central oil distribution system, as
well as barrier-free upgrades to the administration offices, site
access, and security upgrades.
The Transmission Lines facility upgrades included a 4,000 SF
building office addition and renovations to 3,000 SF of
existing office and welfare space.
Shop improvements included upgrading the compressed air
system and providing a new workshop. Site improvements
included a yard circulation plan, improved access control and
security, block heaters, and explosive storage compound.
The client's primary main goal was to upgrade Building A-243
to comply with current health and safety requirements for
painting, composite and fiberglass material handling, repair,
refinishing, and decontamination areas. Upgrades included
building expansion to accommodate new washrooms,
classrooms, and alterations to existing painting and paint
mixing rooms.
As the Electrical Lead and sealing engineer, met with the user
groups to determine specific electrical requirements. He
developed the power distribution, lighting, security layouts,
and the hazardous area classification of the paint booth.
Manufacturing / Industrial Engineering
Aecon Construction and Materials Limited /
Dufferin Construction Company - Liquid Asphalt
Storage and Mixing Facility, Hamilton, Ontario
(Electrical Engineer)
Aecon Construction and Materials Limited (Aecon) and
Dufferin Construction Company (Dufferin) formed a joint
venture for the construction of a liquid asphalt storage and
mixing facility. The liquid asphalt mixing plant is located on
the Hamilton Port Authority Lands in Hamilton, Ontario.
The facility includes construction of four (4) 100 ft. diameter
storage tanks, four (4) 30 ft. diameter storage tanks, a
polymer blending plant, hot oil system, truck offloading
facility, and a spill containment berm. An existing rail spur
line and barge operation also forms part of the operation.
Stantec was responsible for reviewing the design performed
by another firm for code compliance.
Reviewed supplier’s drawings for thorough design and code
compliance. Designed main power distribution from Port
Authority to vendor supplied equipment. Also completed site
lighting and grounding designs and completed site surveys.
Reviewed all vendor design drawings for compliance with the
Ontario Electrical Safety Code. Provided site support to the
client throughout construction and installation.
* denotes projects completed with other firms
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Craig Dart P.Eng.
Electrical Engineering Back Up
Danzer Services - Pre-Start Health and Safety
Reviews (PSHSR) (Project Engineer)
Client: Danzer Services
Performed PSHSR's at the Durham, Ontario; Pennsylvania;
and Aalst, Belgium plants.
Johnson Controls - Manufacturing Facility, Whitby,
Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: Johnson Controls
Design for new 340,000 SF manufacturing facility with
40,000 SF of office space. Project included the design of
power, lighting, and distribution for a new dashboard
assembly plant which included the provision for backup power
for the entire facility.
Power
Waterloo North Hydro Inc. - Hawksville Road Pole
Line Replacement, Waterloo, Ontario (Project
Engineer)
Client: Waterloo North Hydro Inc.
Rebuild of existing 27.6kV pole line along Hawksvile Road
(4.3km).
Provided electrical design in accordance with USF standards
and Waterloo North Hydro requirements. Provided
construction drawings including required elevation details for
non-standard construction.
Wastewater
City of Hamilton - Waste Water Treatment Plant,
Hamilton, Ontario (Project Engineer)
Client: City of Hamilton
Provided electrical engineering services for ventilation
upgrades for existing tunnels.
City of Windsor - Lou Romano Waste Water
Treatment Plant, Windsor, Ontario (Project
Engineer)
Client: City of Windsor
27.6 kV outdoor substation design for new facility.
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Adam Behrendorff BENG Hons, BSc (Econ & Fin) Hons, MBA, MIEAus
IT / Communications Back Up
Adam has considerable experience designing electrical systems for healthcare and critical facilities his
experience covers electrical distribution, communication systems, lighting, generation systems (PV, battery,
diesel & gas), dry fire systems, and intelligent building control systems. An analytical thinker with a broad range
of technical expertise including; procurement methodologies, project planning and feasibility, project design
and contract management
Adam is a team player who has project management and multi-discipline engineering design management
experience for small and large construction projects.
EDUCATION
1 William Street*, Brisbane, Australia (Electrical
Engineer)
Master of Business Administration (MBA), University
of Queensland, Queensland, Australia, 2014
$600M Construction
Bachelor of Science (Economics and Finance),
London School of Economics - Via UOL
International Program, London, England, 2015
Education
RMIT University, Multiple Projects*, Melbourne,
Australia (Electrical Engineer)
Bachelor of Electrical Engineering (with Honours),
University of Queensland, Queensland, Australia,
2002
Building the Education Revolution (Multiple
Projects)*, Australia (Electrical Engineer)
PROJECT EXPERIENCE
Broadmeadows Secondary College*, Melbourne,
Australia (Electrical Engineer)
Justice
Kingaroy Police Station*, Kingaroy, Australia
(Electrical Engineer)
$10M Construction
Dhurringile Prison Extension*, Dhurringile, Australia
(Electrical Engineer)
$20M Construction
Industrial
Plumbing Institute Climate Action Centre*, Victoria,
Australia (Electrical Engineer)
$10M Construction
Commercial
180 Ann street*, Brisbane, Australia (Value
Management)
$300M Construction
Energex Headquarters*, Newstead, Australia
(Electrical Engineer)
$20M Construction
Queensland University of Technology FIFA grade I
sportsfield and Carpark*, Queensland, Australia
(Electrical Engineer)
$10M Construction
Albert Park Secondary College*, Albert Park,
Australia (Electrical Engineer)
$20M Construction
University of South Australia electrical metering*,
Adelaide, Australia (Electrical Engineer)
Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
(multiple projects)*, Queensland University
(Electrical Engineer)
University of Melbourne, Multiple Projects*,
Melbourne, Australia (Electrical Engineer)
$150M Construction
* denotes projects completed with other firms
Design with community in mind
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Diana Visic P.Eng, M.BEnv (SustDev), LEED AP O&M
Sustainable Building Consultant
Diana currently has over nine years of professional experience in sustainable design and project management.
Since graduating with her Engineering degree from Toronto and her Masters of Sustainability degree from
Australia, Diana has been exposed to a number of sustainability projects in a range of sectors.
Diana’s international experience with green building ratings systems have allowed her to learn of international
best practices in sustainability while working with various green building rating systems- including LEED, BOMA
BESt, Green Star, and BREAM. Within the LEED platform Diana has managed, facilitated, and coordinated all
documentation requirements with the following rating systems: Existing Building, New Construction, and
Commercial Interiors.
Diana’s specialty is working with clients to determine their sustainability goals and set measurable targets, often
in tandem with green building certification goals. Diana has worked on multidisciplinary teams and has acted
as a liaison across various disciplines.
Diana is a Sustainability Consultant at Stantec Consulting Ltd.
EDUCATION
M.BEnv. Sustainable Development, University of
New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, 2010
Brampton/Missisauga/Oakville sites (3 projects),
Ontario
MEMBERSHIPS
LEED Canada – NC 2009 Silver Certification
The ErinoakKids project is a multi-site development of three
new Children’s Treatment Centres. Administer by
Infrastructure Ontario, Erinkoak Kids is the largest
redevelopment project in the Ministry’s history. Scheduled
completion is spring 2017.
Member, Professional Engineers Ontario
Anishnawbe Health Centre, Toronto, Ontario
B.Eng. Engineering, Ryerson University, Toronto, 2006
Urban Land Institute
PROJECT EXPERIENCE
Mixed Use
Mirvish Village Development Sustainability
Consulting and Public Facilitation*, Toronto, Ontario
The redevelopment of the Mirvish Village site will include a
mixed use development area with family friendly and
affordable rental units. Mirvish Village aims to meet LEED
Platinum Neighbourhood certification and Toronto Green
Standard Tier 2 standards.
Health Care
Krembil Discover Tower, Toronto, Ontario
LEED Canada- CI
This 9 storey research hub is striving to create a world class
facility that minimizes its impact on the environment. The
research center is focusing its sustainability efforts on energy
conservation, material selection, and indoor environmental
quality.
LEED NC Gold Certification Targeted, Waterfront Toronto
Minimum Green Building Requirements Targeted, Toronto
Green Standard Tier 1 Targeted
Office
Waterloo Center for Sustainability Excellence
Waterloo, Ontario
Diana is a member of the multidisciplinary team that is
designing this exemplar project- targeting LEED Platinum,
Living Building Challenge, and the WELL Building Standard.
The site will act as a living lab and will showcase key
sustainability features.
180 Wellington Street West, Toronto, Ontario
Diana is working with the project team to recertify the 180
Wellington site under the LEE EB:O&M certification tool. The
project will also provide a GAP analysis for future LEED
EB:O&M v4 projects.
ErinOak Kids Sustainability Consulting,
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Design with community in mind
Diana Visic P.Eng, M.BEnv (SustDev), LEED AP O&M
Sustainable Building Consultant
Artis REIT Stampede Station*, Calgary, Alberta
LEED Canada- EB:O&M Gold Certification
This 10-storey, 162,502 sf. building was pursuing LEED
EB:O&M Certification to reach goals focused on energy
efficiency, facility staff ongoing training, and best practice
indoor environmental quality. Analysis included the
development of the Energy Star score for the office complex.
Artis REIT Production Court*, Burnaby, British
Columbia
LEED Canada- EB:O&M Silver Certification
A comprehensive sustainability program was developed to
assist this three- building office complex in meeting its goal of
achieving LEED EB:O&M certification. Analysis included the
development of the Energy Star score for the office complex.
Energy Star Peer Review
Diana provided review services to peers developing Energy
Star reports for clients looking to benchmark their office
facilities.
KPMG Ottawa Office, Ottawa, Ontario
LEED CI Gold Certification Targeted
Diana worked with the interdisciplinary project team to
ensure sustainability targets were being met. Diana managed
the LEED certification process and worked with CaGBC staff
to coordinate all efforts.
Merck South , Ottawa, Ontario
LEED NC Silver Certification Targeted
Diana worked with the interdisciplinary project team to
ensure sustainability targets were being met. Diana managed
the LEED certification process and worked with CaGBC staff
to coordinate all efforts.
Stantec Kitchener Office Relocation and Tenant FitOut, Kitchener, Ontario
LEED CI Gold Certification Targeted
Diana worked with the interdisciplinary project team to
ensure sustainability targets were being met. Diana managed
the LEED certification process and worked with CaGBC staff
to coordinate all efforts.
The City of Toronto was investigating mandating the
disclosure of energy use for larger commercial buildings in
Toronto. Consultation with a number of key stakeholders
provided the City with the guidance needed to investigate this
mandate.
York Region, Service Center Refurbishment*,
Newmarket, Ontario
LEED Canada NC 2009 Certification
This building houses administrative staff for The York Region
district. The two story site is a building reuse of a previous
warehouse- highlighting the innovative capability of material
reuse. The project required careful consideration of energy
efficiency opportunities given the site’s previous use.
Metrolinx East Rail Maintenance Facility, Whitby,
Ontario
LEED Canada- NC Gold Certification targeted
The East Rail Maintenance Facility will be a key
infrastructure element to the expansion of service GO will be
offering its customers. Diana worked with the
interdisciplinary proponent team to develop the sustainably
vision while conforming to compliance requirements set up by
Infrastructure Ontario and their partners
Utilities
Ontario Power Authority, Save-ON-Energy
Program*, Ontario
The Ontario Power Authority’s Save-ON-Energy program is a
province wide, multi-pronged program aiming to reduce
energy use in the province. The project focused on assessing
the success of the province wide save-ON-energy retailed
coupon program.
Bruce Power Sustainability Consulting, Ontario
Diana was part of the proponent team in the development of
the East Rail Maintenance facility design. Diana worked with
the interdisciplinary proponent team to develop the
sustainably vision while conforming to compliance
requirements set up by Infrastructure Ontario and their
partners
Government
City of Toronto, Mandatory Disclosure Policy*,
Toronto, Ontario
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Andrew Wheelband Dipl. Arch. Sci., OACETT, OAAAS, LEED® AP BD+C
BIM Specialist / Production Job Captain Back Up
Andrew's technical expertise and strong management and coordination skills are an excellent asset for his
prime role as Senior Job Captain. Since joining the firm in 1999, Andrew has been responsible for the
coordination and production of a number of large scale projects large, complex consultant teams.
Andrew's contribution to the firm was recognized in 2002 when he was named an Associate.
EDUCATION
Level 8 of 10, Royal Architectural Institute, Syllabus
Program, Ottawa, Ontario, 2004
Diploma of Architectural Science, Mohawk
College, Hamilton, Ontario, 1984
MEMBERSHIPS
LEED® BD+C Accredited Professional, Canada
Green Building Council
Applied Science Technologist, Ontario Association
of Certified Engineering Technicians &
Technologists
Licensed Technologist OAA, Ontario Association for
Applied Architectural Sciences
PROJECT EXPERIENCE
Justice
Canadian Security Establishment Canada - Long
Term Accommodation Project DBFM Bid, Ottawa,
Ontario (Senior Job Captain), 2010
Government
Ministry of Energy, Hamilton, Ontario (Technologist)
Ministry of Government Services*, Toronto, Ontario
(Technologist)
Corporate / Office
IPCF Properties*, Ontario (Senior Technologist)
Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
Canada - Office Building Addition, Ottawa, Ontario
(Job Captain), 2010
Client: Public Works and Government Services
Canada
Premier Drafting Ltd.*, Burlington, Ontario
(Technologist)
C.I.B.C. Delta Plus Program*, Toronto, Ontario
(Project Manager)
C.I.B.C. Fairview*, Ontario (Senior Technologist)
C.I.B.C. Harry Walker* (Senior Technologist)
Celestica Project Expansion*, Toronto, Ontario
(Senior Technologist)
Don Mills Centre Office*, Don Mills, Ontario (Senior
Technologist)
Law Office*, Bowmanville, Ontario (Technologist)
Rolex Head Office*, Toronto, Ontario (Project
Manager)
Royal Bank Branch*, Orillia, Ontario (Technologist)
Scarborough West Commerce Centre*,
Scarborough, Ontario (Technologist)
Teklogix Head Office*, Ontario (Project Manager)
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Design with community in mind
Andrew Wheelband Dipl. Arch. Sci., OACETT, OAAAS, LEED® AP BD+C
BIM Specialist / Production Job Captain Back Up
Commercial / Retail Development
AMC Theatres, Canada Program, Ontario (Senior
Technologist)
Target Canada Program, Various Cities, Canada
Wide (Production Manager)
Healthcare
Humber River Regional Hospital - DBFM Hospital
Bid, Toronto, Ontario (Senior Job Captain), 2011
Montfort Hospital Redevelopment, Ottawa, Ontario
(Senior Job Captain), 2007
Client: Montfort Hospital
Chatham Kent Health Alliance - Major Addition
and Alterations, Chatham, Ontario (Job Captain),
2004
R.S. McLaughlin Durham Regional Cancer Centre,
Oshawa, Ontario (Job Captain), 2007
Client: Lakeridge Health Oshawa
Lakeridge Health Oshawa Redevelopment,
Oshawa, Ontario (Job Captain), 2007
Multi-Unit / Family Residential
Cathedral Square*, Toronto, Ontario (Technologist)
Charlton Settlement* (Technologist)
Manor Green Condominium*, Newmarket, Ontario
(Technologist)
Rouge Landing Community* (Project Manager)
Retail / Commercial
Rougemount Plaza*, Ontario (Technologist)
Sports, Recreation & Leisure
Oakridge Activity Centre*, Penetanguishene,
Ontario (Senior Technologist)
* denotes projects completed with other firms
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Back Cover: Town of Blackfalds Protective Services Building
Contact
James Arvai
OAA, AIA, NCARB
Principal-in-Charge
(647) 922-6167
[email protected]

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