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RJC Engineers appoints principals and associates

By Adam Freill   

Construction Labour Leadership

Engineering firm adds five new principals and eight new associates to serve the building structure and enclosure engineering sectors.

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National employee-owned engineering firm RJC Engineers has appointed five new principals and eight new associates to the company’s leadership in 2024. The firm says the strategic move further propels innovation within its organization, solidifying RJC’s commitment to excellence.

The newly appointed principals and associates bring their extensive talent, experience, and expertise in a diverse range of disciplines, including structural engineering, building science, structural restoration, structural glass and façade engineering, parking facility design, and building energy modelling.

“We take great pleasure in recognizing these exceptional individuals, not only for their valuable contributions to RJC, but also for their remarkable aptitude in solving problems that bring immense value to our clients, industry, and communities,” said Jeff, chair of RJC Engineers’ Board of Directors.

RJC’s new principals are Clint Plett, Dan Weber, Nigel Parker, Paul Fritze and Sohrab Karkhel. New associates are Amanda Wojda, Brian Reed, Caleb Goertz, Cliff Li, Jon Woo, Rebecca Henderson, Tanya Kennedy Flood and Violet Lim.


“Each appointed leader exemplifies professionalism, collaboration, and a steadfast commitment to engineering excellence,” added Rabinovitch. “Their diverse backgrounds, extensive expertise, and proven leadership will play a crucial role in advancing RJC’s mission to provide client focused innovative, practical and sustainable engineering solutions.”





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