McIntosh Perry Named One of Canada’s Best Managed Companies

We’re excited to announce that we’ve re-qualified as one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies! This prestigious designation recognizes overall business performance and sustained growth, and places us amongst the best-in-class Canadian owned and managed companies that demonstrate strategy, capability and commitment to achieve sustainable growth. Applicants to the Best Managed Companies program are evaluated by... Read more »

Springfest Toronto – Booth 525

McIntosh Perry will be at Booth 525 at Springfest Toronto, taking place on April 5th, 2018 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, South Building. Admission to the show is free, but it is limited to 1,700 qualified property managers, building owners, developers, facility managers, plant engineers, multi-residential board of directors, building operations and maintenance staff.... Read more »

The Shopping Mall is Dead – Long Live The Condo!

Amazon might have killed the bricks and mortar mall (though maybe not) but owners of aging shopping malls  have found the key to survival: condos.  Specifically, building condo/office/retail towers on the vast stretches of parking lots that surround malls, according to a recent report from the CBC. This idea has gained traction in Vancouver,  which... Read more »

BuildEx Vancouver

McIntosh Perry will be at Booth 949 at the BuildEx Vancouver show, from February 14th to the 15th at the Vancouver Convention Centre West.  Stop by our booth to say hello and discuss how our engineering and project management experience can help you with your next project.

Montreal Real Estate Market On Fire

Montreal’s real estate market hit a 10-year high, with total sales increasing eight percent on the island of Montreal and exceeding 20 per cent in five of the city’s boroughs. Montreal even beat out Toronto and Vancouver, the first time since 1998. Condo sales powered most of the growth, with more than 14,000 condos changing... Read more »

Toronto – Denser Than Brooklyn?

Though some might pretend Toronto is similar to Brooklyn, there are still some notable differences, especially when it comes to densification. According to a recent study by the Fraser Institute, Toronto ranks 19th among a list of high-income, international cities. Toronto has 4,457 inhabitants per square kilometre, while London and New York has just over... Read more »

ARA Engineering Joins McIntosh Perry

ARA Engineering Joins McIntosh Perry  National engineering firm expands infrastructure engineering capabilities in Western Canada with addition of Alberta-based ARA Engineering TORONTO, ON – January 10th, 2018 – McIntosh Perry Consulting Engineers Ltd. (McIntosh Perry) is pleased to announce that it has acquired ARA Engineering Ltd. (ARA), a provider of transportation infrastructure engineering consulting services... Read more »

New Water System for Orphanage in Kenya

In December 2017, we partnered with an orphanage and boarding school in Kenya to install a new water supply system. The facility is located on the outskirts of the City of Eldoret in northwest Kenya. The municipal water supply serves the facility, but service was intermittent at best, and  during the dry season, no water... Read more »

Lessons Learned: Solar Projects Present Unique Stormwater Management Challenges

Jason Sharp, Adam O’Connor and Mark Priddle contributed an article to Environmental Science & Engineering Magazine titled “Lessons Learned: Solar Projects Present Unique Stormwater Management Challanges”. To read the article online, please visit here. To download a copy of the article, please visit click SWM 2017 ESE Dec Issue  

ACMO/CCI-T Condominium Conference Wrap-up

  Jon Juffs, Director, Condominium/Strata Group, talks about the importance of attending the annual condo conference.

Montreal Construction Boom

Buoyed by a strong economy,  developers in Montreal are investing billions into new developments, including condominiums and office complexes, according to a recent article.  While modest in comparison to the Toronto and Vancouver markets, La métropole has 150 cranes dotting the city skyline, representing $25B of investment. Notable new projects include a 55-storey glass building that... Read more »

Thousands of Ontario Workers Exposed to Cancer-Causing Hazards

A new report from the Occupational Cancer Research Centre (ORC) and Cancer Care Ontario might have every worker in Ontario calling in a sick day. According to the report, thousands of Ontario workers are exposed to cancer-causing hazards in the workplace, including asbestos, silica, ultraviolet radiation and diesel engine exhaust. Burden of Occupational Cancer in... Read more »