Author: Carol Anne Stares

Mehemed Delibasic Receives Ontario Traffic Council Transportation Planning Member of the Year Award

Congratulations to Mehemed Delibasic, M.Sc., P.Eng., McIntosh Perry’s Assistant Vice President, Transportation Planning & Traffic Engineering who was awarded the 2021 Ontario Traffic Council Transportation Planning Member of the Year Award. Mehemed has been an active member of the Ontario Traffic Council (OTC) for over the last 15 years. He’s the new Transportation Planning Committee Co-Chair... Read more »

Mark Ward, P. Eng., Appointed Chief Operating Officer

McIntosh Perry is pleased to welcome Mark Ward, P. Eng., as our Chief Operating Officer. Mark joined us in May 2021, and brings a wealth of experience with him, having worked in the Energy and Consulting Engineering industries for more than 20 years.  Most recently, Mark was the Senior Vice President, Operations – Transportation &... Read more »

Incentive Funding For Pneumatic Retrofit Projects

 Federal and Provincial regulations that substantially limit allowed venting from Pneumatic devices are coming into effect within 2022 and 2023. There are several incentive funding programs that can financially support projects to eliminate or reduce venting. Due to the impending changes in regulations, time is of the essence to monetize on these emissions reductions.... Read more »

TCA Soil Management: An Industry Perspective on Early Engagement

The Toronto Construction Association (TCA), in collaboration with its Young Construction Leaders (YCL) and Environmental Committee, are hosting a free to attend seminar on the implementation of the Ontario excess soils regulation that came into effect on January 1, 2021. At this seminar, McIntosh Perry will be participating in a panel that will be sharing... Read more »

[Webinar] Incentive Funding For Pneumatic Retrofit Projects

Incentive Funding For Pneumatic Retrofit Projects Thursday, June 17th @ 12:00pm MST/ 2:00pm EST, Microsoft Teams Join us for this interactive webinar as we walk you through an introduction to pneumatic devices, solutions for meeting or exceeding the regulatory requirements and utilizing financial support such as incentive programs or carbon offsets to support project costs.... Read more »

Hydrocarbon Condensate Stabilization

 Condensate Stabilization systems are familiar and not overly complicated, however there are a number of common design and operating issues that are poorly understood and seldom discussed. This webinar provides an overview of hydrocarbon condensate stabilization, the basics of system design, and mitigation of less visible issues such as wax and the costly problem... Read more »

60 Year Reserve Fund Studies

Condominiums, strata corporations, and coproprietors across Canada use reserve fund studies to guide their plans for future funding. In Ontario, the Condominium Act states the reserve fund needs to be adequate and updated every three years. The minimum prescribed duration is 30-years; however, at McIntosh Perry we’ve realized that a 30-year time frame misses several long-lived expensive items.... Read more »

[Webinar] Hydrocarbon Condensate Stabilization

Hydrocarbon Condensate Stabilization June 3rd @ 12:00pm MDT/ 2:00pm EDT, Microsoft Teams Join our webinar as we provide an overview of hydrocarbon condensate stabilization, the basics of system design, and mitigation of some less visible issues. We are often involved in designing, de-bottlenecking and troubleshooting condensate stabilizer systems. Although the systems are not complicated and... Read more »

Victor Louie, CPA, CA Appointed Chief Financial Officer

McIntosh Perry is pleased to welcome Victor Louie, CPA, CA as our Chief Financial Officer, who joined us earlier this year. Victor has spent his career in professional service at accounting firms big and small, and in the last 15 years he exclusively worked in engineering and asset management firms such as AECOM, WSP and most recently BGIS.  As a strategic thinker with a practical... Read more »

Cranes Boom In Toronto Amidst The Pandemic

Toronto streets may not be filled with people but if you look up, you may notice a surprising number of cranes. According to RLB’s Q1 2021 Crane Index, Toronto has 208 cranes for both residential and mixed-used projects which is up from 84 cranes from their previous count. 20,000 condominiums started in 2020 and account for... Read more »