Author: Greg Devine

Recognizing National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

Today we recognize National Day for Truth and Reconciliation by asking our people, clients and partners to reflect on the contributions that Indigenous people and culture have made to this country, and to also recognize the importance of reconciliation with Indigenous peoples in Canada. This day provides an opportunity for all of us to commemorate... Read more »

McIntosh Perry Recognized Again As One of Canada’s Best Managed Companies

McIntosh Perry once again has been named, one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies, Platinum club. The 2021 Best Managed Companies program award winners are among the best Canadian owned and managed companies demonstrating leadership in the areas of strategy, capabilities and innovation, culture and commitment, and financials to achieve sustainable growth. “Given the challenges of... Read more »

Turning Possibilities Into Reality

We’re excited to present our company video – Turning Possibilities Into Reality. This video showcases the great projects we’ve completed across the country, our commitment to providing the best possible service to our clients, and focuses on greatest strength – our people. In 2016, two pre-eminent firms merged to become McIntosh Perry. We’ve been growing... Read more »

Air Emissions Regulation Info Session and Incentive/Grant Programs

 Adrienne Headrick, Manager, Regulatory and Environmental Development, Energy, McIntosh Perry, presents an informative session on Air Regulations and Incentive/Grant Programs available to support current initiatives.   Summary of Alberta Incentive Programs for Reducing Emissions in the Oil and Gas Industry Industrial Energy Efficiency and Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage (IEE CCUS) The $80-million IEE... Read more »

COVID-19: Back to Business

As the situation with COVID-19 improves and business across Canada start to slowly re-open, we want to let you know that McIntosh Perry is available for your engineering and project management needs. During the pandemic, we were very fortunate that our clients still engaged us to help them with their projects. Through those difficult months,... Read more »

Luiz Leon & Associates Ltd. is Now McIntosh Perry

We’re excited to announce that Luiz Leon & Associates Ltd. has re-branded to McIntosh Perry. Based in Surrey B.C., Luiz Leon & Associates Ltd., has been offering dynamic and progressive structural engineering services to architects, developers, general contractors and government clients since 1995. Luiz Leon & Associates joined the McIntosh Perry family of companies in... Read more »

ARA Engineering is Now McIntosh Perry

We’re very pleased to announce that ARA Engineering Ltd. is now McIntosh Perry. ARA Engineering joined the McIntosh Perry family of companies in 2018. For more than 20 years, ARA Engineering has provided high-level civil and transportation engineering services to Western Canada. Uniting with a national, multi-disciplinary engineering firm was a natural step in the... Read more »

McIntosh Perry Wins CEO Award of Merit – Reed Narrows Bridge

McIntosh Perry is proud to announce that it has won a Consulting Engineers of Ontario (CEO) Award of Merit Transportation Structural for the Reed Narrows Bridge Microbial Induced Corrosion project. The bridge, located on Highway 71 in Northwestern Ontario, had severe section loss and pitting of the steel piles from Microbial Influenced Corrosion (MIC). All... Read more »

National Day of Mourning – April 28, 2020

Every year on April 28th we remember those who have lost their lives or suffered injury or illness on the job. In 2018, Canada recorded 1027 workplace fatalities, and 264,438 accepted claims for lost time due to work-related injury or disease, according to the Association of Workers’ Compensation Boards of Canada (AWCBC). What those numbers... Read more »

Toronto Condos Drive Crane Boom

Offering a glimmer of hope in a volatile market, the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) tops the North American Crane Index with 27 per cent of the cranes on the continent, handily beating other major urban areas such as Los Angeles and New York. The report, created by RLB, tracks the number of cranes in Q1... Read more »