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Ontario’s New On-Site and Excess Soil Regulation

On December 4th, 2019 the Ontario Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks (MECP) announced that they finalized and are implementing the new regulatory changes related to the management of excess construction soil and redevelopment of brownfield sites. The goal of the new regulation is to reduce soil management costs and promote brownfields redevelopment, while protecting human... Read more »

OEL Projects Donates Backpacks To Calgary Mustard Seed

OEL Projects Ltd., part of the McIntosh Perry family of companies, made a difference in the lives of 20 families over the holidays by collecting more than 500 donations for Calgary Mustard Seed. The Mustard Seed helps people experiencing poverty and homelessness by providing them their basic needs such as shelter, food, clothing, hot showers... Read more »

Building Relationships with Indigenous Peoples

McIntosh Perry recognizes the importance of creating and maintaining meaningful and strong relationships with Indigenous communities. We know that Indigenous communities are important stakeholders throughout the entire project process and we value these mutually beneficial business relationships. As part of commitment to Indigenous communities, OEL Projects Ltd., and ARA Engineering, part of the McIntosh Perry... Read more »

Ottawa Office An Official OLS Branch

We are pleased to announce that the Association of Ontario Land Surveyors approved the Certificate of Authorization for our Ottawa Office. This means that our surveying team can now offer Cadastral (Legal Boundary) Surveying services to our clients and the public. Our legal surveying branch, based out of our Ottawa office, provides surveying services for... Read more »

143-153 Arlington Avenue Wins Community Partnership Award!

Congratulations to 143-153 Arlington Avenue Project Team and Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation (CCOC) for their win at the 2019 Ottawa Urban Design Awards. Arlington Avenue won the award for “Community Partnership.” New to 2019, the Community Partnership Award is awarded every two years to a residential infill development project that best exemplifies the positive outcome... Read more »

McIntosh Perry Golfs for Charity!

To kick off golf season, McIntosh Perry hosted their 29th Annual Client Golf Tournament, a fundraiser for the YWCA Toronto Girl’s Centre. Proceeds from the event go towards helping girls and women receive support on difficult issues, share ideas, express creativity, explore interests and plan their futures. The tournament took place on a gorgeous sunny... Read more »

McIntosh Perry Is an OECM Supplier Partner

McIntosh Perry  is an OECM Supplier Partner providing Hazardous Materials / Environmental Health & Safety under OECM’s Master Agreement and through OECM’s Marketplace of products and services. McIntosh Perry was selected through a competitive sourcing process that complies with the BPS Procurement Directive.  OECM is a trusted not-for-profit sourcing partner for Ontario’s education sector, broader public sector, and... Read more »

McIntosh Perry Achieves Platinum Club Status with Canada’s Best Managed Companies Program

National engineering firm recognized for strategy, capability, commitment and overall business performance TORONTO, ON – March 7, 2019 –McIntosh Perry, one of the country’s fastest growing engineering firms, is proud to announce that it is a 2018 Platinum Club Winner of Canada’s Best Managed Companies. Sponsored by Deloitte, CIBC, Canadian Business, Smith School of Business,... Read more »

Montreal’s Real Estate Market is about to Eclipse Vancouver’s

As reported in RHB Magazine (Rental Housing Business), Vancouver is in pace to lose its status as Canada’s second largest housing market to Montreal. It is still Canada’s most expensive city for housing; however, a recent breakdown in sales has led the value of real estate dealings significantly lower.  That in turn leaves Montreal’s rising... Read more »

Rental Demand in Calgary Remains Voracious

RHB (Rental Housing Business) magazine recently reported that owning a home in Calgary is becoming more difficult to attain, however, the rental market is hot.The vacancy rate in Calgary rental market declined from 6.3% in 2017 to 3.9% last year. James Cuddy, a senior analyst with the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation states “The way... Read more »