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Celebrating Awards, Milestones and Memories of 2021

2021 might not have been the year we thought it was going to be, but we were still able to celebrate several significant milestones. We're thankful for our clients, partners, and our people, who helped each other through these challenging times. We are wrapping up the year by highlighting project milestones, awards, notable hires, our merger with BLN and so much more.

Stand Up for Kids Holiday Bike Challenge – Pedaling Past Our Goal

Between December 2nd and 5th, our staff pushed past their physical capabilities and took part in the Stand Up for Kids Holiday Bike Challenge in support of the Children’s Aid Foundation of Canada. Teams and individuals participated from the comfort of their own homes, at the gym, or outdoors despite the weather, all to raise... Read more »

Defining Our Core Purpose: Turning Possibilities Into Reality

At McIntosh Perry we believe in being purposeful in how we approach everything we do. Earlier this year we went on a journey to reflect on why we do the work we do and identify our core purpose. We wanted to define what is it that drives our people to strive, to achieve, and to... Read more »

Beam, Longest & Neff, LLC Merges with McIntosh Perry

Two Industry Leading Engineering Firms Join to Deliver High-Quality Infrastructure Projects Toronto, Ontario and Indianapolis, Indiana, August 18th, 2021 – McIntosh Perry Consulting Engineers Ltd. (McIntosh Perry), an award-winning consulting engineering company, is pleased to announce a merger with Beam, Longest & Neff, LLC (BLN), a leading infrastructure engineering firm headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. The partnership provides clients with... Read more »

Indigenous Relations & Partnerships

McIntosh Perry believes in developing and maintaining strong, meaningful relationships with Indigenous communities. As important stakeholders, we listen and engage with Indigenous communities, to successfully deliver projects that best meet their needs. Our decades of experience have helped us respect and understand the unique needs of Indigenous communities. We have worked on many projects on... Read more »

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 »

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 »