RJC • Read Jones Christoffersen Consulting Engineers

RJC • Read Jones Christoffersen Consulting Engineers

We thrive on creativity and deliver on our promise of “Innovative Thinking. Practical Results.”

With a network of offices in Vancouver, Victoria, Nanaimo, Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, Kitchener, Kingston and Toronto, our clients benefit from convenient access to RJC's top professionals in every centre, and the combined resources of a leading national organization. We mobilize the expertise that exists throughout the company and apply it to projects around the world.

Why clients choose RJC:

Architects choose us because we bring our collaborative approach and creative solutions to achieve their vision.

Owners value us because we take a budget–conscious approach and work to find the best solution to their projects' unique challenges.

Developers appreciate that we work to understand their business needs and look beyond structure to develop optimal solutions for each project.

Contractors find that our belief in teamwork and our willingness to modify our designs to suit input from co-consultants, contractors, or other disciplines leads to better constructability.

Stakeholders and communities respect us because we work concertedly and consultatively, and we apply sustainability principles to everything we do.

As an innovative leader in the use of building information modelling (BIM), our expertise in the integrated use of this leading edge process helps our clients enhance their competitive advantage.

RJC was honored with a 2011 Regional Finalist Award in Canada’s 50 Best Managed Companies program – the country’s leading business awards program. Being distinguished as ‘best managed’ is symbolic of RJC’s continued success.

Teamwork matters, and our corporate culture has been a major factor in our firm’s success and continued growth. RJC is committed to developing the skills, strengths and careers of our people. Many of our senior people have developed their careers within RJC, and every year, new engineers bring new ideas and research to the table.

Company information

Suite 500 - 144 Front Street West, Toronto, ON M5J 2L7, Canada
+1 (416) 977 5335

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RBC WaterPark Place III

RBC WaterPark Place III Toronto by Oxford Properties
85 Harbour Street, Toronto | Oxford Properties
RBC WaterPark Place to Be New National Headquarters for RBC Canadian Banking TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Oct. 14, 2011) - Oxford Properties, the real estate arm of the OMERS Worldwide Group of ... go to project

Ripley's Aquarium of Canada

Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, Toronto from the west: Plaza-side
258 Bremner Blvd., Toronto | Ripley Entertainment
“Toronto is a world-class city and we are building a world-class aquarium,” says Jim Pattison Jr., President of Ripley Entertainment Inc. “It’s about fish, family and fun, education and ... go to project

Union Station Revitalization

Union Station Revitalization, Great Hall, image courtesy of NORR Architects
75 Front St W, Toronto | City of Toronto, Metrolinx
Union Station is Canada’s busiest and most important passenger transportation hub and a designated National Historic Site. The station’s revitalization will result in many benefits, including an ... go to project