Teeple Architects announces Richard Lai, Myles Craig, Tomer Diamant, Avery Guthrie, and Wes Wilson as its new principals. These internal leaders join founder Stephen Teeple and Chris Radigan in managing the practice.
Acoustical consultant firm Aercoustics Engineering has appointed Anthony Roppa as principal. Roppa has led Aercoustics’ business development efforts since joining the team in 2013. He holds a bacherlor’s degree in engineering and has more than 15 years of technical sales experience.
According to the 11th annual Hays Salary Guide, majority of Canadian employers feel confident about the economy and have a positive employment outlook, but that perspective is not shared by their teams. Reduced social interaction, increased workloads, and a lack of well-being and mental health support are among concerns cited by Canadian employees.
Jonathan Hughes, OAA, AAPEL, LEED AP, has been appointed chief operating officer (COO) of global architecture and engineering firm, NORR. Hughes is a dynamic architect and leader who has served in increasingly senior roles at NORR for the past 18 years.
Construction chemicals and solutions supplier MBCC Group has emerged from the former BASF Construction Chemicals business after its acquisition by Lone Star Funds. Operations began on October 1. The transaction between BASF and Lone Star was closed on September 30.
Derek Newby, LEED AP, CPHD, has returned to Diamond Schmitt Architects as the principal of its Vancouver practice. Newby brings extraordinary experience to designing mixed-use, office, and academic facilities, and is recognized nationally for his leadership in sustainable design and high-performance buildings, the firm said. For years he has advocated for low-carbon buildings, both through the application of Passive House principles to reduce operating emissions and through the use of timber to reduce embodied emissions.
Transdisciplinary design firm Lemay has announced that Lemay + Toker, its Western presence in Canada, will now be recognized as Lemay, unifying the firm’s nation-wide brand. The revision to the name ensures strategic alignment with Lemay’s transformation over the past few years, simplifying its regional operations, and sharing tools and processes to provide their national clients with more clarity and seamless collaboration, the firm said in a press release.
Toronto-based Diamond Schmitt Architects has appointment Sybil Wa and Nigel Tai as principals with the firm. The promotion of the two senior associate architects recognizes their contribution to design excellence and skilled project management on a wide range of projects, the firm said in a press release.