With deep green expertise in resilience planning and net zero design, our Canadian practice prioritizes the health and well-being of our communities, today and tomorrow.
With six offices across Canada, Introba provides comprehensive building engineering and consulting services from coast to coast, from local, provincial, and national levels.
Whether it's a high-performance space like Clayton Heights Community Centre, providing refuge in record-breaking heat waves, or a state-of-the-art terminal at Vancouver International Airport helping decarbonise global travel, our team works creatively across market sectors delivering designs, analyses, and policies that will shape the future of the Canadian built environment.
With an eye fixed on tomorrow's climate resilience and today's occupant comfort, we support first-class educational, healthcare, and research institutions in achieving lofty sustainability goals, supporting better living and deeper learning. From Limberlost Place at George Brown College to the University of Victoria Student Housing & Dining, Indigenous House at University of Toronto to the Canadian Nuclear Laboratory Chalk River Campus, we have the breadth and depth of experience to support highly technical, innovative, world-class facilities.
Our expertise also goes beyond buildings. We support government policymaking through advisory, consulting, and program administration services to drive the necessary change in our industry, ensuring a brighter, more resilient future for all Canadians.
Stuart brings over thirty years of building engineering experience to Introba as a leader in low-carbon sustainable building design. For the last ten years, Stuart has led and nurtured the significant growth of Introba’s Vancouver office, and now applies that same leadership throughout the British Columbia province and nationally throughout Canada.
Jason has a strong reputation for creating sustainable, distinctly client-focused built environment solutions. He specializes in medium to large-scale projects focusing on institutional, defense, airport, and transportation buildings. Rooted in his upbringing in Vancouver, British Columbia, environmental and social sustainability is a key focus in his work.
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