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.

Learn more about our work across the country and beyond in our brochure:

Chris Doel
Chris Doel, PEng, MEng, CEng, MCIBSE
Senior Vice President, Canada

For over 15 years, Chris has passionately worked with clients to deliver cost-effective and sustainable mechanical engineering solutions. He draws on extensive industry experience within the Canadian construction market and further afield in Europe, where sustainability is at the forefront of building design. Chris' areas of expertise include detailed mechanical system design of high-performance buildings and neighborhood energy master planning and system design.

Chris is well-versed in all aspects of sustainable building design across several sectors, including institutional, mixed-use commercial developments, and district energy systems. His noteworthy projects include a Class AA museum gallery and a multipurpose building on a university campus that incorporates assembly, retail, cafeteria, and office spaces. Chris strives to truly understand his clients' needs, and he always places high importance on nurturing valuable relationships.


Calgary 51.047357193201, -114.06314538465 1214


Edmonton 53.542959991596, -113.49479308835 1221


Kelowna 49.884491, -119.4935 1222


Toronto 43.653225, -79.383186 1223


Vancouver 49.287371947121, -123.11234648465 1213


Victoria 48.428421, -123.365646 1224


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