2024 BSS® Recipients

Congratulations to the following members that obtained their designation in 2024
Cassie Cullimore
BSS Number - 2024-02
Presented on: Via Canada Post

Cassie Cullimore joined the Building Science Department of Cleland Jardine Engineering Ltd. In 2021. She has a Bachelor of Engineering in Architectural Conservation and Sustainability from Carleton University and is a graduate of the Erasmus Mundus’ Masters in the field of Structural Analysis of Monuments and Historical Constructions (SAHC). Cassie has worked on a variety of building envelope repair and concrete restoration projects including but not limited to low-slope roofing systems, heritage and modern masonry, stucco, and reinforced concrete parking garages and balconies. She has worked on all phases of projects including condition review, planning, design, tender review, field review services, and construction administration to ensure a quality end product. 

Bryce Fulton
BSS Number - 2024-01
Presented on: Via Canada Post

Bryce is a Project Engineer with RJC Engineers in Edmonton AB. His focus over the past 10 years has been structural and building envelope restoration projects for clients throughout Alberta. Diagnosing and repairing building envelope failures has been instrumental in developing his knowledge and understanding of durable building envelope detailing. Bryce has a Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Civil Engineering from the University of Alberta, is registered with APEGA as a Professional Engineer (P.Eng.) and is a Certified Construction Contract Administrator (CCCA) through CSC.”

Peter Mensinga
BSS Number - 2024-03
Presented on: Via Canada Post

Peter Mensinga manages the Building Restoration group at R.J. Burnside & Associates from Barrie, ON.  Peter studied with the Building Engineering Group (BEG) at the University of Waterloo graduating in 2009 with a Master of Applied Science.  His thesis laid the groundwork for the frost dilatometry test method used to determine the critical degree of moisture saturation at which freeze-thaw damage occurs in clay brick masonry.  The test method has since been demonstrated to be effective in natural stone as well as masonry.  Peter has a love of heritage restoration with a particular interest in masonry and slate & copper roofing.   He currently oversees a team of building science engineers and EITs that provide a range of capital planning and building restoration services including concrete (garages & balconies), envelope (masonry, cladding, EIFS, windows), and roofs (flat and sloped systems) for public and private clients.



Past BSS Recipients