Congratulation to the following members that obtained their designation in 2021.
Ross is a graduate of the Architectural Conservation and Sustainability Engineering Program at Carleton University. After obtaining his undergraduate degree in 2018, Ross joined the Building Science Department at Cleland Jardine Engineering. Ross has experience working on a variety of building envelope rehabilitation projects and provides design, contract administration, and field review services. Ross also works on the assessment and evaluation of existing residential and commercial buildings.
Clinton D’Souza, M.A.Sc., P.Eng., BSS., NFRC Certified Simulator: Clinton D’Souza is a passionate and driven engineer and building science specialist. He obtained his Bachelor of Engineering degree (civil engineering) from Carleton University and his Master of Applied Science degree (civil engineering) from McMaster University, specializing in structural rehabilitation and seismic design of structures. He is a professional engineer in the province of Ontario and is also an NFRC certified simulator. He specializes in building facades and frequently provides consulting in the areas of thermal, structural, and water-resistant design. He also has a wide array of experience in testing, repair, and remedial measures for building facades.
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