Introducing our New Associates
Creative structural engineering solutions require creative structural engineers. That’s why we are excited to announce the appointment as Associates of three very talented employees. The knowledge and commitment they have brought to our firm ensures Glotman•Simpson will remain at the cutting edge of structural design for years to come. Click below to read more ...Read More
Is BC Prepared for the BIG ONE?
April 22, 2016 General
With abundant talk around this concern and numerous reports stating that the “big one” is on the horizon, the question of, “are we doing everything we can to be properly prepared?” is becoming a hot topic in our industry. In the 2016 March/April edition of APEGBC’s Innovation magazine, Glotman•Simpson Senior Structural Engineer, Andrew Seeton, …Read More
February 22, 2016 General
Glotman•Simpson project, The ARC, a building at the foot of the Cambie Street Bridge and entrance to downtown Vancouver is set to be an architectural icon. The slender design, by Francl Architecture, will define the City’s central skyline, overlooking the inner harbour of False Creek and the fringes of Yaletown. Not only will The ARC …Read More
Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre at UBC
January 8, 2016 General
The University of British Columbia’s recently completed Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre, one of several Glotman•Simpson UBC projects, is one we’re proud to have had a hand in innovating. This new centre serves as a key resource for UBC alumni (of which there are an estimated 300,000) as they do business, expand their careers, …Read More
GS Syrian Refugee Initiative – Fundraising Goal Surpassed!
January 8, 2016 General
We are thrilled to report that we surpassed our donation goal in support of Immigrant Services Society of BC’s Refugee Sponsorship fund! A very special thank you to all our staff who graciously donated to the GS Giving Group, it’s been incredible to be part of such a heartwarming initiative. We trust our contribution …Read More
625 Riders. Over $414,000 raised for Pancreatic Cancer Research.
November 5, 2015 General
On Sunday, August 16th, 2015, 675 riders of all ages and abilities challenged themselves to climb Cypress Mountain for pancreatic cancer research at the annual Cypress Challenge. The Cypress Challenge is the top grossing community fundraising event in BC for the BC Cancer Foundation and has raised over $1.6 million since 2007. Click here to see …Read More