Geoffrey Glotman, Managing Principal of Glotman•Simpson, is a senior engineer with over 30 years of experience in structural engineering and business administration. Since 1984, Geoffrey has provided strategic planning, direction, and leadership for the firm.
He has worked on many of British Columbia’s largest projects including the Vancouver Convention Centre, Vancouver Olympic Village, BC Cancer Research Facility, The Gordon + Leslie Diamond Health Centre at VGH, Electronic Arts (Canada) Inc.’s Canadian Headquarters, One Wall Centre, and numerous West Coast Reduction projects. Geoffrey has extensive experience in Earthquake Preparedness and Design and has published several articles on earthquakes in many local publications. He traveled to Japan to study the effect of the devastating earthquake on Kobe to learn how an earthquake of similar magnitude could affect Vancouver.
Geoffrey’s expertise, dedication and commitment to quality extends well beyond business and into community. He is the founding sponsor of the Glotman•Simpson Cycling Club, whose vision is dedicated to supporting research in finding a cure for pancreatic cancer. The annual fundraising event, The Cypress Challenge, a hill climb up Cypress Mountain, has raised over $3.6M since its inception in 2007 and is the largest community event in BC for the BC Cancer Foundation. He has lectured to various community groups including the JFSA, The Brock House Society, The West Coast Disaster Society, and CANTEL/Rogers AT&T Canada. Geoff also served as President on the BC Construction Roundtable Board of Directors for a number of years.
As Managing Principal, Geoffrey brings to the firm a depth of experience, quality and leadership that drives the growth and success of our operation.