We are extremely pleased to announce the recent promotions of two EQUILIBRIUM employees.
Sam Shulman has been promoted to the role of Intermediate Engineer. Sam has proven himself to be an invaluable member of the team working on a number of our current projects including the Maplewood Fire + Rescue Centre in North Vancouver, UBC Food and Beverage Innovation Centre and Gitxsan West Secondary School in Gitwangak, BC.
Alejandro Coronado, who recently obtained his P.Eng license in BC, has been promoted to Project Engineer. Alejandro, who has a strong seismic design and mass timber connection background, has been working on some of the more complex projects at EQUILIBRIUM including the Museum of Anthropology Base Isolation project at UBC, the University of Toronto Indigenous Learning Centre and a tech campus project in California.
Please join us in congratulating Sam and Alejandro on their recent promotions!
We are thrilled to announce that following two years of successful cooperation between Studio Oktoplus and Equilibrium Consulting Inc on the Rectorat de Créteil on l’Ile de France, we are combining our expertise in the design of timber structures to support our French clients on their most ambitious projects through the creation of Equilibrium Consulting France.
Our Parisian office has officially opened its doors! We are excited and proud to contribute through our designs to our collective progress towards a low-carbon world
Dans la foulée de la dynamique créée par notre conception de la charpente bois du projet X24 pour le nouveau Rectorat de Créteil en collaboration avec Sophie Wu ( BET Studio Oktoplus), nous sommes ravis de vous annoncer que nous unissons toutes nos compétences et expertises dans le domaine des conceptions des structures bois pour vous accompagner dans vos projets les plus ambitieux au travers de la création de la société Equilibrium Consulting France.
Notre agence parisienne ouvre désormais ses portes ! Nous sommes fiers d’apporter notre contribution au travers de nos conceptions à l’évolution vers un monde décarboné.
Si vous êtes curieux, n’hésitez pas à venir partager un café avec nous. Cela sera l’occasion de vous montrer notre savoir faire.
With lots of positive changes happening at Equilibrium, we took the opportunity to refresh our branding to reflect the exciting and ambitious future ahead.
Founding Principal Eric Karsh said “We are very excited to launch our new website and branding as a way to celebrate our recent return to independent ownership, but also to mark a new era of growth with the incorporation of a branch in Seattle, WA and Paris, France. The new simple and contemporary branding reflects our approach to design with a nod to our mass timber expertise, while the new website highlights a small fraction of our award-winning work over the past 20+ years. With many exciting projects lined up in the coming year, we are looking forward to continued creative cooperation and success with our current clients, and very much looking forward to developing fulfilling new relationships.”
Take a look through our new website, where we outline our approach to building design, introduce the team and showcase a few of our favourite projects from the Equilibrium archive, while taking a deeper dive in to some in the Case Studies section.
We are excited to announce that it’s been a succesful few weeks for Equilibrium projects recently.
Oregon State University Forest Sciences Complex received a Commendation at the Institution of Structural Engineers Structural Awards in London, in the Zero Carbon Ambition category. Read more about what the judges had to say and see the other winners here.
Upper Skeena Recreation Centre received two awards at the Architectural Foundation of British Columbia awards; a Design Excellence Award in the Community & Civic Category and the Lieutenant Governor General Award for Architecture in British Columbia.
1 Lonsdale, a Passive House certified Mass Timber commercial project located in North Vancouver also picked up an AFBC Design Excellence Innovation Award. Read more about the project here.
We are pleased to announce the Oregon State University, Forest Sciences Complex has been nominated for an Institution of Structural Engineers 2021 Structural award.
The international awards, established in 1968, are the world’s leading awards for structural engineering excellence.
The project is shortlisted for the Zero-Carbon Ambition award, which is awarded to projects which demonstrate excellence in the pursuit of low-, zero-, or negative-carbon solutions across the design and construction of the project, highlighting the sustainable benefits of mass timber construction.