Josh’s career as a mechanical engineer is motivated by his recognition of the built environment’s impact on the health and wellbeing of communities. He began in our Calgary studio, specializing in the HVAC, plumbing, fire protection, and building automation industries before moving to Toronto to evolve his passion for healthcare and healthy building design. Josh has contributed to numerous projects across Canada, including two of Alberta’s largest healthcare infrastructure projects in the past decade: the Calgary Cancer Centre and Grande Prairie Regional Hospital. His work spans all phases of design, from concept to contract administration and completion. Believing that designing healthy buildings is best accomplished through a collaborative, integrated design process, Josh works closely with project teams, disciplines, and stakeholders to provide quality engineering solutions that meet specific project objectives and requirements.
What’s your favourite DIALOG project?
The Calgary Cancer Centre. The project best exemplifies the ability of an integrated design team to collaborate on a large scale and make a significant impact of the health and wellbeing of society through the design of a sustainable and healthy built environment. Being fortunate enough to play a small role in such a strong team of great people is a humbling and gratifying experience.
What’s one item you won’t leave home without?
A pen and something to write on. In a fast-paced technology focused world, writing helps slow things down, clarify thoughts, and add creativity to problem solving. You’re not bounded by any rules on a piece of paper.
Where’s your happy place?
Quiet early mornings with a cup of coffee.
Bachelor of Engineering
University of Victoria