ICE District Stantec Tower – What’s Holding This 67 Storey Tower Up?
Stantec Tower sits in the southwest corner of the ICE District and is about to rise to be the tallest tower in Canada outside of Toronto. The tower is currently under construction with the steel penthouse being installed and will be complete in 2019. Stantec has already occupied the majority of the office floors while the residential portion is being completed.
The presentation will review the overall design intent for the Stantec Tower and look at the multiple structural systems required for western Canada’s tallest tower. There will be a focus on the multiple challenges faced form preliminary design to detailed design and through construction currently underway.
Steve Weinbeer, MBA, MEng, PEng
Associate, Buildings Engineering Discipline Lead
Andrew Lischuk, MEng, PEng, LEED AP
Associate, Buildings Engineering Structural Lead
Andrew and Steve are structural engineering leads for the Stantec Tower. For them, it has been a dream come true to work on a project of this magnitude in the city they grew up in. As of October 29th, they also get to call their dream project their new office as they work together to impact the community they grew up in. Both Steven and Andrew have been working on a variety of projects over their 9 years in the industry, including the Calgary Cancer Centre, Edmonton Tower, and Stantec Tower after graduating from the University of Alberta.
A presentation abstract will be available for download here.
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Presented by: Mark Scanlon, P.Eng. - Stantec
Presented by: John MacKenzie, P.Eng. - AECOM
Presented by: Millan Sen, Ph.D., P.Eng. & Nader Yoosef-Ghodsi, Ph.D. P.Eng. - Enbridge
Bresented by: Stephanie McCabe, MASc., P.Eng. (City of Edmonton) & Michele Perret, M.A. (Stantec)