Bush, Bohlman & Partners’ LLP Vancouver office was established in 1970 and has been involved in structural design in the Lower Mainland for more than 30 years.
Surrey Memorial Hospital – Critical Care Tower, Surrey, BC
Bush, Bohlman & Partners’ LLP staff are experienced and current with the latest Design, Building Codes, and Material Codes for reinforced concrete, pre-cast concrete, post-tensioned concrete, tilt-up concrete, structural steel, load-bearing steel stud, wood, and masonry. Bush, Bohlman & Partners LLP strive to provide structural engineering excellence and value for their clients through creativity and conscientiousness.
The firm’s services include structural engineering design, preparation of contract documents, seismic reports & upgrades, structural investigations, construction administration, and designs for equipment supports and specialty structures.
Bush, Bohlman & Partners LLP also advocates the principles and practices of integrated and sustainable design. The firm is experienced in the requirements of LEED, have utilized recycled structural components, high fly-ash content concrete, manufactured wood, and passive energy storage principles to reduce the total energy input to a completed project. Bush, Bohlman & Partners LLP are Clint S. Low, P. Eng., Struct.Eng., Andrew W. Metten, P. Eng., Struct.Eng., Rob Hall, P. Eng., Struct.Eng., Tim White, Ph.D, P.Eng., Mark Anderson, P. Eng., Struct.Eng., and Mike Mariotto, P. Eng., Struct.Eng.
From left to right:
- Kitimat Hospital
- Furry Creek Golf
- SkyTrain Bridge
- Vancouver International Airport
- Nassau Bahamas Airport Expansion
- Science World Expansion
- Jack Bell Tower (3)
ABOUT BUSH, BOHLMAN & PARTNERS LLP
Bush, Bohlman & Partners LLP is a firm of structural engineers and technicians experienced in the design, documentation, and construction supervision of buildings with high architectural content. BBP has worked on projects throughout western Canada using their strong BIM capability for lowrise institutional, commercial, and recreational projects.