Darcy started with Rocky Point Engineering as a Mechanical Designer in February 2011 after finishing his co-op mechanical engineering degree at the University of Victoria. He received LEED® accreditation in 2014 and his P.Eng. license in 2015.
Throughout his time at Rocky Point Engineering he has worked on a diverse range of projects from small commercial and residential projects to large commercial, LEED, healthcare, education and industrial projects.
Darcy’s main focus on a project is to deliver a high-quality system that meets all owner requirements while staying on budget to ensure a successful project from start to finish. Optimizing systems of any size is a primary goal that always provides a challenge to ensure the client is receiving the most “bang for their buck.”
Darcy’s involvement in projects include cost estimating, reports and studies, schematic design, detailed design, HVAC load calculations, HVAC design, plumbing design, energy modelling, drafting and 3D modelling, construction administration, construction inspections, and commissioning.
He believes that a system on paper is only as good as its construction and commissioning and that a hands-on approach is paramount to ensure it is constructed and set-up to operate at its maximum potential.
Mathieu started his career in 2005 at MechWave Engineering, and moved to BC in 2008 to join Rocky Point Engineering as a designer in 2008.
Mathieu specializes in designing HVAC, Plumbing and Fire Protection systems for projects such as schools, colleges, universities, community centers, warehouses, residential, commercial buildings, arenas, laboratories, libraries and office buildings.
Mathieu recently completed design of the new Emily Carr University of Art & Design, a new LEED Gold $120 million facility which incorporates a district energy system supplemented with heat recovery heat pumps, and active chilled beam technology. His wide range of experience gives him a unique and valuable perspective when he approaches new projects, and his adherence to timelines and thorough coordination has led to consistent client satisfaction.
Jason obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering at the University of British Columbia in 2012 and joined Rocky Point Engineering in January 2013, bringing with him a keen interest in sustainable building technologies and HealthCare facilities.
Since joining Rocky Point Engineering, Jason has been actively involved in project management within our Vancouver operations, from the initial conceptual mechanical building systems design to final detailed mechanical systems preparation. His education and hands on experience have enabled him to complete projects both on time and with a high level of expertise.
Jason has been the project lead in the design and construction of many complex HVAC and plumbing systems within healthcare projects. This includes project budgeting, systems procurement, project scheduling, construction administration c/w field reviews throughout final building commissioning all which has enabled him to successfully deliver a wide selection of mechanical building sector type projects.
Jason provides an insightful client service approach within all aspects of our business model. This allows him the ability to approach each job with a fresh and open perspective, while still maintaining a high level of detail project understanding and deliverables.
Tom Popovich has over thirty years experience in the design of mechanical systems for a variety of types of facilities. He has expertise in the design of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems, as well as fire protection, medical gas, plumbing and geothermal systems. During his career he has worked on numerous schools, post-secondary, health care, large and small commercial complexes, high rise office towers and hotel projects. Tom also has a vast amount of experience in the renovation and upgrade of heritage type buildings including residential and commercial structures.
Tom's educational projects include schools K-12 throughout British Columbia, including many First Nation Schools located in remote, northern communities. For some of these projects he has designed geothermal and other energy efficient heating systems. He has vast experience in renovations to Universities, Colleges and Medical Training Facilities including 'iCapture" Laboratory facilities at St. Paul's Hospital.
Scott is the Manager of Construction Services at Rocky Point Engineering and has over 20 years of experience in the design of mechanical systems, in addition to construction administration for many diverse projects in British Columbia. His commitment to client care and focus on project quality has enabled him to develop and maintain many highly valued working relationships with owners, clients and contractors throughout the province.
Aaron first entered the consulting field in 1999 as a Mechanical Technologist. In the ensuing years he has worked for mechanical consulting firms in Calgary, Langley and Nanaimo, developing his career through working on numerous hospital, elementary and secondary school, post-secondary, large and small commercial, recreational, industrial and residential projects.
In 2005, Aaron joined Rocky Point Engineering as a Project Manager, continued on to become a Principal in 2011 and currently manages Rocky Point’s Nanaimo Office. He has a wide range of experience with a focus on providing high efficiency yet practical mechanical system designs working in an integrative approach with project teams and fitting within the framework of the client’s economical target and vision for the project.
In recent years Aaron has developed a strong interest in environmental and sustainability issues, and has assisted in moving projects toward greater sustainable design practices. He became a LEED accredited professional in 2007 and has designed and participated in overseeing construction of mechanical systems incorporating hybrid mechanical-natural ventilation systems, high efficiency heating/cooling plant and terminal unit design with geothermal options, storm water retention and low water consumption buildings. He has personally been involved in the project design of numerous buildings on Vancouver Island that have attained LEED certification.
Cory Langevin is a Mechanical Technologist with over 17 years of experience in Consulting Engineering. Cory has designed mechanical systems for numerous education, healthcare, institutional and commercial building projects. Providing prompt response and attention to detail, Cory strives to ensure all Client objectives are met.
Bob has practiced in the mechanical engineering consulting industry for over 50 years on a vast array of complex projects, but primarily focusing in the healthcare, commercial and educational sectors. He is acclaimed by his clients for contributing a wealth of knowledge to his projects and mentorship that only someone with his years of experience can provide. He consistently demonstrates his commitment to his clients by ensuring that projects are designed and constructed correctly. Bob Alexander joined Rocky Point Engineering in the fall of 2010.
With over 3 decades of experience in the building engineering industry, Mark has specialized in plumbing systems design for the Healthcare, Educational, Institutional, Recreational and Commercial sectors. Currently, his work is focused on mechanical healthcare design that delivers successful projects through traditional methods, the Design Bid/Build process and Public-Private Partnerships P3.
Mark has a continuing passion to ensure that all projects are designed in adherence with each client’s goals and objectives. His approach is rooted in the philosophy that client service is based on responsible design through dialogue and effective leadership.
Mark is a Board Member of the Canadian Healthcare Engineering Society (CHES).
Kyle Hasenkox attended the University of Victoria and has 16 years of experience designing mechanical systems. Kyle joined Rocky Point in 2011 as a Senior Project Manager before getting appointed Principal in 2014. Kyle has a variety of experience with a focus on high efficiency systems as he tries to incorporate a realistic green approach by finding the most economical and enviro-friendly strategy possible, while working within the client's budget constraints and vision for the project. He believes that sustainability is not just a goal for buildings; it also means creating long term relationships while maintaining a balance that serves; our industry, our community and our lives. He is actively involved with ASHRAE, sitting on the local board, the regional executive and a number of technical committees including Educational Facilities to help advance the industry. He has been awarded an ASHRAE design award, and has worked on a number of LEED projects and commercial projects incorporating heat reclamation.
Mirko has over 20 years of mechanical/energy engineering and project management experience. For 15 years, he provided project management and mechanical engineering services to the former British Columbia Buildings Corporation for a variety of projects throughout the BC Interior. Mirko is a Certified Energy Manager (CEM) and brings a solid understanding of sustainable energy practices to each project. He is also a Certified Professional (CP) so he is well versed in the interpretation and application of the various parts of the building code and the numerous standards. Mirko joined the Rocky Point Kelowna office in the summer of 2013 and has recently relocated to our Nelson office where he will oversee both Kootenay & Okanagan locations.