Structures need to stand the test of time. Quality and longevity, it’s at the heart of our firm.
TLSE Engineering was founded in Vancouver, BC, in 1990 with a vision to make breathtaking structures a reality through a collaborative engineering and architectural effort. We are an independent firm of highly qualified structural engineering consultants and an active member of the Structural Engineers Association of British Columbia (SEABC) and the Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia (EGBC). From low to high rises, we design all structural aspects of any type of building structure. We offer a range of services, and have expertise and proven experience with all major construction materials – concrete, steel, and timber. Our projects span across Canada and the globe including in China, Japan, Korea, Turkey, and the United States.
We are a recognized leader in the design of mid-rise timber structures, garnishing awards from the Canadian Wood Council (CWC). Most recently, CWC presented us with the Wood Design Award in 2015 and the Engineering Award in 2016.
We are also pleased to inform you that TLSE Engineering is Organizational Quality Management (OQM) certified by EGBC.
Thomas Leung, P.Eng., Struct.Eng., FEC, MIStructE.
President of TLSE Engineering
Thomas is well known for his generosity, in sharing his time and knowledge to the benefit of the engineering community. He is a key contributor to the CSA 086 timber design technical committee, a key contributor to the APEGBC best practice guide
for mid-rise construction in BC, and has an exceptional understanding of the technical aspects of wood engineering that goes well beyond the Building Code. He is also well-known for providing workable solutions to the construction site. In addition, he does a lot of work with FII and Canada Wood’s Asia markets (Page 17 of Structural Engineers Association British Columbia, Newsletter, Volume 30, May 2015).
*TLSE Engineering is also known as Thomas Leung Structural Engineering
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