“And the rain poured down and the floods came and the winds blew and struck against the house and it caved in, and its collapse was great”.
"… then our mission must be to provide a structure to resist natural forces which is afterwards subjected in its use by man."
Park•Janik Consulting Engineers Inc, originally R.C. Park Engineering Limited, was founded in Calgary in 1999 by Rodney Colin Park, P.Eng.
Rodney graduated from the University of Calgary with a BSc in Civil Engineering in 1993, started in Structural Engineering Consulting soon after and is well known in the industry for listening carefully to clients' needs to determine the best construction techniques applicable for the project and design accordingly.
With nearly 25 years of experience in residential, commercial, industrial and civil structure design across Canada, the U.S. and the Caribbean, Rodney has a wide range of innovative design experience and is always adding new construction processes and technologies to his vast expertise.
In 2016, Bart Janik, MSc, P.Eng, joined the firm’s corporate practice as a partner and the company was re-branded as Park•Janik Consulting Engineers Inc.
Bart completed his Bachelor of Civil Engineering in his native Poland and followed that with a Master of Science (MSc), MSc Construction Project Management at Birmingham City University in the U.K.
Originally trained as a bridge engineer, Bart has worked on various structural engineering projects across the world, including commercial, residential and industrial structural projects in Canada and United Kingdom and infrastructure projects in continental Europe.
Park•Janik Consulting Engineers Inc. is licensed to operate throughout Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan. The firm provides a range of structural consulting services to all sectors of construction, using the latest technology and materials. With strong commitment to sustainable and economical design.
Our Structural Engineering Consulting has earned and maintained a reputation for delivering projects of all values, sizes and complexities.