Fast + Epp announces new Associates and Associate Principals
March 22, 2023
Fast + Epp is pleased to announce multiple promotions within our firm.
These promotions recognize each individual’s outstanding contribution to our firm’s diverse portfolio of work as well as their commitment to inspiring their teams and contributing to the positive culture at Fast + Epp.
Carla has proved invaluable to our clients when it comes to understanding building physics and materials, and she works closely with industry partners to develop solutions that deliver optimal structural as well as program efficiency. She is the Testing Team lead at our R&D hub, Concept Lab, using the data gleaned from our research programs to regularly contribute to academic journals and conferences.
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Yury has extensive design experience with recreational, cultural, and residential buildings. His ability to conceptualize the design in the early stages along with a remarkable attention to detail results in structurally efficient and architecturally expressive buildings like the təməsew̓txʷ Aquatic and Community Centre. Yury leads our sustainability initiatives, implementing Fast + Epp’s Embodied Carbon Action Plan to reduce the carbon footprint of building designs.
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Jamie Pobre Sullivan
As a timber and seismic engineer and project manager, Jamie integrates technical complexity with thoughtful architectural design. She is a confident collaborator with an eye for detail, bringing together her design teams to deliver ambitious structures that are efficiently robust while realizing architectural vision. Jamie’s recent work includes the BCIT Tall Timber Student Housing project and the Walmart Home Office Campus.
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Chris wholeheartedly embraces the firm’s design ethos with notable project experience across all primary materials: reinforced concrete, structural steel and timber structures. His strong client relationships are a testament to his professionalism, technical abilities, and understanding of clients’ needs. His recent projects include Timber House, a 6-storey residential building that uses mass timber for both gravity and lateral elements, and the award-winning SFU Stadium canopy.
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