Jeff Small, M.Sc., P.Eng
Since 1985, Jeff Small has been involved in the evaluation and restoration of built construction. He has provided consulting services in both Canada and the US. Jeff holds a Masters Degree in Civil Engineering, has published several papers and has taught the Condominium Management 100 and 200 courses on Reserve Fund.
He has been a guest speaker for the American Concrete Institute, International Concrete Repair Insti-tute, Real Estate Council of Alberta, Association of Condominium Managers of Alberta, and the Canadian Condominium Institute, among others.
Mark Johnson is a graduate of the NAIT Building Construction Engineering program. He has over 10 years of experience in building envelope, concrete restoration and construction projects. Mark's excellent interpersonal skills facilitate good client relationships and on site issues.
Deidra Drewes, P.Eng
Deidra Drewes has been a Civil Engineer since 1995 with combined experience in a variety of projects and disciplines. She joined Manticore in 2011 as a Project Engineer and Project Manager. Prior to joining Manticore, Deidra spent the first several years of her career in the Oil and Gas industry managing numerous multi-million dollar facility projects, acting a liaison between the various teams and developing Safety and Quality Control Programs.
At Manticore, Deidra is often on site providing building envelope reviews, post tension cable reviews, construction reviews and contract administration. She works with construction firms to ensure building integrity and proper construction.
Celina has been with Manticore Engineering since 2011. As the first point of contact when you arrive at our office, she also ensures the smooth operation of our office. Celina oversees all of Manticore’s bookkeeping, document preparation and administrative functions.
If you have any administrative issues, please contact Celina and she will be happy to help you.
We Understand Buildings
We understand how they are built and how they function. We understand how they deteriorate and fail. And we know how to effectively maintain and restore them.