Loring Opens Toronto Office

Loring Consulting Engineers is pleased to announce the opening of our newest office in Toronto, headed up by professional mechanical engineer Nigel Bastiampillai. Located at 55 St. Clair Avenue West, Loring’s Toronto branch will provide comprehensive mechanical and electrical consulting engineering services for a variety of project types, including commercial, healthcare, education, mission critical and government facilities. The firm’s commitment to support clients across a multitude of project phases means engagements range from concept design to commissioning and simulation services.

Nigel joins the Loring team as a vice president with nearly a decade of engineering and project management experience. His particular expertise in design of mission critical facilities for the banking industry complements Loring’s diverse portfolio of projects in almost every building sector. A graduate of the University of Windsor, Nigel holds a Master of Science degree from Cranfield University in the U.K. and is a member of the Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO). In addition to work in critical environments, he has international airport, university and healthcare project experience.

“With so many of our corporate and architecture clients having a presence in Toronto, it made sense for us to establish our first permanent base outside the U.S. there,” says Loring CEO Barry Maltz. “Having Nigel in the lead greatly enhances our opportunities to build relationships with new clients and to strengthen our existing ones.”

The opening of Loring’s Toronto office extends the reach of the 120-member firm. Headquartered in New York City, Loring now serves clients from five locations, including additional branch offices in Washington, DC, Princeton, New Jersey and Durham, North Carolina.

Celebrating its 60th anniversary, Loring’s work over the decades ranges from the original World Trade Center complex and iconic Citicorp buildings in New York City, numerous laboratories and facilities at world-class institutions and leading universities, to restoration of the Statue of Liberty and the U.S. Supreme Court Building. Milestone projects include the award-winning Parliament House of Australia, the new National Library of Latvia and New Jersey’s first net-zero school building, which also meets the Living Building Challenge.

To contact Loring’s Toronto office, please email Nigel Bastiampillai or phone 647-352-9999.