Discrete Scope Projects
The Discrete Scope Projects (DSP) Directory has been compiled on the basis of self-declarations provided by individual members that, in accordance with Principle 2 of the Code of Ethics, they are qualified by training or experience to provide engineering or geoscience services in their practice area(s) of interest. The DSP Directory may not include all members and licensees that undertake these services. Engineers and Geoscientists BC assumes no responsibilities for the services provided by the individual members or organizations whose names are listed in the DSP Directory, the SEABC Directory or the ACEC-BC Directory. Engineers and Geoscientists BC assumes no responsibilities for the services provided by the individual members or organizations whose names are listed in the DSP Directory.
Do you have a small project that requires the services of a professional engineer of professional geoscientist?
Have you been asked to provide plans, drawings, reports or other documents sealed by an Engineers and Geoscientists BC professional?
The association frequently receives requests from individuals and small to medium-sized businesses for the names of Engineers and Geoscientists BC professionals that could provide services for their projects. In most cases, those projects have discrete and limited scopes. Such requests often arise from a requirement by an authority having jurisdiction, such as a building official or a permitting officer.
To assist in locating Engineers and Geoscientists BC members and licensees who provide services on these types of projects, Engineers and Geoscientists BC has created the Discrete Scope Projects (DSP) Directory. Engineers and Geoscientists BC professionals whose names are included in the DSP Directory have voluntarily provided their information and indicated their willingness to take on such assignments.
View the Discrete Scope Projects Directory
The Structural Engineers Association of British Columbia (SEABC) maintains a searchable directory of structural engineering firms.
While participating engineers and geoscientists listed in the DSP Directory may have the resources to handle larger projects, for more substantial and complex projects, or projects requiring the application of multiple engineering disciplines, the Association of Consulting Engineering Companies of British Columbia (ACEC-BC) maintains a directory of engineering companies.
Interested Engineers and Geoscientists BC members and licensees can add their names to the DSP Directory on a voluntary basis. To register, please fill out the Declaration Form.