Stephen Brown, Principal, P. Eng., P.E.
Stephen obtained his Bachelor of Engineering Science from the University of Western Ontario in 1977 and completed his M.Eng. from the University of Toronto in 1983 on a part-time basis while working full time.
He has over 35 years of experience in structural engineering. His projects have included the Humber Pedestrian Bridge which received the Governor General Award for Architecture and an award for excellence from the Canadian Institute for Steel Construction. Other award winning projects include the 650m Long-Sault Bridge from Hawkesbury, Ontario to Grenville, Quebec, Town and Country BMW, and the Mount Pleasant Visitation Centre. Other notable work completed prior to Brown|CO includes Highway 407 (central section), Highway 6 in Israel, and the Village of Taunton Mills Long Term Care facility.
He has published papers on the analysis of guyed structures, the structural rehabilitation of the roof at the Ontario Provincial Legislature, sequential demolition of bridges, shrinkage induced lateral displacement of bridges and bridge lifting.
Jason Jelinek, Principal, P. Eng.
Jason obtained his Bachelor of Engineering Science from the University of Western Ontario in 1999 and his Master of Engineering Science from the University of Western Ontario in 2002.
He has over 12 years of experience in structural engineering with Brown|CO. His projects have included sequential demolition and reconstruction design for a multi-span arch bridge, removal of a 60m truss bridge by reverse launching, development of a new line of highway sign structures for design-build work in Alberta, bridge lifting and bearing replacement for large post-tensioned bridge structures for 407ETR, commercial buildings and recreational building expansion, and a complex utility bridge over the Don River in Toronto.
He has published papers on material properties of historical bridges, condition of uninspectable members in steel truss bridges and bridge lifting.
Andrew Au-Yeung, Project Engineer, P. Eng.
Andrew obtained his Bachelor of Applied Science, Civil Engineering from the University of Toronto, in 2007.
Andrew has over 8 years of experience in structural engineering with Brown|CO. His projects have included the award winning Mount Pleasant Visitation Centre, GO Burlington transit station, 42 Hubbard, Kitchener BMW, camber control design for a cast-in-place segmental concrete bridge, stress analysis for a number of bridge moving projects, Bramalea Road Bridge, and pedestrian bridges.