Electrical Engineering and Lighting Designs for Innovators and Market Leaders.

Fortech is the best value in the industry. We understand that engineering services are not a commodity to be selected by the lowest price. Rather, well-designed electrical and mechanical systems can save you thousands on building energy and maintenance costs, as well as improve employee and customer satisfaction. These systems are the life blood of your company, and need to be properly designed to help you succeed.

With engineers accounting for only
1-2% of building life-cycle costs, choose only the best engineer.



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University of Waterloo, Velocity Residence

The client requested a state-of-the-art lighting system. As part of the solution, we provided custom lighting fixtures with variable colour temperature fluorescent up-lighting and RGB LED downlighting. All aspects of the lighting are controlled directly by the students within the space. Fixture design by Jordan Acri.

Architect: MMMC Architect Inc., 2008

Pharmasave, Stoney Creek

We used creative placement of standard, commodity light fixtures to give the store a new look and distinguish it from competitors.

Combined with daylight harvesting controls, this solution provides lowered operating costs without sacrificing light levels.

Architect: Sam Esposto Architect Inc., 2009

Mount Forest Library

This original Carnegie Library underwent complete renovations with an addition. Our new design maintains the integrity of the building while incorporating a complete lighting control system including daylight harvesting for maximum energy savings. Additionally, we carefully selected the fixtures to minimize the number of lamp and ballast types for ease of maintenance.

Architect: Grinham Architect, 2010

Corus Entertainment Radio, Kitchener Location

We worked closely with the architect and interior designer to provide a functional and energy-efficient lighting design that complements a creative environment.

This electrical design incorporated daylighting systems, power quality solutions, and a stand-by natural gas generator system.

Architect: SRM Architect Inc., 2009