Dr. TOM MORRISON, P.Eng., Principal Engineer

Ph.D. (Rehabilitation and Seismic Retrofit of Existing Structures) and B.Eng. (Civil)

McGill University

M.Eng. (Structural Analysis of Monuments and Historical Constructions)

Czech Technical University in Prague & University of Minho (Portugal)

Tom Morrison has worked exclusively on existing structures for more than 10 years.  He is recognized by multiple international conservation organizations for his application of engineering to building conservation projects.  Much of his work is dedicated to local, provincial, national and international historic sites.  Tom regularly presents and lectures on conservation-based engineering.


SONYA BURRILL, Analyst and Business Development

M.Sc. (Theoretical Chemistry), B.Sc.

University of New Brunswick

Sonya has expertise in computational modeling, which she currently enjoys applying to the development and application of structural health monitoring software at Heritage Standing.  With additional experience in non-profit governance and management of small businesses, she also leads communications and office management.  She owns a 100 year old home and is a board member of a non-profit group that owns a 100 year old masonry building, giving her ample opportunity to empathize with our clients.



M.A. (Archaeology)

University of Texas at Austin

B.A. (Arts)

University of Toronto / University of Glasgow

Sophia brings expertise to the human side of everything we do at Heritage Standing.  With experience in archaeology and archiving, she recognizes that history is the foundation of our community identity.  She drafts, documents, and creates databases for our clients’ old buildings.  She is also our in-house photgrammetry expert.    Sophia stays connected with the arts community as a student in the ceramics diploma program at NBCCD.


JANE MCGINN, P.Eng., Project Engineer

M.Eng. (Construction Management), BScEng (Civil)

University of New Brunswick

Jane offers a strong technical and diverse thirty years of workplace experience, most recently with over ten years as a Project Manager leading large and small multi-disciplinary teams in the design and construction of new buildings and renovations. She also has experience with sustainable design approaches and delivering certified sustainable development projects. Jane uses her knowledge of and experience with project controls to support the project she is involved with. Active in the community, Jane has been a member of several community boards and commissions in Fredericton.