Sasa Dzekic, M.ENG., P.ENG.

Practice Lead Civil/Structural, Haag Canada

Toronto, ON

Sasa Dzekic, M.ENG., P.ENG.

Practice Lead Civil/Structural, Haag Canada

Toronto, ON

GET TO KNOW Sasa Dzekic, M.ENG., P.ENG.

Mr. Sasa Dzekic, M.Eng., P.Eng., is contracting with Haag Canada as the Practice Lead Civil/Structural. He is a designated consulting engineer with over 32 years of professional experience in structural engineering involving a wide range of building projects. He specializes in investigation and assessment of failures of buildings and structural systems, and/or their components, and evaluation of structural damage. Mr. Dzekic has conducted structural forensic investigation and assessment, preparation of reports, and expert testimony when required. He has performed planning and on-site advice with respect to unsafe building conditions and demolition, including temporary measures for structural securing of the buildings. He has conducted structural analysis and design of concrete, steel, wood and masonry structures, review of drawings for building permit purposes, and field review during construction. View his full profile here.

  • Professional Engineers of Ontario, Consulting Engineer Designation
  • Association of Professional Engineers & Geoscientists of Alberta Designation
  • Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of the Province of British Columbia Designation

Primary Areas of Consulting

Structural Evaluations:

  • Commercial, residential, industrial, institutional (including schools, churches, hospitals), farm/agricultural buildings (including pole barns, greenhouses, silos), and designated structures (including retaining walls, crane runways, storage tanks)
  • Structural failure of buildings and structural systems, and/or their components
  • Structural damage due to fire, explosion, weather events (wind, snow, flood), impact, vibration, water leakage
  • Historical buildings and structural systems
  • Structural material evaluation (including concrete, masonry, wood, steel, aluminum)
  • Building code evaluation
  • Temporary measures for structural securing of unsafe structures
  • Demolition plan preparation, general review of demolition
  • Scope of reconstruction, field review during construction

Construction Defects Evaluation

Building Envelope Evaluations

General Civil Evaluations:

  • Foundation and retaining wall failures
  • Fills and earth movement
  • Pools and other buried structures
  • Drainage and flooding

Personal Injury Incidents:

  • Slip & fall
  • Glass doors and windows
  • Aluminum ladders


  • Professional Engineers Ontario
  • Structural Engineering Institute
  • American Society of Civil Engineers
  • American Concrete Institute
  • American Institute of Steel Construction
  • National Society of Professional Engineers
  • National Academy of Forensic Engineering (Associate Member)


  • McMaster University, Hamilton, OntarioGraduate Diploma-Rehabilitation of Civil Engineering Structures, 2006
  • Diplomirani Inzenjer (Master’s in Civil Engineering equivalent), 1988
  • Ministry of Municipal Affairs and HousingQualified Designer under the Ontario Building Code (Building Structural), 2006
  • McMaster & Ontario Masonry Contractors’ AssociationEngineered Masonry Design Course Graduate, 1988

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