Our team

At Chorus, we are more than a team of engineers – we are creators, problem solvers, and innovators united by a passion for precision. Our values are woven into every project, ensuring not just exceptional engineering but also a commitment to social and environmental responsibility.

Projects under our belts

Our team has rich expertise in building mechanical systems and have designed HVAC, plumbing, and fire protection systems for various applications across British Columbia. Our design portfolio includes:
  • LEED Gold social housing projects
  • LEED Platinum institutional projects
  • BC Housing projects
  • ~100 bank branches
  • Energy reduction projects
  • GHG reduction electrification project
  • Passive house social housing projects
  • High-rise office towers
  • High-rise mixed-used market condominiums
  • A multi-phased luxury department store
  • Multi-floor office TI projects, educational facilities
  • Data centres
  • HVAC system upgrade projects
  • Restaurant and commercial kitchens
  • National communications retail stores
  • National clothing retail stores
  • Global luxury brand stores

Principal Maestro, Raymond Cho, P.Eng.

As the Principal Maestro of Chorus, Raymond Cho, P.Eng, leads the company with a vision grounded in excellence. With over two decades of industry experience in various consulting firms, Raymond has successfully completed over 1,500 projects, ranging from 250 sq.ft. to 250,000 sq.ft. His commitment to excellence and positive impact defines Chorus' proactive approach to every endeavor.

Founding Chorus

Raymond identified a recurring industry pattern that hindered projects and affected stakeholders repeatedly during his tenure as a former Principal at a national firm. In February of 2022, he took decisive action to break this cycle, founding Chorus. Shifting the focus from mere fees and deadlines, Raymond champions a holistic approach centered on the project delivery process and human wellbeing.

Education & Career

Raymond's journey began at McGill University, where he earned his Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering in 2001. His impactful career spans contributions to renowned firms such as Cobalt Engineering (now Introba), Smith and Andersen Vancouver, MCW Vancouver, Merber Corporation Toronto, and Vaughan Byrnes Engineering Toronto.