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During the 35 years that Prosum was active, it offered services to the public in Ontario under a PEO issued Certificate of Authorization.


Prosum was also registered with the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing's (MAH) Building Code Qualification and Registration programme in the following MAH Classes of Registration:
- House
- Small Buildings
- Large Buildings
- Building Structural

Prosum encouraged and supported staff development and education through membership with professional organizations. Part of that professional membership and development was sharing the knowledge and experience through professional organizations and publications, including the following publications:

The 70 Percent Problem, The 30 % Solution - Engineering Dimensions, May/June 2016, Viewpoint - pgs 58-60

Specialization - or Not? - Canadian Consulting Engineer, Dec 2014, Opinion - pgs 20-21

A demographic Analysis of the PEO Membership, and its significance to the Practice of Professional Engineering in Ontario, Sep 1999 - Reported to PEO’s ACDE Task Force, and referenced in the ACDE Task Force Report, Sept 24, 1999.

Uplift on Rooftop Walkways and Cable Trays, National Research Council, Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, Vol. 26, No. 1, 1999, pages 119-122.

Correlation Between 28-Day Strength and Density - American Concrete Institute, Concrete International, Mar 1995 - pgs 37-41.

Unbonded Post-Tensioned Slabs, an Economical Alternative - American Concrete Institute, Concrete International, Feb 1992, pgs 41-45.

Equivalent Frame Method Applied to Concrete Shear Walls - American Concrete Institute, Concrete International, Nov 1991, pgs 65-72.