is currently a consultant to CPP Inc., a Colorado-based wind engineering and dynamics consulting firm.
Breukelman received his B.E.Sc., and M.E.Sc. from the University of Western Ontario. His masters’ degree evaluated the performance of the world’s largest (at that time) Tuned Sloshing Water Damper (TSWD) constructed at the Commerce Court Building in Toronto.
During his subsequent tenure at Rowan Williams Davies & Irwin (RWDI), he built a business implementing damping-systems projects around the world, including the 660 tonne TMD for the Taipei 101 project. He joined CPP Inc. as a principal in 2006 and became a consultant in 2009.