Cameron K. Andres

Cameron K. Andres graduated from the University of Manitoba (1966) with a B Sc in Civil Engineering and then worked as a structural design engineer in Western Canada for nine years (1966 to 1975).


He taught at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Calgary Alberta (1975- 2000) in the Civil Engineering Technology Program where he taught courses including strength of materials, structural design, concrete technology, and computer assisted structural analysis.  During this time, he earned a degree diploma (1990) in Adult Education from the University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta.


In 1978 he co-authored the textbook–Masonry: Materials Design Construction, published by Reston Publishing.


He began the long association with Prentice Hall in 1986 by doing the third edition of Principles and Practices of Heavy Construction which was the precursor to Principles and Practices of Commercial Construction, 8th Edition.


Cameron Andres retired from teaching in 2000 and is presently living on Vancouver Island, British Columbia.