Pinchin acquires DEC Engineering Sustainability
DEC, with locations in Vancouver and Victoria, offers a range of mechanical services, including expertise in buildings systems, district energy, forensic analysis, as well as energy and sustainability.
Pinchin Ltd. has acquired DEC Engineering Sustainability, a mechanical engineering and design firm with locations in Vancouver and Victoria.
Founded in 1979, DEC offers a range of mechanical services, including expertise in buildings systems, district energy, forensic analysis, as well as energy and sustainability.
“This acquisition strengthens our building engineering practice and enables Pinchin to operate at the forefront of mechanical engineering design,” said Pinchin CEO Jeff Grossi in a company release.
“We are excited by the opportunities offered to our clients and our employees,” said DEC CEO and founder Dale Carter. “The expanded and broader pool of talent will enable us to deliver holistic mechanical and building engineering solutions to our clients, improving responsiveness and enhancing the overall client experience”.
Pinchin is an employee owned multi-disciplinary consulting firm, offering a range of design, engineering, and environmental consulting services. Since its founding in 1981, Pinchin has grown to 38 offices and over 750 people across the country. The DEC team has relocated to the Richmond, B.C. office and is being led byJames Spooner, operations manager for mechanical services.