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Burt Hill joins Stantec

Stantec has officially completed a merger with Burt Hill, a 600-person integrated architecture and engineering firm headquartered in Butler, Pennsylvania.

December 6, 2010   Canadian Consulting Engineer

Stantec has officially completed a merger with Burt Hill, a 600-person integrated architecture and engineering firm headquartered in Butler, Pennsylvania.

Burt Hill specializes in the design of healthcare, science and technology, and education projects, bolstering Stantec’s presence throughout the US East Coast and abroad.

“In the last few years, we have worked hard to strengthen our Architecture and Buildings Engineering practices in the United States,” said Bob Gomes, Stantec president and chief executive officer. “Through the combination of our existing staff, recently acquired staff from Anshen + Allen, and now Burt Hill, we are seeing the results of our work, building a premiere presence in the healthcare, science and technology, and education market sectors across North America and internationally.”

From its 13 offices in the United States, the Middle East, and India, Burt Hill has led a number of high-profile projects, ranging from healthcare and research facilities to hospitality and destination developments. Some of the firm’s recent work includes the Ocean Science and Exploration Center, a learning center for the Graduate School of Oceanography, at the University of Rhode Island; the Springfield Literacy Center, a specialized education center with spaces designed to match different learning styles and achievement levels, in Springfield, Pennsylvania; the Gujarat Cancer Center, a civic hospital and medical school in Ahmedabad, India; and Al Wurai’ah Valley, a 7,000-hectare (17,000-acre) tourism destination in the coastal mountains of the United Arab Emirates.


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