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CIMA+ acquires Alberta’s KFR Engineering

The Edmonton-based firm specializes in mechanical engineering design for the buildings sector.


EdmontonCIMA+, the Quebec-based multi-disciplinary engineering firm with 31 offices across the country, has acquired Edmonton-based KFR Engineering, specialists in mechanical engineering design for the buildings sector.

“We are delighted to welcome KFR Engineering’s team of 22 employees and partners to the CIMA+ family,” says Francois Plourde, president and CEO of CIMA+, in a company release. “For CIMA+, the acquisition of KFR Engineering is strategic for several reasons, namely in that both of our firms share a common business culture that focuses on quality engineering and the well-being of our employees and communities.”

Founded in 2009 by S. Migo Kelada, P.Eng., Patrick Fleming, P.Eng., and Dwayne M. Rose, R.E.T. (retired), KFR Engineering has delivered projects via innovative design practices, embracing new technologies to provide their clients with systems that will perform well into the future.

Kelly Yuzdepski, vice-president, Western Canada with CIMA+, adds, “KFR Engineering has an impressive record in delivering public-sector work to healthcare facilities, schools and labs in various capacities such as building retrofits, condition assessments and repurposing projects. Combining our resources will help us better serve our clients in building engineering in Western Canada, while enhancing our multidisciplinary service offer.”