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Company News Round-up: GHD, Entuitive, AMEC

GHD has added three people to its Canadian team. GHD is an international company of 6,500 based in Melbourne, Australia. Last May, it joined forces with The Sernas Group – an Ontario-based firm with 50 year history in consulting...

August 22, 2013   Canadian Consulting Engineer

GHD has added three people to its Canadian team. GHD is an international company of 6,500 based in Melbourne, Australia. Last May, it joined forces with The Sernas Group – an Ontario-based firm with 50 year history in consulting engineering and urban planning services. GHD now has offices in Whitby, Markham and Mississauga. Craig Teske has moved to Canada from GHD’s office in Brisbane and has 30 years of experience in civil engineering planning and asset management. Justin Wong joins GHD from a global steel manufacturer, and Alvin Pilobello joins GHD from a global engineering firm, where he focused on asset management, with particular attention on Canadian water and wastewater projects.

Entuitive, structural engineers has three new principals in its Toronto office: Rob Ellis in healthcare; Mike Meschino in Transportation; and Eric Gordon in Institutional.

AMEC reported its half-year results on August 8. The U.K.-based consulting engineers had stable revenue at 1,998 million pounds, an EBITA of 158 million pounds, up 4%, and an interim dividend per share up 15% to 13.5 pence.

The company said it has started 2013 “solidly, with stable revenues and improving margines in the first six moths.” It has an order book of 3.9 billion pounds. In Canada AMEC has 7,000 employees in Toronto, Oakville, Saskatoon, Calgary and Vancouver,


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