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COMPANY NEWS ROUND-UP: Golfing, giving and moving offices: exp, Golder, Stantec, HMM

exp in Brampton, west of Toronto, has raised $100,000 for local hospitals at its annual invitational golf tournament. The Eagles Nest Golf Club event on June 6 resulted in a $50,000 donation to the Toronto SickKids Foundation and $50,000 to the...

July 3, 2013   Canadian Consulting Engineer

exp in Brampton, west of Toronto, has raised $100,000 for local hospitals at its annual invitational golf tournament. The Eagles Nest Golf Club event on June 6 resulted in a $50,000 donation to the Toronto SickKids Foundation and $50,000 to the Peel Memorial Hospital/William Health System Foundation. Additional funds were donated to a local charity. This is exp’s sixth annual golf tournament, resulting in half a million dollars in charitable donations overall.

Golder Associates has expanded its presence in Northern Ontario, opening a new office in Thunder Bay. The new office will be led by Caitlin Burley, communications specialist. Earlier this year Golder expanded its laboratory services in Ontario, opening a new materials testing laboratory in Markham and expanding others to a total of nine.

The mayor of Ottawa, Jim Watson, and Stantec’s CEO Bob Gomez cut the ribbon for the opening of Stantec’s new office in the city on June 19. The new location at 1331 Clyde Avenue will be home to over 280 employees, bringing them all into one central location. As part of the opening celebration, a cheque for $2,000 was donated to the Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa in support of Camp Smitty by representatives of Stantec and the Senators Alumni.

Hatch Mott MacDonald is moving its North American headquarters from Millburn, New Jersey, to a high-rise office tower at 111 Wood Avenue South in Iselin, New Jersey. The company says the new location has “convenient highway, rail, airport, and hotel access.” Nick DeNichilo, President and CEO of Hatch Mott MacDonald, said, “We are very grateful to the people of Millburn, which has been the home of our firm for over 50 years. Given our tremendous growth over the last decade, we saw the need for change. Our new headquarters is energy-efficient, easy to get to, and equipped with the latest communication technology — and we think it looks great.”

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