Enermodal Engineering, a consulting firm of 100 people and the largest in Canada devoted to the design and commissioning of green buildings and LEED certification, has joined the MMM Group.
The MMM Group has 2,000 employees and was founded in 1952. Its head office is in Thornhill, north of Toronto, and it has offices across Canada.
Enermodal was founded in 1980 in Kitchener, Ontario and has offices there and in Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgary and Edmonton. It is responsible for 40% of all buildings certified under the LEED Canada NC (new construction) program.
MMM and Enermodal are already working together on two large P3 projects.
Bruce Bodden, President and CEO of MMM, said: “This move enhances our ability to offer our clients the full range of services and solutions demanded by the modern market: low-energy and low-impact buildings, communities and infrastructure.”
Stephen Carpenter, President of Enermodal Engineering, said: “We’ve always respected MMM as one of Canada’s engineering leaders and we have had a very successful relationship on many green projects — we like the way that MMM has always been willing to lead the way in better engineering practice on green buildings. We are excited to leverage our shared resources and building expertise to offer more services to a broader range of clients and locations.”
Stephen Carpenter will continue as president of Enermodal, and Enermodal will maintain its name and its office locations.
Canadian Consulting Engineer published a feature about Enermodal’s new head office in Kitchener in the August-September issue – click here.