Maritime consulting engineering firm in merger
November 23, 2009
By Canadian Consulting Engineer
ADI, a well known and long-established consulting engineering company that has built up its business in the ma...
ADI, a well known and long-established consulting engineering company that has built up its business in the maritime provinces of Canada, is merging with Trow Global.
Vlad Stritesky, President and CEO of Trow Global based in Brampton, Ontario made the announcement with Paul Morrison, President of ADI Limited yesterday.
“Joining Trow Global will strengthen our market presence and greatly enhance the depth of services we can offer to our clients. Our mission is to achieve success through satisfied customers – and we look forward to continuing to deliver on that mission as members of Trow Global,” said Mr. Morrison.
ADI has its headquarters in Fredericton, New Brunswick and was founded over 60 years ago in 1945 as an employee-owned company. It now has around 350 employees located in New Brunswick, P.E.I., Nova Scotia and Newfoundland-Labrador, and it also has offices in Alberta and the U.S. It provides architecture and engineering services, and its technology divisions specialize in providing wastewater treatment systems.
ADI will continue to operate under its current name, but as a Trow Global company.
Trow Global is one of Canada’s largest engineering and consulting firms, with 2,600 professionals and 80 offices across Canada, in the U.S. and around the world. It was selected as a winner of Canada’s 50 Best Managed Companies program for 2001 and 2006, and was a “requalifier” for the award in 2002, 2003, 2007 and 2008.