McIntosh Perry acquires Calgary-based Onstream EngineeringCompanies & People Gus Sarrouh McIntosh Perry oil and gas
The new acquisition expands the engineering firm's position in the Western Canadian oil and gas market.
Ontario-based McIntosh Perry has more than doubled in size over the past two years and is growing again with the acquisition of Calgary-based Onstream Engineering Ltd., a provider of engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) services in Alberta’s oil and gas market.
“We are well-positioned in the oil and gas market with OEL Projects Ltd., a McIntosh Perry Company, and the addition of Onstream furthers our goal to grow our oil and gas division in Western Canada,” said Gus Sarrouh, CEO, McIntosh Perry, in a company release.
Onstream offers a range of engineering services focused on project control – pipelines and facilities, process engineering, design services, and regulatory approvals.
“Joining McIntosh Perry is a fantastic opportunity to enhance our capabilities,” said Wade Brocklebank, president, Onstream in the release. “We can now draw upon McIntosh Perry’s expertise and success in the oil and gas engineering industry to enhance our already high-level of customer service. We look forward to working with the McIntosh Perry team as the company continues to grow in Western Canada.”
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