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Company Updates: Genivar, SNC-Lavalin, MMM

January 24, 2008
By Canadian Consulting Engineer

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GENIVAR of Montreal has acquired an Ontario-based transportation planning and design firm: Transenco Limited.
Transenco was founded in 1994 and has 20 employees in North York, Bancroft and Ottawa. Gordon Krieger, P.Eng. is president of Transenco.
Its recent projects include rehabilitating designs for Highway 15 between Seeley’s Bay and Crosby, Highway 400 from Highway 11 north to Highway 93, and Highway 62 south of Bancroft, including the Beaver Creek Bridge replacement.
Publicly-traded Genivar now has 2,400 employees, including 460 people in Ontario where it has undertaken a spate of recent acquisitions.
SNC-Lavalin of Montreal has won a $94.5 million contract with the City of Port Coquitlam in B.C. to design the Coast Meridian Overpass. The overpass is a 580-metre long cable-stayed bridge to link north and south Port Coquitlam over some CP Railway yards.
The sod-turning is scheduled for the end of January, with completion slated for January 2010.
MMM Group of Toronto announced three new partners at the beginning of January 2008. One is Mark Inglis, who joined MMM in 1993, he manages the landscape architecture and urban design department. Another is Hal Janes, P.Eng. who was appointed general manager for MMM’s Geomatics West in 2006. Janes joined Usher Canada Limited in 1986, which merged with MMM in 2000. Lastly, new partner Robert W. Koziol, P.Eng. joined MMM in 2005 and has over 26 years of experience in the design of roads and highways across Canada.


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