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Consulting engineering companies merge, buy and hit the newsstands

Teknika HBA of Sherbrooke, Quebec and Lecompte Engineering of Ottawa have announced they are merging together.

February 24, 2006   Canadian Consulting Engineer

Teknika HBA of Sherbrooke, Quebec and Lecompte Engineering of Ottawa have announced they are merging together.
Teknika HBA is an engineering and construction company founded in 1928 in Sherbrooke. It has 700 employees spread around various centres in the province.
Lecompte Engineering was begun in 1962 to serve the Ottawa region and has 12 employees.
Stantec has signed a letter of intent to acquire a multi-discipline design firm Dufresne-Henry of North Springfield, Vermont.
Dufresne-Henry has over 275 employees and 16 offices in the northeaster UN.S. and Florida.
The firms expect to complete the transaction in late April.
AMEC was named “Outstanding Business of the Year” and “Newsmaker of the Year” at the Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce 2006 Business Excellence Awards in B.C. in January.
The company was selected because of their practice of involving local companies in their international projects and for generating headlines around the world — particularly with the recent launch of the Blast Telescope.


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