Stantec expands into mining with planned purchase of Mcintosh
Stantec is planning to expand its services into mining by signing a letter of intent to acquire McIntosh Engineerin...
Stantec is planning to expand its services into mining by signing a letter of intent to acquire McIntosh Engineering.
McIntosh has more than 200 employees, mostly located in Arizona in the U.S. and Sudbury and North Bay in Ontario. With special expertise in underground hard rock mining, McIntosh has served many of the largest, deepest and most technically challenging mines in the world. The company’s services range from mine conceptualization through to detail design, and construction management. Its president and CEO is Scott McIntosh.
During 2007 McIntosh had gross revenues of approximately $32 million. The transaction with Stantec is expected to be completed in July.
Stantec now has 9,000 employees operating in more than 100 locations in North America.