Two Toronto companies join Morrison Hershfield
Consulting engineering company Morrison Hershfield of Toronto has joined forces with Mitchell, Pound & Braddock of ...
Consulting engineering company Morrison Hershfield of Toronto has joined forces with Mitchell, Pound & Braddock of Richmond Hill and Draycott Environmental of Toronto.
Partners from the firms have worked together in the past and established a mutual trust. MPB has around 20 staff and Draycott is a small firm.
In a press release, Ron Wilson, P.Eng., chief executive officer of Morrison Hershfield, says that the mergers will strengthen the company’s infrastructure and environmental services. “Our combined staff of 600 gives us exceptional technical depth and increased capacity with which to serve clients.”
MPB’s senior vice president Geoffrey Pound, P.Eng. and DEI president Paul Draycott said why they joined forces with Morrison Hershfield: “We like the people. The culture is a great fit and the technical know-how is strong. It’s a winning formula for our clients. Clients are our real beneficiaries here with our intent to significantly broaden our services.”
MPB is active in municipal and transportation engineering, stormwater management and land development services. DEI has scientific expertise in environmental projects.
Morrison Hershfield is an employee-owned company. Its founding partner, the late Carson Morrison, was the original editor of Canadian Consulting Engineer magazine.