Canadian Consulting Engineer

Acquisitions proceed apace

Omicron of Vancouver has acquired BCMP Architects, a Calgary architecture, interior design, planning and real estate firm. With 200 employees, Omicron now says it is "Western Canada's largest integrat...

June 1, 2009   Canadian Consulting Engineer

Omicron of Vancouver has acquired BCMP Architects, a Calgary architecture, interior design, planning and real estate firm. With 200 employees, Omicron now says it is “Western Canada’s largest integrated design and construction firm.”

AMEC has acquired Journeaux, Bedard & Associates of Montreal.

GENIVAR has acquired Jagger Hims, a firm specializing in earth sciences and environmental engineering. Jagger Hims has 90 employes in seven offices around southern Ontario.

MTE Consultants of Waterloo has merged with Waterloo Geoscience Consultants.

Wardrop has acquired ACI Engineering, a firm of 14 employees specializing in power systems based in Vancouver.

SNC-Lavalin has acquired Spectrol Energy Services, a company of 75 employees in St. John’s, Newfoundland specializing in the oil, gas and natural resource sectors.


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