Cohos Evamy merges with other firms
October 4, 2010
By Canadian Consulting Engineer
A group of Canadian engineering, architecture, urban planning and interior design firms have merged and adopte...
A group of Canadian engineering, architecture, urban planning and interior design firms have merged and adopted a new name. Cohos Evamy, Hotson Bakker Boniface Haden, Mole White Associates, and Office for Urbanism have joined and will be collectively known as DIALOG.
The multidisciplinary firm will work from offices in Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton, and Vancouver.
Chair of DIALOG is Doug McConnell, who said in a press announcement: “Our new name speaks to a vital national professional practice built upon a multidisciplinary approach committed to collaborative design.”
Rob Adamson is managing principal in Calgary, Jennifer Keesmaat is principal in Toronto, and Joost Bakker is principal in Vancouver.