Laval and Calgary, July 19, 2017 – Last month, CIMA+ expanded its Western Canada operations by officially opening its doors in Prince George, British Columbia.
The new office, located on the fifth floor of downtown’s Scotiabank building, will help to better support our existing clients in British Columbia. It will also help to further expand CIMA+’s services and reach into the North Central areas of British Columbia for future clients.
A small team of engineers and technicians are currently working in the office, however, with support from other CIMA+ offices, all engineering services have the potential to be carried out from the new location.
Considering CIMA+’s strong history with the chemical, mining, pulp and paper mills and petrochemical industries, Prince George was the right fit. With a number of industrial facilities inside the city’s limits, and others in outlying communities, having a strong engineering service provider to support this industry locally, will be a great benefit to future clients.
“Local execution of engineering services is a much more cost effective method of delivery,” says Garry Ingham, Partner and Director in the Industry group.
“Couple that with the backing of the other CIMA+ offices across Canada, and potential clients will be well served by CIMA+ having a local presence in North Central BC.”
CIMA+ is a Canadian multidisciplinary firm that specializes in consulting engineering, project management, urban planning, communications systems, and the environment, allowing for a full range of services in urban infrastructure, transportation, buildings, industry, energy and hydroelectricity, telecommunications and geomatics. With 40 offices across Canada and Africa, CIMA+ employs close to 1,800 people, nearly 60% of which share ownership in the company. For more information on CIMA+, please visit www.cima.ca.
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