Engineering for people
What defines us
An employee-owned, Canadian firm.
An agile and multidisciplinary approach.
An entrepreneurial culture that supports innovation.
A socially responsible firm.
A leader in sustainable and responsible engineering.
More than 30 years of know-how in engineering
As a Canadian firm property of its employees and operating locally across Canada, our greatest reward is the success of our people, business partners and clients.
Through our culture and open-mindedness, we innovate for the future. We work to create sustainable communities through an agile and multidisciplinary approach.
Welcome to a place where people are at the heart of everything we do.
Today, CIMA+ employs more than 2,800 people who work in the office, in the field or from their home to build a better future. We are proud to be recognized as one of the best employers in Canada, and wish to pursue our growth by doubling our workforce in the next few years.
At CIMA+, you will discover an environment where people pay special attention to everyone’s ideas and aspirations. You will have countless occasions to learn and develop various skills by working on engaging projects. You may even become a shareholder in the firm.
We have hundreds of tailor-made offers, so wait no longer and join us!
CIMA+ AND SYSTEMEX INDUSTRIES CONSEILS ANNOUNCE STRATEGIC ALLIANCE
Construction of new biomass handling and storage facilities
Supervision of work on the Pierre-Laporte bridge
In recent years, the Ministère des Transports has implemented accelerated work for the complete rehabilitation of the roadway as well as several works on the structure (cable, security, deck...
The delicate art of restoring a historic covered bridge
Women in Governance
CIMA+ announces its Women in Governance Parity Certification and a new member of its Board of Directors
Whapmagoostui Cree First Nation – Installation of a drainage system
This remote community of approximately 980 people experiences increasingly frequent episodes of heavy rainfall in the fall and spring (combined with snow melting). The resulting large accumulations of water...
Buildings for tomorrow
Project involving repairs to the Louis-Hippolyte-La Fontaine Tunnel
The main objective of the project is to repair the Louis-Hippolyte-La Fontaine Bridge-Tunnel infrastructure and upgrade certain systems in order to avoid the need for major interventions for a...
Master Plan for Kinshasa-Ndjili International Airport
Airport authorities wanted to have a blueprint adapted to their reality and compliant with international standards. This reality had to factor in a delay in awarding the contract for...