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Écogénie joins CIMA+

By Adam Freill   


Acquisition adds eco-engineering expertise to CIMA+ expanding range of environmental service offerings to existing and future customers.

CIMA+, one of Canada’s largest privately-owned consulting engineering firms, has acquired Écogénie Inc., a Quebec City-based consulting engineering firm offering eco-engineering services and solutions.

Écogénie has more than 25 years of project experience in Quebec, with expertise in bank and slope stabilization using phytotechnologies, restoration and enhancement of natural environments, development and restoration of degraded sites, environmental studies and monitoring, urban forestry, landscape architecture, and geomatics.

“The demand for eco-engineering solutions is growing strongly in the many sustainable development projects entrusted to our firm,” said Raymond McNamara, vice-president, partner, Earth and Environment at CIMA+. “Thanks to Écogénie’s expertise, our CIMA+ team will be able to diversify its range of services, which already included hydrology, and better meet this growing demand.”

“Écogénie’s mission has always been to offer our customers sustainable solutions inspired by ecoengineering principles. By joining forces with CIMA+, our collaborators will benefit from an integrated, innovative and environmentally friendly approach,” said Charles White, director and partner at Écogénie.


CIMA+ executives cited Écogénie’s reputation and experience as experts in eco-engineering, which the company has been growing since its founding in 1996.

“Their solid environmental expertise will enable CIMA+ to better advise its existing and future customers in their environmental management,” said Steeve Fiset, Chief Strategy Officer at CIMA+. “The practices and solutions developed by Écogénie to promote more sustainable development and greater respect for natural environments align with CIMA+’s values and reinforce the firm’s corporate strategy.”

CIMA+ provides a variety of consulting engineering services in the buildings, infrastructure, transportation, energy and resources, project management, communication systems, and environmental sectors.




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