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Ecometrix acquires Calder Engineering

Environmental consulting firm joins forces with engineering firm.

December 3, 2021   Adam Freill
Construction

Bill Dainty, principal at Calder, Brian Fraser, partner at Ecometrix, Bruce Rodgers, CEO of Ecometrix and Rob Whyte, principal at Calder, recently announced the merged operations to staff during a company event.

Left to right: Bill Dainty, principal at Calder, Brian Fraser, partner at Ecometrix, Bruce Rodgers, CEO of Ecometrix and Rob Whyte, principal at Calder, recently announced the merged operations to staff during a company event. (Submitted Photo)

Environmental consultancy provider Ecometrix recently announced a merger of operations with Calder Engineering Ltd. Calder provides professional services in the fields of civil, environmental, and water resources engineering, including feasibility studies, environmental assessments, project permitting, preliminary and detailed design, contract administration and construction review.

The two companies have maintained strong working relationships dating back to the initial establishment of both firms, and company principals expect that the amalgamation to provide enhanced technical expertise to their clients and partners.

“Together our two firms provide complementary, rather than overlapping services,” said Bill Dainty and Rob Whyte, speaking on behalf of Calder. “This merger will allow us to bring increased efficiency to clients, especially with regards to water resource engineering.”

“We look forward to continuing our long relationship with Calder through formally combining our two organizations,” added Bruce Rodgers, CEO of Ecometrix. “Working together as one company will enable us to further support our clients in helping them reach their environmental goals.”

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To celebrate the coming together of the two companies, Ecometrix held an all-staff event at its Mississauga office.