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New branch, new VP and new sector for Tatham

By Adam Freill   


Ontario-based multidisciplinary civil, electrical and mechanical engineering consulting firm adds space, capabilities and personnel.

David Clark. (Photo courtesy of Tatham Engineering)

Employee-owned multidisciplinary civil, electrical and mechanical engineering consulting firm Tatham Engineering recently unveiled three significant company milestones. The company has opened a branch office in Guelph, Ont., welcomed a new vice-president, and has expanded its offerings, adding building engineering services.

The new branch office is located on Macdonell Street in the heart of Guelph’s downtown district. The company says the presence there will enable them to provide localized support and build stronger connections across more communities in central and southwestern Ontario.

“Our Guelph office will help address the demand for consulting engineering services in this region and act as a strategic hub for Tatham employees already residing in the area,” stated Dan Hurley, president at Tatham. “With a growing team of expert professional engineers and technologists, I am confident that our new office will empower staff and help them feel closer to the communities they serve.”

The office will be headed by office manager Stuart Mitchell.


Also new at Tatham is David Clark, who has joined the company as vice-president, building engineering services. Based out of the new Guelph office and leading team members from Tatham offices across Ontario, Clark brings over 30 years of experience as an award-winning building services engineer.

“Joining this talented team at a time of so much growth is very exciting,” said Clark. “Tatham’s community-driven approach and commitment to employee professional development are values that I deeply appreciate.”

Prior to joining Tatham, David was a principal and practice leader in buildings at Stantec’s Waterloo office.

“David holds an impressive track record as an industry leader, engineering community member, and mentor for early-career engineers,” said Hurley. “I have no doubt that he will be a terrific fit for our team.”

With the addition of Clark, and in line with strategic growth, Tatham says it will be adding depth and expanding its offerings in the building engineering services market sector to its roster of multidisciplinary offerings. The engineering firm see the addition as a way to bolster its services as the additional focus will integrate efforts across its existing structural, mechanical, electrical, air and noise, net zero, and decarbonization engineering services.

As vice-president of building engineering services, Clark will manage, develop and guide the growing teams with operational efficiency and technical excellence.

“Tatham already has a longstanding history of cross-functional successes which will provide a key advantage in developing a well-coordinated and cohesive group,” said Clark. “I am eager to contribute to the success of this special milestone and drive impactful and integrated engineering solutions for our communities.”

Tatham Engineering is a Canadian consulting engineering firm that specializes in coastal, land development, municipal infrastructure, structural (buildings and bridges), transportation, water resources, water and wastewater, electrical and mechanical engineering, providing specialized services in air and noise, climate resilience, hydrogeology, and building engineering services. The Ontario-based company was founded in Collingwood and currently employs over 200 staff with branch offices in Barrie, Orillia, Bracebridge, Guelph and Ottawa.



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