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Several personnel updates at CIMA+

By Adam Freill   

Construction Leadership

Consulting engineering firm makes a number of key appointments aimed at accelerating growth in key markets.

(Photo courtesy of CIMA+)

CIMA+, one of Canada’s largest privately-owned consulting engineering firms, recently announced a series of appointments to its team.

Christine Lavoie has been appointed senior vice-president, project management; Dominique Brault is now senior vice-president, transportation; Geneviève Santerre has been named vice-president, resources and industry markets, Quebec; Ian Olechnowicz is senior vice-president, buildings; Karl Olechnowicz is vice-president, transmission and distribution market; Mike Cabral was named senior vice-president, energy markets; Paul Chamberland is now senior vice-president, IT; and Timothée Lescop was appointed senior vice-president, resources and industry markets.

“These appointments demonstrate the impressive momentum at CIMA+ and its appeal to talented professionals,” stated Denis Thivierge, the company’s president and CEO. “We would like to thank our talented employees for their dedication and commitment to embodying the CIMA+ brand philosophy, which is based on excellence and innovation every day.”

CIMA+ provides a variety of consulting engineering services, namely in the areas of buildings, infrastructure, transportation, energy and resources, project management, communication systems, and the environment. The company has more than 30 offices across Canada and employs more than 3,000 professionals.






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