CIMA+ announces merger with BSEI

By ReNew Canada 12:01PM August 31, 2016



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CIMA+, one of Canada’s largest private consulting engineering firms, has announced its merger with BSEI Municipal Consulting Engineers.

“We are proud to join forces with BSEI who has built a strong client-base in Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan. This merger is aligned with our strategic plan to expand in Western Canada in engineering sectors where we have confirmed expertise,” says Francois Plourde, president and CEO of CIMA+.

BSEI is an Alberta-based company that specializes in providing services in all areas of municipal engineering to the private sector, rural and urban municipalities and government agencies.

“We welcome BSEI’s team of 30 employees and partners who, with their impressive background in municipal infrastructure, will help us create new business opportunities and better serve our clients in the region” says Kelly Yuzdepski, vice-president for Western Canada.

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