TORONTO — The national firm McIntosh Perry Consulting Engineers Ltd. recently announced it has acquired Calgary-based ARA Engineering Ltd.
A Jan. 10 statement describes ARA as a provider of transportation infrastructure engineering consulting services to public and private sector clients throughout Alberta.
The statement says ARA’s expertise includes roadway design, structural design, urban development, material testing, materials engineering, surveying, environmental services, airport design, contract administration and project management.
McIntosh Perry, billed as a national diversified engineering firm, has 600 engineers, project managers and technical experts in the Toronto area, Ottawa, Montreal, Calgary, Vancouver, Kingston, Perth, Pembroke and North Bay, Ont.
“The addition of ARA complements our growth strategy in Western Canada, especially in public infrastructure,” said Gus Sarrouh, CEO of McIntosh Perry, in the statement.
“By adding ARA’s team of talented and experienced individuals, we are well positioned to expand in Alberta and British Columbia, and continue our path to become the pre-eminent national engineering firm.”
“This is a tremendous opportunity to better support our clients by drawing on McIntosh Perry’s deep expertise and success in completing transportation infrastructure projects,” said Aziz Razoky, president of ARA.
“McIntosh Perry has an outstanding reputation of delivering excellent client service and developing a positive corporate culture. We look forward to working with the McIntosh Perry team towards accelerating our growth trajectory in Western Canada.”