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Fahey et Associes merges with multidisciplinary firm CIMA+


CIMA+, a multidisciplinary firm active in the fields of engineering, project management and new technologies, has joined forces with Fahey et Associes, a consulting firm in urban planning, landscape architecture, urban design and municipal management, to create a significant player in engineering and planning solutions in Quebec.

 

“We are combining the talent and expertise that are unique to each team of professionals, resulting in 1,330 people that are dedicated to the effective execution of their clients’ projects. This union will assure the growth of our businesses and the expertise of Fahey et Associes will improve our services in urban planning, municipal and regional regulations, urban design and landscape architecture,” said Yves Theberge, executive vice-president of CIMA+.

“For our current and future clients, this union will allow us to offer a unique array of services in urban planning and engineering, which will ensure the effective execution of development projects. This fusion also constitutes an excellent platform for expanding our projects to Canada and abroad” said Brian Fahey, president of Fahey et Associes.

 

CIMA+ was established in 1990 through a series of mergers and the integration of engineering firms, and offers a full range of services in areas of urban infrastructure, transportation, building, industry, energy and hydroelectricity, telecommunications, as well as in computer science and geomatics. They have offices in major cities in Quebec, Ontario and in Africa. Currently, 1 300 people are employed at CIMA+. Its existing urban planning/real estate department, managed by Mr. Luc Fortin, Urban Planner, will be integrated into the new structure.

Fahey et Associes is a 30-employee consulting firm in urban planning, landscape architecture, urban design and municipal management. Since its creation in 1999, the firm has carried out more than 100 different mandates in both the public and private sector and have been implicated in numerous development projects in Quebec, Ontario and in the Maritimes.

 

 




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