Mott MacDonald staff at their new office in Vancouver.
Iselin, NJ – Global engineering and management firm Mott MacDonald looks forward to building on its almost 60-year history in Canada, with its head office in Toronto and new office locations in Calgary, Montreal, and Vancouver.
Mott MacDonald’s Managing Director for Canada, Chris Mealing, said, “I’m delighted to be part of a passionate and committed team here in Canada. We are adding strong teams for rail and transit, tunneling, highways and bridges, and pipeline projects to join our existing practices in buildings and infrastructure finance and advisory services. We look forward to providing fully integrated services to an even wider range of clients in the power and oil and gas sectors."
Nick DeNichilo, President and CEO of Mott MacDonald in North America, said, “I am confident that we will continue to build on our reputation of service in Canada, drawing on the wide range of expertise and experience from across our North American and global operations to support our clients."
Mott MacDonald has contributed to many of Canada’s most recognized projects, including Mosaic Stadium in Regina; the recent Pan-Am Games in Toronto; the John Hart Hydro Generating Station P3; the Centre Hospitalier de l’Universite de Montreal; some of western Canada’s most challenging tunnel projects for water, pipelines, and transit; and recent light rail transit projects in cities across Canada.
Mott MacDonald in North America serves clients in the areas of transportation, water, wastewater, oil and gas, power, pipelines, tunnels, buildings, stadiums, education, and health and international aid. Clients in all sectors can take particular advantage of Mott MacDonald’s award-winning experience in public-private partnerships (P3). Mott MacDonald advised on transactions worth more than $31 billion in 2015 alone.