Consultec and ENGCOMP announce the formation of an alliance to serve the mining and minerals processing sector
Consultec and ENGCOMP are pleased to announce the formation of an alliance to deliver a wider variety of engineering services for multiple commodities in the mining sector.
Consultec, headquartered in Toronto, has been offering integrated engineering solutions for cement and mining projects for over 35 years. Together with their subsidiary, Walter Dow Associates, Consultec has developed an international reputation for excellence and innovation in delivering multi-disciplinary engineering around the world. Consultec’s strengths are focused on the conceptual and detailed multi-disciplinary engineering design of projects combined with project management, procurement and construction management.
ENGCOMP, headquartered in Saskatoon, serves Western Canada’s heavy industrial sector. The firm has provided award-winning engineering services for some of Canada’s largest mining companies. ENGCOMP’s success is largely based on close interaction with clients to ensure an effective and efficient design process. ENGCOMP is frequently involved with the concept stage of a project, and has experience seeing projects through from concept to completion.
The primary benefit to clients will be access to unique areas of expertise and considerable depth of experience within the capacity of a mid-size engineering firm. Through the alliance, the two firms have expertise with a wide variety of engineering disciplines, such as process, mechanical, civil, structural, electrical and automation engineering. The firms have considerable experience in the conceptual stage of a project, and have specialty expertise in areas such as risk and decision analysis in a variety of disciplines in the mining sector. As an alliance, the firms are equipped to service most commodities, including cement/lime, coal, gold/precious metals, potash and base metals.
Consultec and ENGCOMP have similar experience as EPCM (Engineering Procurement and Construction Management) consultants on complex projects with sensitive timelines. As well, both firms have experience with follow-on work once major construction is finished such as debottlenecking or adding capacity.
“Through this alliance, ENGCOMP and Consultec are able to take on a wider variety of work within Canada and abroad. As well, our complimentary areas of expertise will allow us to bring a comprehensive solution to many projects.” Jason Mewis, President and Senior Engineer at ENGCOMP.
“Both firms have a similar approach to working with clients. Our employees are personally committed to the project and the client is highly involved in all aspects of the work. We share a sense of pride with our clients upon successful completion of a project.” Alex Ochrym, President of Consultec.
Alex Ochrym | President | Consultec Ltd
+1.416.236.2426 ext201 | firstname.lastname@example.org | www.consultec.ca
Jason Mewis | President & Senior Engineer | ENGCOMP
+1.306.978.7730 ext201 | email@example.com | www.engcomp.ca
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