BPA expands to Alberta with Clark Engineering acquisition

14 September 2021 Consulting.ca 1 min. read

Bouthillette Parizeau & Associes (BPA), a Montreal-based building engineering consultancy, has acquired Clark Engineering, a building engineering firm based in Edmonton.

Founded in 1999 by Russell Clark, the boutique firm specializes in mechanical design services for upgrades to building heating and cooling, ventilation, water heating, plumbing, and fire protection. Clark Engineering also has particular expertise in combined heat and power (CHP) systems, which simultaneously produce electricity and hot water for heating purposes.

Clark has completed engagements on numerous commercial, multi-residential, industrial, and institutional buildings across Alberta and Saskatchewan.

BPA’s acquisition of Clark Engineering will expand the firm’s presence into Alberta and will strengthen its mechanical design capability.BPA expands to Alberta with Clark Engineering acquisition“We collaborated with Russell Clark and his team over multiple projects. We quickly recognized a common approach on the values of technical quality, personalized service to clients, team dedication, and sustainability,” said Patrick St-Onge, VP of strategy & development at BPA.

Clark will join BPA as director of the Prairies market and will manage the existing Edmonton office.

“BPA is a well-established firm that offers extensive building engineering expertise with specializations in the healthcare, educational, and commercial sectors,” Clark said. “They will be a significant resource, allowing us to offer even more value and quality to our clients in Alberta and Saskatchewan.”

BPA provides building engineering consulting services to the commercial, multi-residential, institutional, and industrial sectors. The firm’s 600 professionals deliver solutions across mechanical, electrical, structure, and energy efficiency design and engineering. BPA now has 10 offices across Quebec, Ontario, Alberta, and British Columbia.