Dillon Consulting buys Toronto-based Internat Energy Solutions

11 May 2023 Consulting.ca 2 min. read

Dillon Consulting has acquired Internat Energy Solutions Canada (IESC), a Toronto-based engineering consultancy focusing on energy management.

Founded in 2009, IESC provides services in engineering and building systems design, energy efficiency, greenhouse gas reduction, and integration of renewable energy production. The firm works with private and public sector clients across North America.

IESC has 13 employees across offices in Toronto and Calgary, according to LinkedIn.

The deal will grow Dillon’s new energy transition business unit and its facilities business unit in the Ontario market. The energy transition team helps companies operationalize sustainability goals, with services in performance review and planning, energy portfolio roadmap, transition planning and financing, energy modeling and efficiency, implementation, and carbon reporting.

Dillon Consulting buys Toronto-based Internat Energy Solutions

“We have collaborated with IESC for several years and witnessed their remarkable expertise and experience in implementing sustainable solutions,” said Sean Hanlon, CEO of Dillon Consulting. “Our values are aligned, and we are excited to join forces and deliver solutions that enable our clients to achieve their decarbonization and energy transition objectives.”

Dillon provides consulting at the intersection of planning, management, engineering, and environmental science – with services related to building and improving facilities and infrastructure, environmental protection, and community development. The firm has 20+ offices and more than 1,000 employees across Canada.

The landscape of our industry is changing as the movement towards a low carbon economy, locally and internationally, rapidly accelerates,” said Livio Nichilo, CEO of Internat Energy Solutions Canada. “With this change, IESC is poised to become an integral part of the Dillon team and secure a continued prominent role in this energy transition.”

Dillon in 2021 acquired Counterpoint Engineering, a Vaughan, ON-based consulting firm specializing in urban renewal and land development.