The firm sets down roots in Ontario with an office in Timmins.
MONT-SAINT-HILAIRE, QC, Nov. 24, 2011 /CNW Telbec/ -
Consulting-engineering firm BBA is continuing its Canada-wide
geographic diversification by opening an office in the mining town of
Although BBA has been active in the region for a number of years,
including through its collaboration in the Detour Lake gold mine
project, the company is choosing to invest in offices close to its
clients' operations in energy and mining, BBA's two primary business
sectors. The choice of Timmins aligns perfectly with this strategy
given the region's mining and hydroelectric installations.
"Our local presence in the vicinity of our clients' project sites stands
as testimony to our business philosophy, which emphasizes an advanced
level of service, as well as our desire to sustain a business
relationship with our clients over the long term," states BBA President
and CEO, Steeve Fiset.
BBA currently employs over 750 people in seven offices across Canada.
The company has grown by 85% from 2009 to 2011, from its original 400
to more than 750─a phenomenal expansion that has unfolded quite
BBA is a Canadian consulting-engineering firm that offers engineering
services at an advanced level of expertise, particularly in the energy,
mining and metals and petrochemical sectors. BBA is unique in its
market, delivering integrated services that include executive
consulting, technical expertise for operations and commissioning. Its
head office is in Mont-Saint-Hilaire, near Montréal. The firm also has
offices in Brossard, Labrador City, Montréal, Québec City, Timmins and
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