WHITBY, Ontario, April 25, 2012 /CNW/ - Cardno and AECOM have formed a new jointly owned entity in Canada called T2 Utility Engineers, Inc. The new firm formalizes the existing long standing TSH/TBE Subsurface Utility Engineers Joint Venture and solidifies the commitment to offering subsurface utility engineering services in the Canadian marketplace.
"T2 Utility Engineers will allow us to enhance service to our valued clients, including streamlining the contractual side of our business and introducing new utility engineering and consultancy services," said Lawrence Arcand, President of the newly formed T2 Utility Engineers and former manager with TSH/TBE. "It will also improve our ability to serve our clients with that small firm feel while still having the global resources, abilities and structure. All services, staff and locations will remain unchanged."
The new name, T2 Utility Engineers, builds on the reputation of the previous organization's name and, therefore takes the "T" from both forming entities for the new name. A new logo and website (www.t2ue.com) were developed.
"We have been excited to watch this venture grow over the past 10 years, and now is the perfect time to enter this new phase," said Doug Allingham, Executive Vice President, AECOM Canada Central. "Our TSH/TBE JV operations have been successfully leading the Canadian industry in the growing use of subsurface utility engineering services," said Nick Zembillas, Senior Vice President, Cardno Global Area Manager-Utility Services. "This important next step will help to ensure our continued success going forward."
The phone number and office locations will remain; however, there is a new official mailing address and contact information for T2 Utility Engineers:
1615 Dundas Street East, 4th Floor Lang Tower, Whitby, Ontario L1N 2L1
T2 Utility Engineers provides a variety of subsurface utility engineering services, including utility mapping, utility coordination and utility design to public and private clients throughout Canada. It takes an active role in key industry leading groups including the Ontario Regional Common Ground Alliance, the Canadian Standards Association, the Centre for the Advancement of Trenchless Technologies and Transportation Association of Canada. For more information you can call or contact Lawrence Arcand, 905.668.8822.
SOURCE T2 Utility Engineers Inc.
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