Canadian Manufacturing

Matrix Solutions names Matthew Sutton new CEO

by CM Staff   

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Matthew Sutton brings more than 30 years of executive experience from environmental and engineering consulting firms

Environmental industry leader Matthew Sutton (CNW Group/Matrix Solutions Inc.)

CALGARY, Alta. — Canadian environment and engineering consulting firm Matrix Solutions has appointed Matthew Sutton as President and Chief Executive Officer. Sutton served as a senior executive for top environmental and engineering consulting companies.

Sutton has dedicated more than 30 years to organizations at the intersection of environment, energy, sustainability, and development. He is passionate about innovating and delivering natural, social, and engineering science-based, sustainable solutions for industry, government organizations, and NGOs.

“The challenges facing our communities and industries require approaches that draw on science, engineering, research, and sound policy,” Sutton said in a statement. “I’m excited to work with multi-disciplinary teams at Matrix to drive sustainable client solutions that make a positive impact.”

Sutton’s executive leadership experience has included leading CH2M’s Environment and Nuclear Management Business as President; serving as CEO, Global Environmental Engineering Services at AECOM; and directing North American Operations as Executive Vice President at Arcadis. Throughout these tenures, he worked internationally and garnered more than 25 environmental industry awards for the firms. Sutton joins Matrix from ehsAI where he was Senior VP for Corporate Development at an environmental compliance artificial intelligence start-up based in B.C.


“When looking for our next CEO, our Board of Directors conducted an extensive search for a candidate with broad environmental industry experience across many sectors and substantial executive leadership expertise,” said John Feick, Matrix Solutions’ Board Chair. “Matthew possesses both and was the enthusiastic and unanimous selection.”


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