BPA announces merger with Clark Engineering, expands to Alberta
Clark Engineering is a company involved in mechanical design for high performance buildings but also has experience in Combined Heat and Power Solutions.
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MONTREAL — BPA expands its building design business and technical capacities to Edmonton, Alberta with the recent merger with Clark Engineering. The strategic alliance, with experienced building specialists, will purportedly benefit Western Canadian clients aiming for a higher standard of performance and quality.
“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, Vice-President – Strategy & Development at BPA.
Clark Engineering is a company involved in mechanical design for high performance buildings but also has experience in Combined Heat and Power Solutions. CHP systems reduce building energy costs, while providing reliable on-site power and heat with a significant potential of reduction in greenhouse gas emission. “BPA is a well-established firm that offers extensive building engineering expertise with specializations in the healthcare, educational, and commercial sectors. They will be a significant resource, allowing us to offer even more value and quality to our clients in Alberta and Saskatchewan.” said Russell Clark.
Russell Clark, founder of Clark Engineering becomes shareholder of BPA and will act as Director of the Prairies market as well as managing the existing office in Edmonton, under BPA’s name.