Wednesday, September 14, 2011

FSC Architects & Engineers Joins with Leading North American Design Firm

PSMJ serves as exclusive advisor for FSC in the transaction

FSC Architects & Engineers, based in the Northern Canada city of Yellowknife, has signed a letter of intent to join North American design firm Stantec. With more than 70 employees in four office locations, FSC is the largest multidisciplinary consulting firm headquartered in Northern Canada.

Founded in 1976, FSC Architects & Engineers is a professional consulting practice with a special interest in cold-climate and remote-location architecture and engineering projects. FSC provides services and expertise within architecture, mechanical, electrical, civil/municipal, structural, and environmental engineering for public and private clients.

“This is a great fit that aligns the deep technical expertise and niche of FSC with the well-known and well-respected Stantec brand,” states Bradford Wilson, CMA, lead PSMJ consultant on this engagement “The combined firm is positioned well to capitalize on market opportunities.”

FSC has a diverse portfolio of projects including the highly acclaimed Northwest Territories Legislative Assembly Building in Yellowknife, the Piqqusilirivvik Inuit Cultural Learning Facility in Clyde River, Nunavut, and the RCMP “V” Division Headquarters in Iqaluit, Nunavut. FSC also designed the Eric Nielson Whitehorse International Airport Expansion in Yukon, and the Yakutsk International Air Terminal Building in Russia

“With the FSC team joining Stantec we significantly strengthen our presence in the Canadian North,” says Bob Gomes, Stantec president and chief executive officer. “FSC’s unique cold-weather focus will add a new element to our buildings practice and allows us to offer a complete package of environmental, scientific, engineering, and project management services to FSC’s unique client base.”

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