On May 4, EXP inaugurated its newly renovated North American headquarters in Brampton with Ontario Premier Doug Ford, Ontario Minister of Environment David Piccini, Members of provincial Parliament Prabmeet Singh Sarkaria, Graham McGregor, Hardeep Singh Grewal, Amarjot Sandhu, Deputy Mayor of the City of Brampton, Harkirat Singh, City of Brampton Regional Councillors, Gurpartap Singh Toor, Rod Power and Pat Fortini, clients and employees. After the official ribbon-cutting ceremony, EXP leadership and employees gathered with clients to celebrate the firm’s long history that began in Ontario, reflect on its contribution to successful projects and tour the renovated office and laboratory spaces.
“We’re honored to have played a significant role over the past 100+ years in the development of our communities in Ontario,” said EXP Chairman and CEO Ivan Dvorak. “With Brampton as our epicenter for growth in Ontario, with such strong local roots and our global reach, EXP is committed to continuing to provide innovative solutions that meet the evolving needs of clients as well as high quality multidisciplinary services.”
With a rich history that began over a century ago in Ontario, EXP is one of the largest privately held engineering firms headquartered in North America. Today our 4,000 professionals working in 90 offices – more than 1,000 of them based in our 19 Ontario offices – play an essential role in advancing Canada’s infrastructure initiatives. EXP’s history in Brampton dates back to 1984, when Trow, one of our legacy and founding companies, opened its office at 1595 Clark Boulevard.
“Making connections. That’s what it’s all about. We have highly qualified teams who partner with clients to deliver successful projects. This event provided an opportunity for our clients to meet the team and consolidate and grow those connections, “concluded Executive Vice President, Earth & Environment Lloyd Gonsalves.
To learn more about EXP’s Ontario team and their projects, contact Executive Vice President, Earth & Environment Lloyd Gonsalves, Executive Vice President Stan Gonsalves, Senior Vice President, Ontario Infrastructure Rob Andrews, Senior Vice President, Buildings Rebecca Huang, or Senior Vice President, Mining, Aziz Sene.