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Ecometrix acquires Calder Engineering

December 3, 2021  By Rock to Road staff

Ecometrix calder engineeringFrom left, Bill Dainty, principal at Calder, Brian Fraser, partner at Ecometrix, Bruce Rodgers, CEO of Ecometrix and Rob Whyte, principal at Calder, announced the merged operations to staff during a recent company event.

Ecometrix has announced it has acquired Calder Engineering.

The two Ontario-based companies have maintained strong working relationships that date back about 17 years to the initial establishment of both firms. According to Ecometrix, the amalgamation will provide a heightened level of depth and technical expertise for clients and partners of both organizations.

The merger of operations between Ecometrix and Calder Engineering was publicly announced in November. The new entity will operate under the Ecometrix Incorporated name.

“We look forward to continuing our long relationship with Calder through formally combining our two organizations,” said Bruce Rodgers, CEO of Ecometrix. “Working together as one company will enable us to further support our clients in helping them reach their environmental goals.”


The Mississauga, Ontario-based Ecometrix provides knowledge-based services to several business sectors, including industry, government and professional services firms.

Based in Caledon, Ont., Calder Engineering was founded in 2003 to provide professional services in the fields of civil, environmental and water resources engineering.

The range of services include feasibility studies and environmental assessments, project permitting, preliminary and detailed design, contract administration and construction management. As well, the firm provides specialized flow monitoring and water quality sampling services.

“Together, our two firms provide complementary, rather than overlapping services, and this merger will allow us to bring increased efficiency to clients, especially with regards to water resource engineering,” Calder principals Bill Dainty and Rob Whyte said in a joint statement.

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