Infrastructure consulting service company: Stantec Inc. (STN) (1954)

Stantec Inc. (NYSE: STN, TSX: STN) was founded in 1954, formerly known as Stanley Technology Group Inc., changed to its current name in October 1998, headquartered in Edmonton, Canada, with 22,000 full-time employees, Canada, the United States, and internationally provide professional consulting services in the field of infrastructure in the public and private sectors.

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Stantec Inc. (STN):

Stantec provides professional engineering consulting services in North America, engaging in planning, engineering, architecture, interior design, landscape design, surveying, environmental science, project management and other services.

Stantec Inc.’s three major business operations include construction, energy and resources, and infrastructure. The company mainly signs payment contracts with customers to provide knowledge-based solutions, infrastructure and equipment services through value-added professional services. The downstream industries served include mining, oil, natural gas, and electricity.

Stantec Inc. (STN) History:

Since 2000, the company has made more than 90 acquisitions, including:

  • In February 2000, acquired EWP Engineering Inc.;
  • In April 2000, acquired PR Fletcher & Associates Inc.;
  • In November 2000, DSAtlantic was acquired;
  • In December 2000, EnviroNet Inc. was acquired;
  • In January 2001, it acquired Tipton and Kalmbach Inc.;
  • In March 2001, the Spink Corporation was acquired;
  • In July 2001, acquired the ellard croft design group;
  • In November 2001, it acquired The Pentacore Family Group of Companies and Associated Consulting Engineers Ltd.;
  • In December 2001, Taggart Engineering Associates was acquired;
  • In January 2002, acquired Yoneda & Associates Partnership and McCartan Gaudet & Associates Partnership;
  • In February 2002, acquired Webster & Simmonds Surveying Ltd. and Cosburn Patterson Mather Limited;
  • In March 2002, acquired GKO Engineering (including PharmaChem);
  • In April 2002, Graeme & Murray Consultants Ltd was acquired;
  • In May 2002, it acquired GeoViro Engineering Ltd.;
  • In June 2002, acquired Site Consultants and English Harper Reta Architects;
  • In July 2002, acquired The RPA Group;
  • In October 2002, Beak International Incorporated was acquired;
  • In January 2003, Architectura was acquired;
  • In May 2003, acquired ESG International;
  • In November 2003, it acquired Optimum Energy Management;
  • In December 2003, Inner Dimension Design Associations was acquired;
  • In April 2004, it acquired Sear-Brown Group Inc. and GBR Architects Limited;
  • In October 2004, Dunlop Architects was acquired;
  • In August 2005, acquired CPV Group Architects & Engineers;
  • In September 2005, acquired The Keith Companies;
  • In October 2005, Keen Engineering was acquired;
  • In March 2006, it acquired Carinci Burt Rogers Engineering (CBR);
  • In April 2006, Dufresne-Henry was acquired;
  • In May 2006, ACEx was acquired;
  • In April 2007, it acquired Vollmer Associates LLP and Land Use Consultants Inc.;
  • In May 2007, acquired Geller DeVellis Inc.;
  • In September 2007, acquired Trico Engineering Consultants Inc. and Chong Partners Architecture Inc.;
  • In October 2007, it acquired Woodlot Alternatives and Neill and Gunter;
  • In November 2007, acquired Moore Paterson Architects and Murphy Hilgers Architects;
  • In December 2007, it acquired Fuller Mossbarger Scott & May Engineers (FMSM) and RD Zande;
  • In January 2008, it acquired Rochester Signal Inc.;
  • In February 2008, Secor International Incorporated was acquired;
  • In March 2008, acquired RHL Design Group Inc.;
  • In July 2008, McIntosh Engineering was acquired;
  • In January 2009, Jacques Whitford was acquired;
  • In October 2009, Granary Associates was acquired;
  • In March 2010, PCGI was acquired;
  • In May 2010, TetrEs was acquired;
  • In July 2010, acquired Natural Resources Consulting (NRC), WilsonMiller and Industry and Energy Associates LLC (IEA);
  • In August 2010, CommArts was acquired;
  • In September 2010, acquired Anshen + Allen and ECO:LOGIC;
  • In October 2010, it acquired Street Smarts;
  • In December 2010, it acquired Burt Hill;
  • In February 2011, QuadraTec Inc. was acquired;
  • In May 2011, acquired The Caltech Group;
  • In September 2011, acquired Bonestroo Inc./Bonestroo Services LLC;
  • In October 2011, acquired FSC Architects and Engineers and ENTRAN Inc.;
  • In May 2012, acquired PHB Group Inc. and ABMB Engineers Inc.;
  • In August 2012, Cimarron Engineering Ltd. was acquired;
  • In November 2012, acquired Architecture 2000 and C3TS;
  • In December 2012, Landmark Survey and Mapping Inc. and Greenhorne & O’Mara;
  • In May 2013, acquired IBE Consulting Engineers and AP/ID (Ashley-Pryce Interior Design);
  • In June 2013, it acquired Roth Hill LLC;
  • In November 2013, acquired JDA Architects and Cambria Gordon Ltd.;
  • In January 2014, it acquired Williamsburg Environmental Group Inc. and Cultural Resources Inc.;
  • In March 2014, Processes Unlimited International Inc.;
  • In May 2014, acquired JBR Environmental Consultants Inc. and SHW Group;
  • In June 2014, it acquired Wiley Engineering and USKH Inc.;
  • In September 2014, ADD Inc. was acquired;
  • In October 2014, Penfield & Smith was acquired;
  • In January 2015, Dessau was acquired;
  • In March 2015, Sparling was acquired;
  • In July 2015, it acquired VI Engineering LLC;
  • In August 2015, acquired VA Consulting;
  • In October 2015, acquired Fay, Spofford & Thorndike;
  • In December 2015, acquired KBR’s Infrastructure Americas business unit;
  • In March 2016, it acquired Bury, Inc.;
  • In May 2016, acquired MWH Global, Inc. and VOA Associates Incorporated.
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