HALIFAX, Nova Scotia--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dillon Consulting Limited is pleased to announce that it has acquired F.C. O’Neill, Scriven & Assoc’s Limited, a Nova Scotia based consulting engineering and design firm that specializes in mechanical & electrical building sciences and fire protection engineering. Founded in 1954, the success of F.C. O’Neill, Scriven & Assoc’s Limited is attributed to a history of providing high quality mechanical and electrical design and professional services to clients in Atlantic Canada and beyond.
“We are excited to welcome F.C. O’Neill, Scriven & Assoc’s Limited (aka: ONSA) to Dillon. F.C. O’Neill, Scriven & Assoc’s Limited has established themselves as sought-after experts in mechanical and electrical engineering and has developed deep relationships with their clients and communities in Atlantic Canada,” said Terry Boutilier, CEO at Dillon Consulting Limited. “I’ve personally worked with the talented staff at ONSA for over 20 years and am confident that this merger provides us with complementary capabilities to create insightful solutions to whatever challenges our clients may be facing.”
“On behalf of the partners and staff employed by F.C. O’Neill, Scriven & Assoc’s Limited, we are extremely delighted to merge with Dillon Consulting, effective March 1, 2020. This is a strategic marriage of two very well known, reputable and respected consulting engineering firms - dating back to 1946 (Dillon) and 1954 (ONSA). We believe this is a great opportunity for both firms to grow and develop new business opportunities, enhance our working relationship with our existing clients and entice new clients seeking a multitude of professional engineering services. Myself, David Parkinson and Glen Rockett will join Dillon as partners. Trent Moore, Derek Stapleton, Jean-Pierre Savoie, Craig Hall, Michael Ramsis and David Inglis will join Dillon as associates,” said Scott Moore, President, F.C. O’Neill, Scriven & Assoc’s Limited.
Founded in 1946, Dillon is an established, employee-owned professional consulting firm at the intersection of planning, management, engineering, and environmental science. With 19 offices and more than 800 employees across Canada, Dillon offers a wide range of services related to building and improving facilities and infrastructure, protecting the environment, and developing communities.