Genivar acquires Smith Carter Architects and Engineers
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Smith Carter Architects and Engineers has been acquired by Genivar Inc. a leading Canadian engineering and professional consulting firm.
Smith Carter CEO Scott Stirton will lead Genivar’s growing architecture practice.
Smith Carter is one of the largest firms of its kind in Winnipeg. Formed in 1947, in recent years it has established an international reputation designing complex health care, scientific and bio-containment lab design facilities including Winnipeg’s National Microbiology Lab.
With about 200 professionals on its staff in offices in Winnipeg, Calgary, Ottawa, Atlanta and Washington, D.C., the addition of Smith Carter effectively doubles Genivar’s capacity in architecture.
Genivar already has an engineering and planning office in Winnipeg. The Montreal-based publicly traded company has about 5,500 employees in total in offices across the country.
Genivar’s Buildings Group is a partner to several other Canadian architectural firms including PBK Architects, WHW Architects, ANO Architects, the ARCOP Group and AE Consulting located in Vancouver, Calgary, Winnipeg, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Halifax and St. John’s.