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Tulloch expands in southern Ontario

The Sault-headquartered engineering firm opened new office in Stoney Creek in February.
Tulloch Engineering has opened a new office in Stoney Creek. Staff there will include (from left) Usman Khan, geotechnical engineer; George Liang, senior geotechnical engineer; Maria Callaghan, pursuit coordinator; and Sean Hinchberger, team lead. (Tulloch photo)

Tulloch Engineering has expanded its offerings in southern Ontario, establishing a new engineering office in Stoney Creek.

Opened on Feb. 1, the new office marks the 12th Tulloch office location in Ontario.

In a March 27 news release, the company said the office would be led by engineer Sean Hinchberger, who will be developing a specialized engineering group focusing on geotechnical, geostructural and geoenvironmental engineering.

Hinchberger was formerly the global discipline director of civil engineering with Hatch. He joined Tulloch in September, 2017.

The company said the move is part of Tulloch’s strategic plan, which aims to align with the provincial government’s projected investment of $30 billion on roads, rail and tunnelling projects in the GTA over the next decade.

Headquartered in Sault Ste. Marie, Tulloch Engineering is an engineering consulting firm providing integrated planning, surveying, engineering, and environmental services throughout Canada and internationally.

Established in 1991 in Thessalon with one engineering and survey office and five staff members, the company has now grown to a multi-disciplinary firm with 300 employees at 12 branch offices across Ontario.

Office locations include Elliot Lake, Espanola, Hamilton, Huntsville, Ottawa, Parry Sound, Sault Ste. Marie, Stoney Creek, Sudbury, Thessalon, Thunder Bay and Timmins.