CEP is proud to announce some recent additions to its Toronto and Waterloo offices. Jason Edelstein, P.Eng., M.A.Sc. and Linda Sobaszek, B.A.Sc., have joined the Toronto office, while Tim Steffler and Ivonne Gonzalez have joined the Waterloo office.
September 8th, 2020 - CEP Forensic is happy to announce the appointment of Benoit GODIN, P.Eng., as its new CEO, effective September 1, 2020.
June 23 marks the International Women in Engineering Day ! We wish to take this opportunity to give a special shout-out to our colleagues. CEP is proud to count all these talented, highly skilled and dedicated women among its team.
Update April 2, 2020 - We’d like to take a moment to inform you that our operations in all Canadian provinces are being maintained. We have been deemed an essential service in Ontario, as of March 24th, in Quebec on the 25th, BC on the 26th, and in Alberta on the 27th. As for the other provinces, we are closely monitoring the situation and will adjust accordingly if necessary. For now, we are continuing to service our clients in the safest possible way, ensuring both the health of our clients and our staff.
As the pandemic continues to evolve, the personnel at CEP Forensic are committed to keeping our staff, our clients and our communities safe and healthy. At this time, our offices will continue to operate while respecting the local government and health authorities' suggestions and complying with applicable guidelines as they become available.
Hugo Julien, forensic engineer in mechanical engineering and specialized in pressure equipment will offer a series of training in Quebec for La CMMTQ (Corporation des Maîtres Mécaniciens en Tuyauterie du Québec) and in the United States for ASME (American Society Mechanical Engineers) over the next few months.
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