12 April 2013
Transfert Environment Celebrates 25 Years of Expertise
Transfert Environment and Society is celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2013. The Sherbrooke-based firm is a pioneer in project social acceptance.
Transfert Environment and Society drew attention to this important milestone at a special evening event at Montréal’s Pointe-à-Callières Museum of Archeology and History, where it also has an office.
Guests had an opportunity to attend the shooting of a special program for webcasting. Hosted by Pierre Maisonneuve, the show’s theme was “social acceptance: then and now.”
The company took advantage of the quarter-century celebrations to update and introduce its new corporate signature. The name change to Transfert Environment and Society reflects the growing role that social concerns play in projects.
“Nowadays, we talk about project co-design and stakeholder commitment, which redefines the means of participation. In this context, Transfert’s mission is fully realized”, stated company president and Sherbrooke graduate Cédric Bourgeois.
The firm now employs about 20 professionals in its offices in Sherbrooke, Montréal, Québec, and Saguenay. Its primary sectors of activity are mining and energy, industry, waste, agriculture, transportation, and urban planning, as well as the institutional and government sectors.
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