Sacré-Davey Ferenco Agreement

North Vancouver, BC – Monday, October 31, 2016 – Sacré-Davey Engineering Inc. is delighted to announce that it has reached an agreement with Ferenco, an engineering and project management expert in the Lime Industry and Industrial Minerals market segments.

Effective the date of this release, Ferenco will begin conducting its practice as Sacré-Davey Ferenco, a member of Sacré-Davey Engineering Inc. The Ferenco team will be relocating from its office in Delta, BC, to Sacré-Davey’s headquarter in North Vancouver, BC.

“For the last 30 years, our firms and predecessors have been working hand-in-hand, and with the addition of Ferenco’s skills to the mix, we are excited about the extended offering to our combined customers” said Chris Sacré, President and CEO of Sacré-Davey Engineering Inc.

About Sacré-Davey Engineering

Sacré-Davey has been providing full discipline engineering and project management services to the mining and mineral-processing, oil and gas, infrastructure and clean technology sectors around the world for over 30 years. We work hard to develop a deep understanding of our customer’s needs and objectives so we can think differently about challenges and provide innovative solutions that maximize value, measured in terms of lower total cost, flexibility of execution, or simply helping our customers get their project completed and commissioned faster.

About Ferenco

Since 1983, Ferenco has built their reputation as a trusted partner in design engineering projects for industrial mineral processing. Ferenco has focused efforts primarily on the lime industry. They have been responsible for 23 lime plants, including limestone crushing plants, lime production facilities, hydrate plants, and precipitated calcium carbonate plants. This has resulted in 4.3 million tons per year of added capacity (per 2013); and those numbers continue to grow with new projects and new partnerships. As a natural progression Ferenco has diversified to include the cement, gypsum, flyash, clay, coal/coke, industrial sand and salt industries. Today, their work includes; plant expansion studies, strategic planning, permit application assistance, process design, plant and facilities design, and process problem resolution.

Contacts

For further information, please contact James Scobbie at 604-202-1526 or Craig Shaw at 604-986-0663.

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