Tetra Tech Canada opens Kincardine office

Tetra Tech Canada cuts the ribbon Tuesday, November 5th on its new office on Broadway Street in Kincardine (photo supplied by Bruce Power)

Tetra Tech Canada has officially opened a new office in Kincardine.

The ribbon-cutting Tuesday comes on the heels of an announcement with Bruce Power on a six-year agreement that secures a key role for Tetra Tech Canada in the delivery of outages and online work as well as supporting Bruce Power’s Life Extension Program.

As part of its commitment to Bruce, Grey and Huron counties through the agreement with Bruce Power, Tetra Tech Canada is committed to providing staff and services at its Kincardine office.

The company has been providing engineering services through its Power division to Ontario’s nuclear power generators for more than a quarter of a century.

“Tetra Tech is excited to expand its workforce in Kincardine to support Bruce Power’s life extension programs, and continue to provide job opportunities in the province of Ontario,” said Marwan Zayouna, director at Tetra Tech Canada. “We are committed to relocate key parts of our service offerings to the Tri-county area in support of Bruce Power as part of the engineering Master Service Agreement between the two organizations.”

Tetra Tech Canada supports all aspects of the nuclear plant life cycle from licensing, design engineering and construction management to operations support, waste management and decommissioning.

“We appreciate what Tetra Tech is doing in joining almost 60 other suppliers to make the same commitment to Bruce, Grey and Huron counties, and welcome the company’s staff to our area,” said Mike Rencheck, president and CEO of Bruce Power.