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Genivar

Genivar Inc.
Public
Traded as TSX: GNV
Industry Engineering consulting, Construction management
Fate Reorganized after acquiring WSP Group plc
Predecessor Groupe-Conseil Solivar Inc.
Successor WSP Global Inc.
Founded 1959 (1959)
Headquarters Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Key people
Pierre Shoiry (CEO), Richard Bélanger (Chairman)
Revenue C$651.9 million
C$63.3 million
C$50.1 million
Total assets C$726 million
Total equity C$501.4 million
Number of employees
15,000
Website .comGENIVAR
Footnotes / references
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Genivar office in Markham

Genivar Inc. was a Canadian engineering consulting firm. As of January 1, 2014, it became WSP Global. Its head office remains located at 1600 René Lévesque Boulevard West in Montreal, Quebec.

On August 29, 2011, Genivar Inc. and Montreal-based architectural firm Arcop announced a strategic alliance.[3]

On June 7, 2012, Genivar Inc. announced that it made a friendly takeover cash offer of C$442 million (£278 million) for WSP Group PLC. The offer is backed by WSP's board of directors as well as investors holding 37% of the company's shares. The deal closed on August 1, 2012.[4][5][6]

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