CEP-Sintra is pleased to announce the relocation of its Moncton, New-Brunswick office. First, we would like to express our sincere appreciation and gratitude to our clients and partners for all the support and trust they have provided us since we established our Moncton office back in January 2017. We have relocated our office to enable our team to work in a more collaborative manner, and to ensure we are well-equipped to support our continuous growth of services offered in the Maritimes. "I am very happy with how things are progressing in the area." states Jean-François Joubert, P.Eng., President and CEO of CEP-Sintra. "As always, providing excellent customer service continues to be at the forefront of CEP-Sintra's priorities".
CEP-Sintra is happy to invite you to join our new webinar on Hidden Hazardous Materials after a fire. This webinar will be presented by Charles LeBlanc, CFEI, CFIS, CFSA and Philippe Lefebvre, P.T. , B.A. Following a fire, different materials are left affected. Do any of these materials pose an environmental risk? Are there any health and safety issues to consider?
Earlier this year, we were thrilled to announce the appointment of two new investigators and a brand-new office in Moncton, NB. Our Maritime colleagues have been keeping very busy since the opening. We are grateful to all those who support our business and our clients that have entrusted their files to us. We are now ready to raise our glass and celebrate with you the opening of our office in the Maritimes.
CEP is thrilled to announce the grand opening of a new office in Moncton, New Brunswick to help serve clients in the Maritimes. At the same time, CEP is pleased to welcome Charles LeBlanc and François d'Entremont to its growing multidisciplinary team. Both investigators will be based out of CEP's Moncton office.