Golder moving to new offices in Terrace, B.C.

Growth of company in northwestern B.C. drives need for more space

ANOTHER GROWING business is renovating a new, larger space.

Golder and Associates are completely gutting and redoing the former Your Decor building at the corner of Munroe and Hwy 16 for an expected April move-in.

“Yes, we’ve outgrown our current space,” said Kelly Baltz, senior environmental engineer with Golder and Associates, adding the new space will be at least twice as big as their current offices, which are on Keith Ave. at the corner of Eby on the south side.

Approximately two-thirds of the space will be new offices and there will be a lab area for the environmental work the company does, he said, adding the approximate cost of all that work is more than $100,000.

A grand opening date has been set and invitations are being sent out to clients and groups, he added.

One of Golder’s key clients in the northwest is B.C. Hydro. The company has the contract to oversee Northwest Transmission Line work so that environmental conditions are being met.

 

 

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