A Deloitte ranking has found that BBA is once again among Canada's Best Managed Companies The consulting engineering firm qualifies for a sixth consecutive year.
BBA has distinguished itself by ranking among Canada's Best Managed Companies for a sixth consecutive year, based on an evaluation process developed by Deloitte to celebrate excellence. The designation, awarded as part of Deloitte's Best Managed program, is among Canada's most sought-after marks of business excellence.
BBA has qualified again as a Gold Standard member, awarded to businesses that have achieved the Best Managed designation for five or six years running. 'This recognition is an acknowledgement of our firm's efforts to stay at the cutting edge of all aspects of management, be it innovation, productivity, client services or talent management,' stated André Allaire, President of BBA. 'We are proud that our firm's overall performance has been recognized by credible stakeholders in the business world.'
For over 30 years, BBA has been offering a wide range of consulting engineering and project management services, from project definition to commissioning. The firm's expertise is recognized in the fields of energy, mining and metals, and oil, gas and chemicals. BBA relies on a team of seasoned experts to transform complex problems into practical, innovative and sustainable solutions.
BBA is supported by a network of offices across Canada to better serve its clients and carry out mandates at the local, national and international levels.
About Canada's Best Managed Companies
Established in 1993, Canada's Best Managed Companies is the country's leading business awards program, recognizing excellence in Canadian-owned and -managed companies with revenues over $10 million. Every year, hundreds of companies compete for this designation in a rigorous and independent process that evaluates the calibre of their management abilities and practices. The program is sponsored by Deloitte, CIBC, Les Affaires newspaper, National Post, and the Queen's School of Business. To find out more, visit www.canadas50best.com.