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Pomerleau deepens its roots in British Columbia

Formerly established in Surrey, the office move will bring Pomerleau closer to Vancouver

Pomerleau deepens its roots in British Columbia

As a result of continued business growth in British Columbia, Pomerleau has  opened a new Vancouver office. Formerly established in Surrey, the office move will bring Pomerleau closer to the economic heart of the city, as well as its clients and partners. 

"I am very proud of this new location, which is our way of demonstrating Pomerleau's dedication to expanding its presence in Vancouver," commented Pierre Pomerleau, President & CEO. "Investing in our people and leveraging innovation to keep raising the bar is what defines us. We look forward to continuing to work and grow with our esteemed clients, trusted partners and talented teams as this move is an important milestone in establishing our company as a prime partner from coast to coast." 

Pomerleau's expansion is based upon the solid footprint it has built over the years through the acquisition of Westpro in 2016, and the numerous large-scale renewable energy and architectural woodworking projects it has carried out through its Borea and Beaubois divisions in British Columbia. 

During the office's opening event, Pomerleau announced a charitable donation to RainCity Housing, a cause selected by the employees as part of an internal contest. RainCity Housing creates, implements, and manages housing and support programs that sustain relationships, strengthen communities and drive change for people experiencing homelessness and mental health, trauma and substance use issues, throughout BC's Lower Mainland. 

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521, 6E Avenue
St-Georges, QC
CA, G5Y 0H1


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