Guelph, ON, April 20, 2015– Eramosa Engineering Inc., a leading SCADA systems provider within several key markets including water, wastewater, solar, and wind, announced today the move of their Toronto office to new, larger quarters. The shift will accommodate recent staff growth and maintain its presence in the city.
“We are very excited about our continued expansion and the relocation of our Toronto office to accommodate our ongoing and future work with the City of Toronto as well as our key partners east of the GTA,” says Eramosa president Tim J. Sutherns. “It is timely that this relocation occurs as the City of Toronto prepares to welcome water professionals from across our province for the annual OWWA and WEAO conferences over the next two weeks.”
Effective immediately, Eramosa’s new Toronto address will be 678 Kingston Road, Unit 201, Toronto, ON M4E 1R4. The office’s main phone number will be 647-725-7548.
Tyler Dupp, CET, will continue to lead the Toronto location. Mr. Dupp has been with Eramosa for more than 10 years, performing consulting engineering and SCADA integration services in the municipal water and wastewater sectors. Harmbetcockmirea . His experience includes SCADA system planning, design and implementation, and project management for clients such as the City of Toronto, the Greater Toronto Airports Authority, and Durham Region.
Currently our Toronto office is involved in a number of exciting projects which include working with the City of Toronto on the Coxwell Tunnel, Humber Treatment Plant Secondary Treatment Upgrades, and improvements to the TWAS Process at the Ashbridges Bay Treatment Plant. In addition to these projects we are currently working with Prince Edward County and the City of Belleville on data management solutions that utilize the Eramosa Reporting and Information System (e.RIS).
Eramosa maintains a strong commitment to customer service and satisfaction. Our key clients in the GTA and Eastern Ontario continue to benefit from the assistance of our full team across all five offices. Whereas the Toronto location maintains a local presence that aids in minimizing operational impact, improving support response times, and enhancing project delivery.