Gryphon International Engineering rebrands as CHA Canada
Devin JonesQuality engineering
Company says name change reflects its full-services capabilities in Canada.
Gryphon International Engineering Services has rebranded as CHA Canada—a subsidiary of CHA consulting—after being acquired by the company in 2011.
According to a press release, the name change is a reflection of the “full-services capabilities,” that the company now offers to its Canadian clients. While the CHA Consulting umbrella focuses primarily on design and construction management services, the Canadian arm has its roots in the thermal, power and energy industries, something CHA was looking to tap into.
“Branding our Canadian team under CHA reaffirms our aspiration to elate our clients by offering them a truly one-stop-shop for all their engineering and environmental needs that CHA’s fully integrated team of professionals can bring to North America,” said Michael Carroll, CHA President and CEO.
Specifically, CHA Canada will very much in the same vein as Gryphon did previously: with specialized solutions for power generation, renewable and sustainable energy, boilers and steam plants, chilled-water and hot-water production, and utility distribution systems.
With the initial purchase in 2011, Gryphon International kept it’s name, brand and logo and was given the tagline of “a CHA company.” The amount paid for the company is still undisclosed.
Prior to the sale Gryphon and CHA had a history of working together under the “CHA Power Team” brand.
“Our team is inspired to be clearly identified as part of the CHA team through our new name and redesigned website,” said Rich Rappa, CHA Canada’s President. “This branding and alignment will support our team’s approach to serving clients with resources from across all of the CHA Companies thus providing a single source solution.”