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SODES welcomes: Englobe, Ogilvy Montréal and the city of Rimouski.

Englobe

Englobe builds on 50 years of achievements in Canada, France and the United Kingdom to go beyond expertise by stimulating the pride of its 2,000 employees who dedicate their work and passion to the benefit of our partners, communities and environment.

Englobe is an international leader offering integrated technical services in Materials, Soil and Environmental Engineering. The firm is also recognized for its expertise in the maritime sector, among others, in the following areas:
• Aquatic Fauna and Habitat;
• Environmental Assessments;
• Hydrology;
• Oceanography;
• Bathymetry and Hydrography;
• Banks’ Stabilization;
• Port Infrastructures’ Inspections;
• Sediment Management and Dredging.

At a time when the concept of sustainable development is becoming a major target, the departments responsible for managing rivers and harbors are now seeking the best compromise between the development of activities and the protection of aquatic ecosystems.

Concerned to preserve aquatic species life and to revitalize water bodies, Englobe has developed an expertise in the marine environment, whether it is for maintenance work, construction projects or contaminated sites rehabilitation.

Ogilvy Montréal

Ogilvy Montréal is an integrated advertising agency, headed by Québec entrepreneurs and affiliated with the Ogilvy & Mather network, with its more than 500 offices in 126 countries.
We develop campaigns and communication tools for both Québec-based and Canadian brands. At Ogilvy Montréal, creativity stems from innovation. We create high-performance campaigns in the services, consumer products and retail trade sectors.
As genuine business partners, our commitment to our clients is to promote their economic interests, bolster their business and add value to the brands they entrust to us.

City of Rimouski

Located on the world’s biggest estuary, amid extraordinary landscapes and vast tracts where nature reveals its manifold beauties, Rimouski is the regional capital of the Lower St. Lawrence.

With a population bordering on 50 000, the city is a major administrative centre. Known as Québec’s maritime technopole, Rimouski is marked by the strong presence of institutions and research centres of international renown in the marine sciences and technologies.

Rich in all manner of cultural, artistic and sports activities, Rimouski is a bustling venue where both residents and visitors have access to a wide range of high-calibre attractions year-round. Closely linked to the St. Lawrence River, Rimouski boasts modern infrastructures offering its citizens and guests an exceptional quality of life.

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