Tulloch and AJ Clarke teams

HUNTSVILLE, ON– February 24th, 2015 TULLOCH Engineering and A.J. Clarke and Associates Ltd. are pleased to announce that they have joined forces.  A.J. Clarke will be a division of TULLOCH  Engineering, but will continue to operate as A.J. Clarke & Associates from Hamilton, Ontario. (Pictured above left to right: Adi Irani, Stephen Fraser and Barry Clarke from A.J. Clarke, accompanied by Mark Tulloch.)

“We are excited about our partnership with TULLOCH enabling us to capitalize on their expertise and expand the services we provide to include Geotechnical Engineering, Structural Engineering, Environmental Science, and Mapping Services,” said Barry Clarke, President, A.J. Clarke & Associates.  “Our ultimate goal is to continue to be a one-stop shop for our client base,” added Clarke.

“This marks our first step into Southern Ontario and the Golden Horseshoe,” said Mark Tulloch, Chief Executive Officer, TULLOCH Engineering. “We are quite honoured that A.J. Clarke is joining our team, and we are eager to continue the legacy that Mr. Clarke started 54 years ago.”

TULLOCH and A.J. Clarke are family founded and run businesses. They provide public and private clients with solutions to their infrastructure and land development needs. Their respective organizations have grown from a single enthusiastic professional to a combined enterprise employing over 250 technical and professional staff.

A.J. Clarke is unique in the industry as it provides an integrated approach for surveying, planning and engineering services to the building and development community.  They have been located in the heart of downtown Hamilton for the past 54 years. 

TULLOCH is a multi-disciplinary engineering firm with services in civil engineering, environmental studies, geomatics engineering, LiDAR and mapping services, transportation engineering, geotechnical engineering, structural engineering and forestry engineering. TULLOCH was founded over 20 years ago and presently has eight office locations throughout Ontario.  Seven are situated in Northern Ontario with the eighth in Ottawa.