Crozier Guelph Open House a Success

From left to right: Christine Hansen, Chris Gerrits, Nick Mocan (Crozier president), Juan Laverde , Mayor Cam Guthrie, Rani Kaur, Jurgen Koehler (Guelph Manager), Jayne Holmes (Deputy CAO, City of Guelph), Janet Hughes, Mike Cugino, Ashish Shukla, Jim Firth, Janet Bherer

We recently celebrated the official opening of our Guelph office by hosting an open house that welcomed Mayor Cam Guthrie, Guelph Chamber of Commerce, and several local industry colleagues and partners. Guests joined at 55 Wyndham Street, with a ribbon-cutting and remarks by the mayor.

“It’s always great to see new businesses opening in downtown Guelph,” said Mayor Cam Guthrie. “I am especially thrilled to see businesses, like Crozier, move to our city and commit to making a positive impact in our community. I look forward to seeing Crozier at other local events.”

The Guelph office opened its doors in February 2023, immediately accommodating over 20 local employees. With many of our team members having graduated from the University of Guelph, Crozier takes pride in supporting the institution and its students. This year, we were delighted to award the C.F. Crozier & Associates Inc. Scholarship to a deserving University of Guelph student and sit down to hear about their current experience and future plans.

Many Crozier employees from all five offices came together to entertain guests, including founder and CEO, Chris Crozier, who was joined by his family.

“I am blown away by the warm welcome we have received,” said Chris Crozier. “We have always seen Guelph as a vibrant, thriving community, and to be officially part of it is exciting for many of us.”

We want to extend our gratitude to everyone who contributed to the success of the event and to our guests who took the time to enjoy refreshments in our new office space. We eagerly look forward to deepening our existing relationships and actively engaging with the community. For more information, visit and follow on LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram @CrozierEngineer.









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