Golder, a leading global engineering and consulting firm, unveiled its refreshed brand in January. This has been the first major refresh of the company’s brand in over half a century.
“Golder has enjoyed a long and successful journey, responding to incredible challenges with a powerful resilient spirit, driven by our employee owners and their commitment to our company,” says Golder CEO Dr. Hisham Mahmoud. “Updating our brand isn’t just about our logo, it’s about sharing our success story more broadly with the world.”
As a client-centric, employee-owned company, Golder is constantly striving to be differentiated in its chosen markets. The update of the brand is a result of direct insight and feedback from employees and clients worldwide. It is much more than a new logo; it is a milestone marker in the company’s history, a momentum builder for the future, and a representation of Golder’s commitment to its clients and communities.
Golder works on some of the world’s most challenging projects. From deep mine shafts in Africa to tall building foundations in Australia, from an airport in Hong Kong to pipelines in Canada, from tailings management in Chile to waste management in the US, from transportation tunnels in the UK to groundwater remediation in Italy, Golder professionals are delivering real value to its clients and communities.
Renowned for technical excellence, Golder is a leading specialized employee-owned engineering and consulting firm with over a half century of successful service to its clients. With over 165 offices in over 40 countries, Golder’s 6,500 professionals are driven by a passion to deliver results, offering unique specialized skills to address the ever-evolving challenges that earth, environment and energy present to clients across the mining, oil and gas, manufacturing, infrastructure and power sectors. Golder is not just a place to work, it is a promise of a living, dynamic environment where people collaborate, innovate, build enduring relationships, excel, and grow professionally in a strong culture of ownership.