Mississauga, ON-based systems integrator Summa Engineering Limited has announced that it is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year. Company leaders Frank Cosentino and Fernando Chua met in the late 1970s on a water treatment job site, working as a systems integrator and consultant respectively.
Being self-described as “young and foolish,” the duo went on together to find something more challenging elsewhere. Cosentino, president, and Chua, director, now boast a successful company and a strong team of over 40 dedicated employees. By building on each other’s strengths, the pair have been able to overcome adversity, and build a strong reputation as trustworthy systems integrators, they say.
The two are said to have no regrets either, as they are proud to know that their work has contributed to the infrastructure of Ontario and strengthened the automation of water and wastewater of their province.
Summa Engineering, specializing in water and wastewater treatment process controls, has a staff of professional engineers, programmers, field technical specialists and a CSA-certified panel shop to provide expertise in product integration for a wide variety of automation projects. The combined skill set of its team yields reliable, intuitive, and user-friendly control functionality and interfaces, the company says.