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CHA Consulting, Inc. Acquires Wolverton & Associates, Inc.

CHA Consulting, Inc. Acquires Wolverton & Associates, Inc.

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ALBANY, NY – CHA Consulting, Inc. (CHA), a highly diversified, full-service engineering consulting firm announced today that it has acquired Wolverton & Associates, Inc. (Wolverton).  Wolverton is a full-service transportation and civil engineering firm based in Atlanta, Georgia.

“CHA’s partnership with Wolverton will create added depth to our teams thus bringing immediate value to our clients and fueling our growth across the Southeast.  Wolverton’s vision and values mirror CHA’s, and we share a strong commitment to elating clients and inspiring employees,” said Michael Carroll, CHA’s President & CEO.

Wolverton Founder & CEO, Jay Wolverton, said, “The Wolverton team is very excited to join CHA.  The opportunities for collaboration with the CHA team will enhance our clients’ experience, while access to a broader platform will benefit the growth and professional development of our staff. Our shared commitment to quality, excellence, and trust make CHA the ideal partner for Wolverton.”

“Wolverton brings CHA exceptional leadership and talent in the transportation, traffic, land development, land surveying, and power/utility sectors, providing us with great opportunities for combined accelerated growth in these markets within the growing Southeast region,” stated CHA’s Chief Strategy Officer Jim Stephenson.

CHA and Wolverton will work closely together to ensure a seamless transition for Wolverton’s clients. During the integration period, the two firms will also work together to maximize the expertise, best practices, and experience of both firms. A first step in the integration process is a branding change for Wolverton. Wolverton will be known as Wolverton & Associates, a CHA Company effective immediately.

AEC Advisors LLC (www.aecadvisors.com) initiated the transaction and served as Wolverton’s financial advisor.