Growth expands footprint and capabilities for 75-year old firm

LOS ANGELES, Calif. — Engineering consulting firm Psomas announced it has expanded its service capabilities and geographic footprint to serve the Pacific Northwest through the acquisition of Seattle-based KPG. KPG, known for its focus on interdisciplinary design, planning and surveying, is now KPG-Psomas.

“We’ve become deeply familiar with KPG’s caliber of projects, vision and broad range of planning, design and construction services,” said Psomas CEO Steve Margaroni. “Plus, over the last several years, we’ve developed a trusting relationship with KPG, based on mentorship and our similar cultures. It’s the ideal time to move forward together.”

KPG’s 100+ employees will join forces with Psomas’ employee base of 600+ in 13 offices throughout Arizona, California and Utah. KPG’s talented staff adds new strengths that will complement the Psomas brand, including landscape architecture and urban design presence.

“KPG is eager to join Psomas because it will allow us to grow and identify new opportunities in surveying, construction management, environmental and engineering,” said KPG CEO Sessyle Asato, PE. “KPG will continue to deliver a high level of services with additional technologies and support.”

With a strong project pipeline and a bright outlook for 2022 and beyond, this acquisition signals the strength, resilience and growth in the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry. With the expanded team Psomas seeks to foster environments where team members can thrive while making a lasting impact in the communities collectively served.

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