Oct. 1, 2019 (Harrisburg, Pa.) Gannett Fleming, a global infrastructure and engineering firm, continues its unprecedented expansion with the acquisition of Traffic Technologies, Inc....
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SWCA Environmental Consultants acquired REAP, a renewable energy and historic preservation firm based in Sanford, N.C. REAP is a development services consulting firm that offers critical issue analysis, environmental permitting, site selection and control, coordination with government agencies, cultural resource preservation, and management of available tax incentives.
Gannett Fleming acquired California-based geotechnical company SAGE Engineers Inc. This marks the fourth acquisition for Gannett Fleming in seven months and the second in California.
CMTA Inc., a leader in Zero Energy engineering design, acquired Engineered Solutions, Inc. (ESI) of Natick, Mass., increasing CMTA’s number of offices to 10 and its employees to more than 300.
Modjeski and Masters, a nationwide leader in the design, inspection, and rehabilitation of all bridge types, including long-span and movable structures, announced the full integration of Summit Engineering Group.
Alan Plummer Associates Inc., a Texas-based water and environmental engineering firm, announced it will expand its geographic reach through the acquisition of FEI Engineers, Inc. a Colorado-based engineering company with clients throughout Colorado and New Mexico.
Consulting, engineering and construction services firm Atwell, LLC acquired Austin, Texas-based Texas Engineering Solutions (TES), an established civil engineering firm, providing professional design and entitlement services throughout Central Texas.
Global infrastructure and engineering firm Gannett Fleming acquired Chicago-based transportation firm Bowman, Barrett & Associates Inc. (BB&A). The 30-year-old consulting firm now operates as BB&A, a business group of Gannett Fleming.