Tag: merger and acquisition
CT Consultants Inc., a growing civil engineering company, acquired GGC Engineers of Gahanna, Ohio.
Brown and Caldwell added the resources of J4 Engineering Group, an industrial water services firm based in Boise, Idaho, with proven success in all aspects of project development from planning through permitting, preliminary design, detailed design, construction services, commissioning, and startup.
NV5 Global, Inc. acquired CSA (M&E) Ltd., a provider of mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineering and sustainability consulting services. With annual revenues approaching $5 million and offices in Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia and the UAE, CSA serves private- and public-sector clients throughout Asia and the Middle East.
NV5 Global, Inc., a provider of professional and technical engineering and consulting solutions, acquired Butsko Utility Design, Inc., a provider of utility planning and design services.
Working on the seller side of the deal, Zweig Group, a full-service AE consultancy based in Fayetteville, Ark., represented California-based ATI Architects + Engineers in its merger with the Planning Architecture Engineering Alliance, Inc., a Los Angeles firm that now has four main independently operated companies under its umbrella.
Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. announced completion of its acquisition of CH2M via a cash and stock transaction. The combination, which received broad affirmative support from CH2M shareholders, is expected to further drive the company’s profitable growth strategy.
King Engineering Associates, a Florida-based engineering firm, is merging with the Ardurra Group, a Texas, Louisiana, and New York engineering and disaster recovery firm.
Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. acquired Blue Canopy, a data analytics, cybersecurity and application development firm, as part of ongoing investments to expand Jacobs Connected Enterprise (JCE) solutions.
AECOM and Shimmick Construction announced a definitive agreement for AECOM to acquire Shimmick, an established company in the California and Western U.S. heavy civil construction market.