Weekly merger, acquisition, deal update: November 8

This week Morrissey Goodale reported three deals in the U.S. and three international deals involving the United Kingdom, Canada and Brazil.

11/08/2013


This week Morrissey Goodale reported three deals in the U.S. and three international deals involving the United Kingdom, Canada and Brazil.

This week Morrissey Goodale reported three deals in the U.S. and three international deals involving the United Kingdom, Canada and Brazil. Courtesy: Morrissey Goodale

M&A Transactions

11/4/2013

International engineering, consulting and project management services firm AMEC (London, UK) has agreed to acquire Automated Engineering Services Corp. (AES) (Naperville, IL), a 175-person professional design engineering nuclear services firm with annual revenues in excess of $30 million. Link to details

11/1/2013

National design consulting firm Kimley-Horn (Raleigh, NC) has joined forces with Southern Civil Engineers (SCE) (Alpharetta, GA).  Link to details >

11/1/2013

Architectural, engineering and surveying firm DLZ (Columbus, OH) has acquired the assets of American Drilling & Testing (Melvindale, MI), a provider of subsurface investigation and drilling services to geotechnical engineering firms.  Link to details >

10/31/2013

90-person engineering services firm P2S Engineering (Long Beach, CA) has acquired healthcare-focused MEP and fire protection engineering firm Donn C. Gilmore & Assoc. (Anaheim, CA). Link to details

11/4/2013

Leading international design firm Stantec (Edmonton, Canada) acquired JDA MacKenzie Architects (Halifax, Canada), a 24-person provider of architectural services in the healthcare, public safety, commercial, and industrial sectors. Link to details

11/5/2013

Global technical, professional, and construction services firm Jacobs Engineering (Pasadena, CA) acquired an interest in Guimar Engenharia (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), a privately held engineering services and project management/construction management (PMCM) firm. Link to details



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