International Merger Creates MWH Global

With the merger of Montgomery Watson, Inc., Broomfield, Colo., and Harza Engineering Company, Chicago, the new firm—Montgomery Watson Harza (MWH) Global, Inc.—now employs 5,500 professionals in 30 countries. Last year the two companies generated revenues in excess of $700 million.

08/01/2001


With the merger of Montgomery Watson, Inc., Broomfield, Colo., and Harza Engineering Company, Chicago, the new firm—Montgomery Watson Harza (MWH) Global, Inc.—now employs 5,500 professionals in 30 countries. Last year the two companies generated revenues in excess of $700 million.

"Infrastructure clients today demand one-stop-shopping and results-oriented solutions to their needs," said MWH Global, Inc. Chairman Murli Tolaney. "Competition to provide those solutions is intense and, with the impact of new technologies, increasingly global in scope. In such an operating environment, the advantages of size, efficiency and breadth of service are enormous."

The merged firm offers expertise in water and wastewater, energy, environmental management and hazardous waste remediation.

For more information on this new firm, log on to: www.mwhglobal.com .





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