Weekly merger, acquisition, deal update: June 12

This week Morrissey Goodale reported two deals in the United States and three deals involving companies from the United Kingdom.

06/12/2015


This week Morrissey Goodale reported two deals in the United States and three deals involving companies from the United Kingdom.

This week Morrissey Goodale reported two deals in the United States and three deals involving companies from the United Kingdom. Courtesy: Morrissey Goodale

M&A Transactions

6/1/2015

ENR's #179 ranked environmental firm, EORM (San Jose, CA), a BSI Professional Services Company, acquired Hill Country Environmental (Austin, TX), a provider of environmental consulting and engineering services to companies with complex air quality, waste water and hazardous waste permitting, and environmental regulatory compliance issues. EORM is an environmental, health, safety, and sustainability consulting firm. Link to details

6/8/2015

Global leader in specialty engineering consulting services for the built environment, JENSEN HUGHES (Baltimore, MD) reached a merger agreement with Nexus Technical Service Corp. (Oakbrook Terrace, IL), a fire protection engineering firm with specialized expertise in industrial and nuclear hazards. Link to details

6/10/2015

Ellis Williams Architects (EWA) (Preston Brook, UK) acquired Studio Three Architects (Liverpool, UK). EWA works in the education, commercial, sport, leisure, mixed-use, and arts sectors. Link to details

6/9/2015

Architecture and design firms, Purcell (London, UK) and S T Walker & Duckham (Worcester, UK) have joined forces. The agreement to share resources, skills, and experience will enable both practices to provide a comprehensive service across key sectors. Link to details

6/2/2015

Studio Weave (London, UK) and Architecture 00 (London, UK) have joined forces. The two design practices have chosen to jointly develop a structure that will allow them to openly share their unique and complementary experience. Link to details



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