Weekly merger, acquisition, deal update: March 17

This week Morrissey Goodale reported four deals in the United States and one international deal involving companies from France and Germany.

03/17/2017


This week Morrissey Goodale reported four deals in the United States and one international deal involving companies from France and Germany.

This week Morrissey Goodale reported four deals in the United States and one international deal involving companies from France and Germany. Courtesy: Morrissey Goodale

M&A Transactions

3/14/2017

International engineering, architecture, planning, and construction firm, Pond & Company (Norcross, GA) (ENR #230), acquired Landmark Engineering (Jacksonville, FL), a firm that specializes in highway and structures design. Link to details

3/13/2017

International energy services company, Wood Group (Aberdeen, UK), announced it will acquire Amec Foster Wheeler (London, UK) (ENR #5) in an all-share takeover deal worth about $2.7 billion. The combined firms will have enhanced capabilities, diversified across the oil & gas, chemicals, renewables, environment & infrastructure and mining segments. Link to details

3/8/2017

Mechanical, electrical, and plumbing firm, Vanderweil Engineers (Boston, MA) (ENR #129), acquired The Procz Group (Langhorne, PA), a mechanical and electrical consulting firm specializing in the design of healthcare facilities. Link to details

3/10/2017

Art Castellanos AIA Architect Inc. (Fort Myers, FL) and Jason P. Tramonte, Architect Inc. (Cape Coral, FL) have merged. The new company will be named Castellanos + Tramonte Architects and will specialize in commercial design. Link to details

3/13/2017

ENR's #89 ranked global design firm, Assystem (Paris, France), acquired a 100% interest in Automotive Solutions Germany GmbH (Samerberg, Germany), a company specialized in the design of automotive lighting systems. Link to details



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