Weekly merger, acquisition, deal update: November 4

This week Morrissey Goodale reported six deals in the United States involving companies from Kansas, Virginia, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, California, Wisconsin, South Carolina, and Ohio.

11/04/2016


This week Morrissey Goodale reported six deals in the United States involving companies from Kansas, Virginia, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, California, Wisconsin, South Carolina, and Ohio.

This week Morrissey Goodale reported six deals in the United States involving companies from Kansas, Virginia, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, California, Wisconsin, South Carolina, and Ohio. Courtesy: Morrissey Goodale

M&A Transactions

10/26/16

Leading Texas AE firm, Parkhill, Smith & Cooper (Lubbock, TX) (ENR #224) announced its merger with solid waste engineering firm Gordon Environmental, Inc. (Bernalillo, NM). The merger provides PSC its ninth location and expands the firm's existing solid waste program. Link to details

11/1/2016

Leading provider of environmental, geotechnical, materials, and facilities services, Terracon Consultants (Olathe, KS) (ENR #32) acquired Geotechnical Consulting & Testing (Woodbridge, VA), a provider of geotechnical and material testing services. Link to details

11/2/2016

DLR Group (Minneapolis, MN) (ENR #83) acquired MOMENTA (Overland Park, KS), an architectural firm that specializes in the design of education, civic, and workplace environments. Link to details

11/2/2016

Global architecture, interior design, engineering, and consulting services firm, NELSON (Philadelphia, PA) and architecture and interior design firm AIA (San Jose, CA) have merged. The merger will add roughly 35 employees to NELSON. Link to details

11/2/2016

Franklin Energy (Port Washington, WI) and AM Conservation Group (Charleston, SC) completed a strategic business combination. The business combination expands each company's energy efficiency program administration capabilities. Link to details

10/26/2016

Educational consulting firm, Cooperative Strategies (Irvine, CA) merged with DeJONG-RICHTER (Hilliard, OH), an educational planning firm. The combined firms will operate under the Cooperative Strategies name. Link to details



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