Weekly merger, acquisition, deal update: October 3

This week Morrissey Goodale reported five deals in the United States and one international deal involving companies from the United Kingdom and Ireland.

10/03/2014


This week Morrissey Goodale reported five deals in the United States and one international deal involving companies from the United Kingdom and Ireland.

This week Morrissey Goodale reported five deals in the United States and one international deal involving companies from the United Kingdom and Ireland. Courtesy: Morrissey Goodale

M&A Transactions

10/1/2014

Leading design firms EYP (Albany, NY) and WHR Architects (Houston, TX) have merged to better serve today's most pressing public and private building infrastructure needs: education, healthcare and energy. Link to details

10/1/2014

SWCA Environmental Consultants (Phoenix, AZ) acquired Turnstone Consulting (San Francisco, CA), an environmental planning firm. Turnstone will operate as a division of SWCA and maintain its present office in San Francisco. Link to details

10/1/2014

Design, engineering and project management consultancy, Atkins (Epsom, UK) acquired Houston Offshore Engineering (Houston, TX), a leading oil and gas offshore engineering business. Link to details

9/30/2014

TRC Companies (Lowell, MA), a leader in engineering, consulting and construction management services to the energy, environmental and infrastructure markets, acquired NOVA Safety & Environmental (NOVA) (Midland, TX). NOVA provides safety training, environmental services as well as oil spill response, remediation and general oil field construction services to customers in the oil and gas industry. Link to details

9/30/2014

Environmental and sustainability consultancy, Environmental Resources Management (ERM) (London, UK) completed the acquisition of Natural Resource Group (NRG) (Minneapolis, MN). NRG is focused entirely on the energy sector and provides high-calibre linear permitting advice, and EHS compliance monitoring, to oil and gas pipeline companies and power companies. Link to details

9/29/2014

Energy services company, Penspen (London, UK) acquired DPS Engineering (Cork, Ireland). DPS Engineering is the engineering division of DPS Group. The purchase includes all DPS engineering staff based in Singapore and Bristol. Link to details



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