Business of Engineering

Weekly merger, acquisition, deal update: April 26

This week Morrissey Goodale reported four deals in the U.S. and three international deals involving companies from the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Canada, France, and China.
By Morrissey Goodale April 26, 2019

This week Morrissey Goodale reported four deals in the U.S. and three international deals involving companies from the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Canada, France, and China.

4/22/2019
Jacobs (Dallas, TX) (ENR #1) announced that it has entered into a definitive merger agreement to acquire The KeyW Holding Corporation (Hanover, MD), capturing leading position in the multi-billion dollar space intelligence market and the high growth C5ISR sector.  Link to details
4/18/2019
JENSEN HUGHES (Baltimore, MD) (ENR #85), a global leader in safety, security, and risk-based engineering and consulting, acquired security and corporate investigations consultant Hillard Heintze (Chicago, IL).  Link to details
4/20/2019
Sandman Structural Engineers (Moorhead, MN) acquired Structural Design Associates (Champlin, MN), a structural engineering firm that serves the educational, industrial, governmental, and medical sectors.  Link to details
4/2/2019
Atlanta Interior designers HLGstudio (Atlanta, GA) and K2J (Dunwoody, GA) merged, furthering their growth in the corporate, education, and healthcare markets. The combined firm will operate as HLGstudio.  Link to details
4/25/2019
ENR’s #55 ranked global design firm, Royal HaskoningDHV(Amersfoort, Netherlands), acquired Ambiental Risk Analytics(Brighton, UK), a global specialist in flood modeling, flood risk, and natural hazard analytics.  Link to details
4/23/2019
Global environmental and advisory consultancy SLR Consulting(Aylesbury, UK) acquired Novus Environmental (Guelph, Canada), a firm specializing in the fields of air quality, wind & climate, sound & vibration, and sustainable water.  Link to details
4/18/2019
ENR’s #61 ranked global design firm, Bureau Veritas (Paris, France), acquired Shenzhen Total-Test Technology Co. (Shenzhen, China), further expanding its presence in the food safety and quality market in China.  Link to details

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