Business of Engineering

Weekly merger, acquisition, deal update: April 5

This week Morrissey Goodale reported six deals in the U.S. and one international deal involving companies from the United Kingdom.
By Morrissey Goodale April 5, 2019
This week Morrissey Goodale reported six deals in the U.S. and one international deal involving companies from the United Kingdom.
MARCH 2019: Industry-leading EA firm Gannett Fleming (Camp Hill, PA) (ENR #39) expanded its presence in the West with the acquisition of one of California’s most respected geotechnical firms, SAGE Engineers (Roseville, CA).  Link to details
4/3/2019
Tetra Tech (Pasadena, CA) (ENR #4) acquired eGlobalTech(Arlington, VA), an IT solutions, cybersecurity, and management consulting firm serving the federal government.  Link to details
4/1/2019
IPS-Integrated Project Services (Blue Bell, PA) (ENR #124) agreed to acquire a majority interest in The Cardinal Group (Woburn, MA), a construction management firm serving the life sciences and healthcare markets. IPS is a subsidiary of Alleghany Capital (New York, NY).  Link to details
3/26/2019
Full-service consulting firm Barton & Loguidice (Liverpool, NY) (ENR #358) acquired hydrogeological and environmental consultant Advanced Land and Water(Eldersburg, MD).  Link to details
4/2/2019
Roeslein Alternative Energy (St. Louis, MO) acquired Alternative Energy Resources Group (Corinth, TX), an environmental engineering and construction firm.  Link to details
3/27/2019
8-koi (Melbourne, FL) acquired multi-discipline engineering and construction firm Cape Design Engineering (Merritt Island, FL).  Link to details
3/28/2019
Tekmar Group (Newton Aycliffe, UK), through its wholly-owned subsidiary AgileTek Engineering (London, UK), acquired Ryder Geotechnical (Newcastle upon Tyne, UK).  Link to details

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