Business of Engineering

Weekly merger, acquisition, deal update: February 1

This week Morrissey Goodale reported six deals in the U.S. and two international deals involving companies from Sweden, Finland, The Netherlands, and the United Kingdom.
By Morrissey Goodale February 1, 2019
This week Morrissey Goodale reported six deals in the U.S. and two international deals involving companies from Sweden, Finland, The Netherlands, and the United Kingdom.
1/30/2019
Civil and environmental engineering firm, Prein&Newhof (Grand Rapids, MI), acquired QoE Consulting (Lansing, MI), an airport engineering and consulting firm.  Link to details
1/29/2019
Engineering and science consulting firms, SynTerra Corp.(Greenville, SC) and ECSI, LLC (Lexington, KY), have combined their operations.  The two companies will operate as SynTerra.  Link to details
1/29/2019
Surveying and land planning firm, Miles and Company(Fredericksburg, VA), merged with Legacy Engineering(Fredericksburg, VA), a civil engineering firm specializing in land development design and consulting.  Link to details
1/28/2019
Croy Engineering (Marietta, GA) acquired Tompkins Surveying and Mapping (Cartersville, GA), a land surveying firm.  Link to details
1/24/2019
Civil engineering and land surveying firm, Rau and Associates(Ukiah, CA), merged with Munselle Civil Engineering and Land Surveying (Healdsburg, CA).  Link to details
1/24/2019
Foresight Management (Zeeland, MI) acquired Building Performance Team (Grand Rapids, MI), an engineering firm specializing in commissioning, energy modeling, and optimizing facility performance.  Link to details
1/2/2019
ENR’s #19-ranked global design firm, Sweco (Stockholm, Sweden), acquired Linnunmaa (Joensuu, Finland), a chemical and environmental safety consultancy.  Link to details
1/15/2019
Royal HaskoningDHV (Amersfoort, Netherlands) acquired Lanner (Henley-in-Arden, UK), a hybrid software and consultancy firm specializing in predictive simulation for industrial clients.  Link to details

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