Business of Engineering

Weekly merger, acquisition, deal update: February 14

This week Morrissey Goodale reported six deals in the U.S. and three international deals involving companies from the U.S., the United Kingdom, Germany and Denmark
By Morrissey Goodale February 14, 2020
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This week Morrissey Goodale reported six deals in the U.S. and three international deals involving companies from the U.S., the United Kingdom, Germany and Denmark.

M&A Transactions

2/1/2020

In an all-New England combination, CES, Inc. (Brewer, ME) acquired water/wastewater expert Haley and Ward (Maynard, MA). Link to details

1/3/2020
West Yost (Davis, CA) acquired Aegis Engineering Management (San Diego, CA). Aegis provides recycled water planning, customer water connections, site retrofits, water pipeline, and utility inspections and regulatory compliance for municipal water and wastewater utilities. Link to details
2/12/2020
Landev Engineers (Houston, TX) acquired Cates-Clark & Associates (Dallas, TX), a civil engineering firm specializing in retail, multi-family, and medical projects. Link to details
Consulting and engineering firm Ardurra Group (Tampa, FL) (ENR #272) acquired LNV (Corpus Christi, TX), a multidiscipline engineering, architectural, and surveying firm. Link to details
2/10/2020
Forensic engineering specialist Rimkus Consulting Group (Houston, TX) acquired mechanical and electrical engineering consulting firm Amset Technical Consultants (Mount Prospect, IL). Link to details
2/7/2020
Magic Software Solutions (Or Yehuda, Israel) acquired Infinigy Engineering (Albany, NY). Infinigy is an engineering firm servicing telecommunications projects, including site acquisition for wireless carriers and design plans for new towers. Link to details
2/11/2020
Environmental consulting and services firm RSK Group (Helsby, UK) acquired river restoration and erosion control specialist Salix (Norfolk, UK). Link to details
2/6/2020
ENR’s #4 ranked global design firm, Wood (Aberdeen, UK), announced the sale of its industrial services business to technical services provider Kaefer (Bremen, Germany). Link to details

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