Business of Engineering

Weekly merger, acquisition, deal update: September 13

This week Morrissey Goodale reported four deals in the U.S. and five international deals involving companies from Canada, the United Kingdom, and Sweden.
By Morrissey Goodale September 13, 2019
This week Morrissey Goodale reported four deals in the U.S. and five international deals involving companies from Canada, the United Kingdom, and Sweden.
9/5/2019
Montrose Environmental Group (Irvine, CA)acquired Emerging Compounds Treatment Technologies (ECT2) (Portland, ME) from its parent company Haley & Aldrich (Burlington, MA) (ENR #97). ECT2 is a leader in cutting-edge solutions that mitigate the impact of emerging contaminants in air and water.  Link to details
9/11/2019
Consulting engineering and land surveying firm Atlas Engineering Group (Northbrook, IL) acquired the engineering division of Wynndalco Enterprises (Chicago, IL).  Link to details
9/9/2019
The Chazen Companies (Poughkeepsie, NY), an employee-owned multidisciplinary firm, acquired the assets of land surveying firm McKenzie & Morgan Surveying Co. (Ooltewah, TN).  Link to details
8/31/2019
Multidisciplinary engineering and environmental services provider Environmental Consulting & Technology (Gainesville, FL) acquired sustainable design and ecology firm Conservation Design Forum (Lombard, IL).  Link to details
9/11/2019
Hatch (Mississauga, Canada), ENR’s #36 ranked global design firm, acquired Upside Engineering (Calgary, Canada), an engineering and design firm operating exclusively in the energy sector.  Link to details
9/10/2019
Global environmental and advisory consultancy SLR Consulting (Aylesbury, UK) acquired RPA Inc. (Toronto, Canada), a 60-person, mining advisory business.  Link to details
9/5/2019
Full-service engineering consultant Mid-South Engineering (Hot Springs, AR) acquired civil engineering specialist Stolberg Engineering (Richmond, Canada).  Link to details
9/3/2019
Multi-disciplinary engineering firm BESTECH (Sudbury, Canada) acquired Primary Power Group (Ajax, Canada). The acquisition will build the firm’s power services business and mining engineering capacity in the Greater Toronto Area.  Link to details
9/2/2019
ENR’s #20 ranked international design firm ÅF Pöyry (Stockholm, Sweden) acquired the electronic unit of CTT Systems (Gustavsberg, Sweden). The acquisition strengthens ÅF Pöyry’s offer within product development, maintenance, and support.  Link to details

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