Weekly merger and acquisition update: April 29, 2022

This week Morrissey Goodale reported six U.S. deals and two international deals involving companies from the United Kingdom.

By Morrissey Goodale April 29, 2022
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This week Morrissey Goodale reported six U.S. deals and two international deals involving companies from the United Kingdom.

M&A Transactions

4/26/2022

MEP engineering firm Capital Engineering (Rancho Cordova, CA) merged with Stanton Engineering (Sacramento, CA), an MEP engineering firm with experience in mixed-use, multi-family, hospitality, and senior living projects. Link to details

4/19/2022

Cal y Mayor (Ciudad de Mexico, Mexico), a feasibility studies and design and CM/PM consulting firm, expanded in the U.S. with the acquisition of Omni Design (San Luis Obispo, CA), an architecture, engineering, surveying, and telecommunications services firm. Link to details

4/28/2022

Nelson Engineering (Merritt Island, FL), a design and facility engineering firm serving government and commercial clients, joined fast-growing facilities planning and design firm Salas O’Brien (Santa Ana, CA) (ENR #78). Link to details

4/26/2022

Architecture and interior design firm Daroff Design Inc + DDI Architects (Philadelphia, PA) merged with architecture, design, and strategy firm NELSON Worldwide (Philadelphia, PA). Link to details

4/25/2022

Pioneering bridge engineering specialist Hardesty & Hanover (New York, NY) (ENR #150) acquired P.E. Structural Consultants (Austin, TX), an engineering firm specializing in structural engineering and architectural design of bridges. Link to details

4/25/2022

ENR’s #39 ranked global design firm, COWI (Lyngby, Denmark), entered into an agreement to acquire FINLEY Engineering Group (Tallahassee, FL), a specialty engineering firm focused on complex bridge projects. Link to details

4/19/2022

Legal and professional services group, Gateley (Birmingham, UK), acquired Smithers Purslow (Oakham, UK), an architecture, civil and structural engineering, and building surveying firm. Link to details

4/19/2022

Amey (London, UK), a firm that provides critical infrastructure for the private and public sectors, sold its utilities business to industrial private equity investor Rubicon Partners (London, UK). The new stand-alone entity will be known as Avove (Chorley, UK) and will offer water and power maintenance services. Link to details


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