Weekly merger and acquisition update: June 30, 2023

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

By Morrissey Goodale June 30, 2023
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This week Morrissey Goodale reported five U.S. deals and five international deals involving companies from the United Kingdom and Canada.

Domestic transactions

6/21/2023

Global digital, cloud, and security services firm Accenture (New York, NY) entered into an agreement to acquire ENR’s #20 ranked construction management-for-fee firm, Anser Advisory (Santa Ana, CA). Link to details

6/20/2023

Energy efficiency and facility solutions firm SitelogIQ (Minneapolis, MN) acquired IKON (Grandville, MI), a firm that provides energy and operational efficiency for commercial and industrial facilities. Link to details

6/27/2023

Environmental consulting firm Johnson Marigot Consulting (Brisbane, CA) joined Integral Consulting (Seattle, WA), a science and engineering firm offering environmental, health, economic, and natural resources services. Link to details

6/22/2023

Architecture, master planning, interior design, and sustainability services firm Kaas Wilson Architects (Minneapolis, MN) acquired architecture studio Watts Leaf Architects (Charlotte, NC). Link to details

Global transactions

6/25/2023

ENR’s #30 ranked global design firm, Egis (Guyancourt, France), entered into an agreement to acquire consulting engineering firm McIntosh Perry (Ottawa, Canada). Link to details

6/28/2023

Architecture and planning firm IA Group (Sydney, Australia) acquired Tall Architects (Melbourne, Australia), an architectural and interiors firm with expertise in commercial interiors. Link to details

6/28/2023

Global quality assurance and risk management company DNV (Oslo, Norway) entered into an agreement to acquire Åkerblå Group (Sistranda, Norway), a group of companies that provide marine health, coastal construction, freshwater ecosystem monitoring, marine ecological survey, and aquatic biology expertise. Link to details

6/22/2023

Powerhouse Energy Group (Chester, UK), an integrated technology firm that converts non-recyclable waste into low-carbon energy, acquired the entire outstanding shareholding of the engineering firm Engsolve (Bridgend, UK). Link to details


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