Buildings March 27, 2023

M&A Valuations in 2023: Nuances Prevail in Very Interesting Times

2023’s Southeast M&A, Strategy, and Innovation Symposium saw discussion of today’s volatile market conditions, and how they will affect valuations in the A&E space.

By Morrissey Goodale
Buildings March 20, 2023

When opportunity knocks

Ultimately, a sale may not be for you. But you’ll never know for sure unless you’re open to at least considering the possibilities.

By Morrissey Goodale
Buildings March 13, 2023

Six tips for AE firms looking to close a deal in 2023

Even as the market cools, there’s still plenty of opportunities for deal-making in the AE space.

By Morrissey Goodale
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Buildings March 6, 2023

The (Mostly) Unstoppable AE Industry

While the overall market outlook for A&E is strong, lingering issues with employee morale could threaten to hamstring growth.

By Morrissey Goodale
Buildings February 27, 2023

How will the A&E industry be disrupted?

While some fear the A&E industry is falling into obsolescence, external forces such as the acquisition of major firms by software or technology companies could drive innovation.

By Morrissey Goodale
Buildings February 23, 2023

Consulting-Specifying Engineer most-viewed building types articles in 2023

Read the best articles about building types including design models, hospital emergency systems, building electrical model shifts and more

By Tyler Wall
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Buildings February 20, 2023

The M&A World through the Eyes of Buyers and Sellers (Part 2—The Buyers)

Jon Escobar, vice president of Morrissey Goodale’s buy-side engagements, gives readers a glimpse into the minds of buyers.

By Mark Goodale
Buildings February 17, 2023

Top 5 Consulting-Specifying Engineer Content: February 10-16, 2023

The most viewed content from the past week covered codes and standards, emergency generator systems, product of the year and sustainability

By Christina Miller
Buildings February 13, 2023

The M&A world through the eyes of the sellers

Morrissey Goodale's Brendon Cussio weighs in on the current stage of mergers and acquisitions in the A&E market.

By Mark Goodale
In the 2022 Specifying Considerations for Lighting & Lighting Controls report, lighting designers indicated they worked primarily in office buildings, college/university buildings and hospitals/health care facilities, all of which are considered commercial buildings. Courtesy: Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Buildings February 1, 2023

What is a commercial building?

Mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection engineers focus on commercial buildings and the engineered systems within them

By Amara Rozgus