Weekly merger, acquisition, deal update: April 28

This week Morrissey Goodale reported five deals in the U.S. and two international deals involving companies from Canada and the U.K.


This week Morrissey Goodale reported five deals in the U.S. and two international deals involving companies from Canada and the U.K.

This week Morrissey Goodale reported five deals in the U.S. and two international deals involving companies from Canada and the U.K. Courtesy: Morrissey Goodale

M&A Transactions


ENR's #12 ranked global design firm, SNC-Lavalin (Montreal, Canada), is set to buy WS Atkins (Epsom, UK), ENR's #11 ranked global design firm, under a final offer announced on April 20 that both firms' boards have approved. SNC-Lavalin says the offer represents a 35% premium to the closing price of Atkins shares on March 31. Link to details


Full-service engineering firm, M&S Engineering (Spring Branch, TX), acquired San Antonio Design Group (San Antonio, TX), a civil engineering firm that serves the public and private sectors. Link to details


Architecture and planning firm, Quinn Evans Architects (Ann Arbor, MI) (ENR #379), acquired Cho Benn Holback + Associates (Baltimore, MD), another architecture and planning firm. Link to details


Civil engineering firm, Parker Design Group (Roanoke, VA), acquire Stone Engineering Group (Rocky Mount, VA). Stone is another civil engineering firm that serves local businesses and municipalities. Link to details


Wold Architects and Engineers (St. Paul, MN) acquired Ruck Pate Architecture (Barrington, IL), a firm that focuses on architecture design for K-12, higher education, government and religious clients. Link to details


Environmental consulting firm, Corporate Environmental Advisors (West Boylston, MA) was acquired by Joseph Campisi (Colchester, CT). Campisi, who has been managing environmental consulting firms for the last 30 years, will act as the new president. Link to details


Private equity firm, Edwin James Holding (Glasgow, UK), acquired WT Parker (Burton upon Trent, UK), a specialist provider of mechanical, electrical and process engineering services. Link to details

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