Weekly merger, acquisition, deal update: February 20

This week Morrissey Goodale reported five deals in the United States and three international deals involving companies from the United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom.

02/20/2015


This week Morrissey Goodale reported six deals in the United States and two international deals involving companies from the United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom.

This week Morrissey Goodale reported five deals in the United States and three international deals involving companies from the United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom. Courtesy: Morrissey Goodale

M&A Transactions

2/13/2015

Global energy and infrastructure consultancy RPS Group (Abingdon, UK) announced the acquisition of Klotz Associates (Houston, TX), a leading a Texas-based consultancy providing engineering, planning and environmental services. Klotz Associates was founded in 1985 and primarily serves public sector clients in Texas in the transportation, water, and land development markets. Link to details

2/17/2015

Leading global provider of engineering and consulting services, Michael Baker International (Moon Township, PA) (ENR #26) acquired Pacific Municipal Consultants (PMC) (Rancho Cordova, CA). PMC provides environmental and municipal services and is on the leading edge of climate change and sustainability planning. Link to details

2/17/2015

Wireless network services company, Velocitel (Northbrook, IL), has acquired the assets of FDH (Raleigh, NC), a multidisciplinary engineering, investigation, and construction company. Link to details

2/16/2015

OHM Advisors (Livonia, MI) merged with Krock Esser Engineering (Richfield, OH), a civil engineering consulting firm. OHM provides civil engineering, architecture, urban design, planning, construction, surveying, and GIS services. Link to details 

2/16/2015

Baker Engineering Consultants (Raleigh, NC) merged with Timmons Group (Richmond, VA) (ENR #270), a multi-disciplined engineering and technology firm. This is the third Raleigh-based firm Timmons Group has merged with in the last 12 months. Link to details

2/11/2015

Environmental consultancy firm, SLR Consulting (Aylesbury, UK) acquired E.Vironment (Tomball, TX), an environmental management, health and safety, process safety, and transaction advisory firm. Link to details

2/11/2015

August Mack Environmental (Indianapolis, IN) acquired Pratter Environmental Services (Bloomington, IN). August Mack is a full-service environmental, health and safety consulting firm serving the industrial, legal, financial, and government sectors throughout North America. Link to details

2/11/2015

Architecture firm, i2c (Melbourne, Australia) has joined Ryder Architecture (Newcastle upon Tyne, UK). Ryder's expertise in healthcare, manufacturing, office, science, and transportation is complemented by i2c who have a wealth of expertise in commercial and retail. Link to details



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