WDR & RT Taggart have been acquired by newly formed WDR Taggart

The architectural, waste, and energy service businesses of construction and design firm WDR & RT Taggart (Belfast, UK) have been acquired by newly formed WDR Taggart (Belfast, UK). Founded in 1902, WDR & RT Taggart employs more than 30 staff across its offices in Belfast and Londonderry. It staff includes architects and structural and civil engineers. The firm has […]

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WestBridge Capital backed the management buyout of environmental consultancy APEM Limited

WestBridge Capital (London, UK) backed the management buyout of environmental consultancy APEM Limited (Manchester, UK).  Valerie Kendall, one of the founding partners of WestBridge, said: “This is exactly the type of authoritative business we like to invest in and, most importantly, the chemistry with the team feels right. We are very much looking forward to working with […]

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The Parsons Corporation has filed paperwork for an initial public offering (IPO) that would value the company at around $3 billion.

Leading employee-owned construction and engineering firm The Parsons Corporation (Pasadena, CA) (ENR #11) has filed paperwork for an initial public offering (IPO) that would value the company at around $3 billion. The confidential filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission sets the stage for employee-owned company to cash in while valuations for defense sector companies are high, […]

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Tractebel acquired the business portfolio and activities of Ecorem

ENR’s #54 ranked global design firm, Tractebel (Brussels, Belgium), acquired the business portfolio and activities of Ecorem (Aartselaar, Belgium), strengthening its position in the environmental sector. Bram Vandenboom, Head of URBAN Belgium at Tractebel, highlights the importance of the acquisition: “This acquisition of Ecorem gives us additional expertise in knowledge domains that are crucial for strengthening our position […]

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CMT acquired Stone Engineering Group

CMT acquired Stone Engineering Group

CMT (Springfield, IL) acquired Stone Engineering Group (Jacksonville, FL) Morrissey Goodale initiated the transaction and advised Crawford, Murphy & Tilly (CMT) “This acquisition is aligned with our strategic plan to continue to explore new areas of the country where we can be successful by providing high-quality infrastructure services,” said CMT President Bill Bailey. “The Jacksonville office […]

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CBS Squared acquired Fleming, Andre and Associates

Multi-disciplined engineering, architecture, and surveying firm CBS Squared (Chippewa Falls, WI)acquired design and construction engineering firm Fleming, Andre and Associates (Eau Claire, WI). In the announcement, Sheryl Claflin, president of CBS Squared, Inc., said that the Fleming, Andrea and Associates staff will be a welcome addition to the company. “Their focus on client service and communication fits right into […]

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WMA Consulting Engineers merged with Salas O’Brien

MEP design firm WMA Consulting Engineers (Chicago, IL) merged with industry leader Salas O’Brien (Santa Ana, CA) (ENR #267). “There couldn’t be a better combination of firms than WMA and Salas O’Brien,” said Darin Anderson, Salas O’Brien chairman and CEO. “Although Salas O’Brien is growing very rapidly, we very carefully screen the firms we choose to partner with. As […]

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Mike Cote’s Business Editor’s Notebook: Female engineers aim for work-life balance — and the same pay as men

Mike Cote’s Business Editor’s Notebook: Female engineers aim for work-life balance — and the same pay as men

Mike Cote of the New Hampshire Union Leader describes what was discussed during a forum on women engineering hosted by the Union Leader. The forum was the kick off for the Union Leader Symposium Series. The event featured a panel of five female engineers. “I know I was underpaid most of my entire life,” said […]

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