Hatch and LTK confirmed that they are in the final stages of negotiating an integration of the two firms

ENR’s #34 ranked global design firm, Hatch (Mississauga, Canada), and rail engineering specialist LTK (Ambler, PA) confirmed that they are in the final stages of negotiating an integration of the two firms. LTK, which was founded in 1921, has offices in 23 locations around the world and a staff of over 450 that includes more […]

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Southland Holdings acquired American Bridge Company

Southland Holdings (Roanoke, TX) acquired American Bridge Company (Coraopolis, PA), a global provider of complex civil engineering, bridge construction and rehabilitation, marine construction, and specialty structures.  “The acquisition of American Bridge into the Southland Holdings family is an exciting addition and natural fit, as we continue to build on our diverse and dynamic position as […]

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CAI Capital Partners invested in CMT Engineering Laboratories

CAI Capital Partners (Vancouver, Canada) invested in CMT Engineering Laboratories (West Valley City, UT), a provider of civil and geotechnical engineering services, including land surveying, construction materials testing, and inspection. “We are thrilled to be partnering with Doug and the team at CMT,” said Curtis Johansson, CAI Partner. “They have built a tremendous business and […]

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Parkhill announced that civil engineering firm Cardinal Engineering joined Parkhill

Multi-discipline AE firm Parkhill (Lubbock, TX) (ENR #249) announced that civil engineering firm Cardinal Engineering (Norman, OK) joined Parkhill. “Cardinal Engineering has a great reputation when it comes to service and quality of work in civil engineering,” said Jay Edwards, Parkhill President and CEO. “This partnership benefits both groups and furthers our mission of Building Community […]

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Tetra Tech acquired BlueWater Federal Solutions

Industry leader Tetra Tech (Pasadena, CA) (ENR #4) further expanded its advanced analytics business with the addition of information technology services firm BlueWater Federal Solutions (Chantilly, VA). “Our ability to integrate high-end technology and analytics in the delivery of customized water, environment, and sustainable infrastructure solutions is a key differentiator for Tetra Tech in the […]

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Woolpert acquired Jviation

Pioneering and innovative AEG and strategic consulting firm Woolpert (Dayton, OH) (ENR #72) acquired Jviation (Denver, CO), an airport planning, survey, architecture, engineering, and construction management firm. “The firm’s culture, size, and complementary services and geographies make this the perfect fit for Jviation,” Jviation Principal JD Ingram said. “We look forward to a highly collaborative and innovative […]

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GRADIANT acquired Sigma Water Engineering

GRADIANT (Singapore, Singapore), an international end-to-end water solutions provider, acquired industrial water and wastewater treatment firm Sigma Water Engineering (Puchong, Malaysia). “This acquisition solidifies GRADIANT as the premier choice for complex wastewater treatment in the Southeast Asian water market. Sigma Water has the experience, the manufacturing scale, and the reputable network bolstering GRADIANT’s presence throughout […]

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Sevan Multi-Site Solutions acquired Wyeth Projects Services

ENR’s #16 ranked program management firm, Sevan Multi-Site Solutions (Downers Grove, IL), acquired Wyeth Projects Services (Surrey, UK), a project management services organization serving petroleum, retail, and restaurant clients.  “We are thrilled to welcome Wyeth to the Sevan family,” said Jim Evans, President and CEO of Sevan. “We look forward to a smooth and seamless […]

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Word on the Street – “…And there are weeks when decades happen…” Reflections on CEO Week

Word on the Street – “…And there are weeks when decades happen…” Reflections on CEO Week

“…AND THERE ARE WEEKS WHEN DECADES HAPPEN…” REFLECTIONS ON CEO WEEK  We had two goals for our inaugural Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality (VR/AR) CEO Week. The first was to provide a forum for CEOs to meaningfully connect, engage, learn, and have fun with their peers at a time when they cannot safely do so physically. The second was to […]

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