Natick, MA (September 2, 2021) – DCCM, a national provider of design, consulting, and program & construction management services based in Houston, Texas, announced that Rochester & Associates has joined the firm.
Based in the greater Atlanta metro area, Rochester & Associates is known for providing private and public entities with civil engineering, land surveying, project management, and infrastructure services. The firm has long-standing relationships throughout the Southeast with state and local governments, real estate developers, state departments of transportation, and consulting engineering firms. In acquiring Rochester & Associates, DCCM is partnering with industry veteran Darrell Rochester, PE, who will continue in his role as CEO of Rochester & Associates, along with Brian Rochester, who will continue his role as Executive Vice President.
“We are extremely happy to join the DCCM family of companies as the next step of our company’s evolution and growth,” said Darrell Rochester. “Bringing excellent products and services to this market is a major cornerstone of our family business, and our clients will continue to enjoy the responsive, trusted service they’ve come to expect, along with access to DCCM’s national presence and resources.”
“After 55 years of success, Rochester & Associates is looking forward to the opportunity of benefiting from DCCM’s resources and scale,” said Brian Rochester. “DCCM’s capabilities will also undoubtedly strengthen Rochester & Associates’ holistic approach to business. There’s a real synergy between the two companies and the complimentary services we provide.”
Morrissey Goodale, a specialized management consulting and research firm exclusively serving the architecture, engineering, and environmental consulting industries, acted as Financial and M&A Advisor on behalf of Rochester & Associates. Brendon Cussio, Principal Consultant at Morrissey Goodale, served as the firm’s lead advisor.
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