This week sees yet another deal in Texas. We’ve added two “can’t miss” sessions to this year’s Texas and Southern States M&A, Strategy, and Innovation Symposium. In the first, Tom Ramsey, Harris County Precinct 3 Commissioner, will discuss the county’s economy, politics, infrastructure needs, and outlook for AE and environmental firms. In the second, Dr. Ray Perryman, President and CEO of The Perryman Group, will address the economic outlook for Texas and the South. Register today! The early bird rate expires at the end of the month.
Magnolia River Services (Decatur, AL), a utility and field services firm with expertise in engineering, inspection, GIS, and software, acquired the assets and operations of INTEGRI-TEK (Houston, TX), a GIS consulting, business intelligence, data management, and infrastructure project services firm. Link to details >
A2H (Memphis, TN), an architecture, engineering, and planning firm, acquired King Engineering Consultants (Memphis, TN). The acquisition expands A2H’s services in the public sector, particularly for municipal clients in waste and wastewater improvement projects. Link to details >
Architecture, engineering, energy efficiency, and CM firm Wendel (Williamsville, NY) (ENR #492) acquired Mitchell Associates Architects (Albany, NY), a firm that works exclusively on public service facilities, including fire stations, EMS, police, and shared facilities. Link to details >
Environmental engineering and design firm Terraphase Engineering (Oakland, CA) entered into a definitive agreement to acquire environmental firm Robinson Noble (Tacoma, WA), a firm focused on environmental characterization and remediation, water resources, water rights, and geotechnical engineering. Link to details >
AKS Engineering & Forestry (Tualatin, OR), a civil engineering, water resources, surveying, and land use planning firm, merged with Tenneson Engineering Corporation (The Dalles, OR), a firm that offers civil engineering, land surveying, structural engineering, land use planning, water rights, and construction support services. Link to details >