Weekly merger, acquisition, deal update: August 16

This week Morrissey Goodale reported five deals in the United States and one international deal involving the United Kingdom.

08/16/2013


This week Morrissey Goodale reported five deals in the United States and one international deal involving the United Kingdom.

This week Morrissey Goodale reported five deals in the United States and one international deal involving the United Kingdom. Courtesy: Morrissey Goodale

M&A Transactions

8/8/2013

Multi-discipline engineering firm KCI Technologies (Sparks, MD) acquired Summerall Land Surveying (SLS) (Annapolis, MD), which specializes in providing high accuracy surveying services for rail lines. Link to details 

8/15/2013

Architecture and interior design firm Vocon (Cleveland, OH) acquired Conant Architects (New York, NY), a provider of architecture, interior design and branding services to clients in the finance/banking, advertising, consumer products, Not for Profit and professional services sectors. Link to details 

8/14/2013

Hospitality, retail, interiors and multi-family focused architecture firm BDG Architects (Tampa, FL) has joined forces with Urban Studio Architects (Tampa, FL). The combined firm will have 65 employees and will operate under the name BDG Architects. Link to details 

8/7/2013

Full-service architecture, engineering and design-build firm McMahon (Neenah, WI) acquired S&H Engineers and Surveyors (Merrillville, IN), a provider of civil and structural engineering and land surveying services for residential, commercial and industrial clients. Link to details

8/12/2013

Multidisciplinary engineering firm Renew (Aberford, West Yorkshire, UK) acquired Lewis Civil Engineering (Pontyclun, Rhondda Cynon Taff, UK), a 175 employee firm specializing in the engineering, construction and maintenance of water and wastewater infrastructure. Link to details

7/17/2013

Commercial real estate services firm Cassidy Turley (Washington, DC) acquired construction and project management services firm San Diego Project Management Services (Oceanside, CA). Link to details



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