Weekly merger, acquisition, deal update: August 9

This week Morrissey Goodale reported three deals in the United States and five international deals involving Denmark, Norway, France, Australia, Germany, and Sweden.

08/09/2013


This week Morrissey Goodale reported three deals in the United States and five international deals involving Denmark, Norway, France, Australia, Germany, and Sweden.

This week Morrissey Goodale reported three deals in the United States and five international deals involving Denmark, Norway, France, Australia, Germany, and Sweden. Courtesy: Morrissey Goodale

M&A Transactions

7/30/2013

Engineering, environmental services and construction management firm Bowman Consulting (Chantilly, VA) acquired Trueline Engineering (Safford, AZ), a provider of surveying and civil engineering services in Arizona and New Mexico. Link to details 

8/5/2013

Professional consulting and design firm WSB & Associates (Minneapolis, MN) announced its pending merger with McGhie & Betts (Rochester, MN). McGhie & Betts provides land surveying, urban-land planning, civil and geotechnical engineering, material testing, landscape architecture and aviation planning services. Link to details

8/2/2013

Geotechnology (St. Louis, MO) a provider of geotechnical and environmental services acquired geotechnical and materials testing firm Environmental Operations of Illinois (EOI-Illinois)(Fairview Heights, IL). Link to details  

8/1/2013

International engineering, environmental science and economic consulting firm COWI (Lyngby, Denmark) acquired water, wastewater and environmental services firm Aquateam (Oslo, Norway). Link to details

8/1/2013

International engineering firm INGEROP (Courbevoie, France) acquired the INCOM and ATEA group of companies (Saint-Denis, France), a provider of transportation, urban planning, landscape architecture and structural engineering services. Link to details

7/23/2013

Natural resources and infrastructure engineering services company Calibre Group (Perth, Western Australia) announced that its wholly owned civil and urban infrastructure services business, Brown Consulting (Stirling, Western Australia) acquired E-Tec Consultants (Perth, Western Australia), a 21-person structural and civil engineering firm. Link to details

6/28/2013

SPIE (Cergy-Pontoise Cedex, France), a leading provider of electrical and mechanical engineering, HVAC, energy, and communication services, acquired the facility management and energy management businesses of global construction and infrastructure firm Hochtief (Essen, Germany). Link to details

6/11/2013

Engineering and consulting firm ÅF Group (Oslo, Norway) acquired lighting consulting and design firm Ljusarkitektur(Stockholm, Sweden). Link to details



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