Weekly merger, acquisition, deal update: February 14

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

02/14/2014


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

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

M&A Transactions

2/12/2014

Leading international design firm Stantec (Edmonton, Canada) signed a letter of intent to acquire Processes Unlimited International (ProU) (Bakersfield, CA).  ProU is a 450-person multidisciplinary engineering, project management, and design firm serving markets including oil and gas, alternative energy, power, utilities, chemicals, food and beverage, packaging, plastics, cement, minerals, mining, and building products. Stantec anticipates this transaction to close in March 2014. Link to details 

2/11/2014

Global technical, professional, and construction services firmJacobs Engineering (Pasadena, CA) acquired pipeline engineering firm Eagleton Engineering (Houston, TX). Eagleton Engineering provides professional services and resources to the oil, gas, and petrochemical industries. Link to details

 

2/11/2014

Multi-disciplined professional services firm STV (New York, NY) acquired GWD (Denver, CO), an energy services firm providing design, engineering, procurement, and construction/field services to the midstream natural gas processing market. Link to details  

2/4/2014

Energy-focused professional services firm EN Engineering (ENE) (Warrenville, IL) acquired corrosion control engineering and consulting firm Russell Corrosion Consultants (RCC) (Columbia, MD).  RCC serves the water & wastewater, oil & gas, transit, solar & wind, and government sectors. Link to details  

2/6/2014

Air quality consulting specialist Trinity Consultants (Dallas, TX) announced its merger with Meteorological Solutions (Salt Lake City, UT), an air quality and meteorological consulting firm. Link to details

2/5/2014

Multi-disciplinary surveying, engineering and wetland science firm Hancock Associates (Danvers, MA) acquired civil engineering and land surveying firm Acton Survey & Engineering (Acton, MA). The deal also included Acton's business partner, Andrysick Land Surveying (Princeton, MA).  Link to Details 

2/5/2014

Environmental advisory and energy management firm ClimeCo (Boyertown, PA) acquired Resolute Environmental (Willow Spring, NC). Link to details 

1/1/2014

Telecom, industrial and data engineering firm Palmetto Engineering & Consulting (Greenville, SC) announced its merger with land easement research and acquisition firm CT&T (Little Rock, AR). Link to details 

2/5/2014

Interior design firm Fibercations (St. Louis, MO) has combined with interior design firm Castle Design (Clayton, MO).  The firm will operate as Castle Design going forward. Link to Details 

1/1/2014

Engineering firm Riedesel Engineering (Twin Falls, ID) announced that it intends to join full-service planning, engineering and construction administration firm McFarland Johnson (Binghamton, NY). Link to details 

2/4/2014

Multi-disciplinary engineering consultancy Patrick Parsons (Newcastle, United Kingdom) acquired civil and structural consultancy Stewart and Harris (Birmingham, United Kingdom). Link to details



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