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    September 10, 2019 • czweig

    AEC Industry Merger & Acquisition Report (9/1/19-9/9/19)

    • ERM (London, UK) acquired safety and environmental engineering firm Contek Solutions (Plano, TX). Contek serves a broad client base in the energy and chemical sectors.
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    • IMEG Corp. (Rock Island, IL) acquired structural engineering firm Desai/Nasr Consulting Engineers (West Bloomfield, MI). Desai/Nasr augments the capabilities of IMEG’s existing multi-discipline services and extends its structural reach.
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    • Structural engineering firm McComas Engineering (Carmel, IN) joined fellow structural engineering firm O’Donnell & Naccarato (Philadelphia, PA). The addition of McComas increases O&N’s core building design services and strengthens the firm’s geographic position on a national level. Zweig Group represented McComas in this engagement.
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    • SOCOTEC (Yvelines, France), strengthened its international position through the acquisition of Vidaris (New York, NY), a testing, inspection, and certification consultancy.
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    • Industry leader WSP (Montreal, Canada) acquired Orbicon (Taastrup, Denmark), a multidisciplinary engineering consulting firm with expertise in the environment, supply & infrastructure, and buildings sectors.
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    • Global design and technology firm, IBI Group (Toronto, Canada), acquired Aspyr Engineering (Burnaby, Canada). Aspyr specializes in the design and implementation of IT, audio-visual, communications, and security technologies for both the public and private sectors.
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    • ÅF Pöyry (Stockholm, Sweden) acquired electrical consultancy Sonny Svenson Konsult AB (Stockholm, Sweden). The acquisition strengthens the company’s position in the cultural heritage buildings sector.
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    • Multidisciplinary engineering and design consultancy, Norconsult (Sandvika, Norway), acquired KHS Arkitekter (Copenhagen, Denmark) strengthening its commitment in the Nordic region in terms of capacity and market presence.
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    • SYSTRA (Paris, France) acquired TSP Projects (York, UK), a multidisciplinary engineering firm with a rich heritage in rail. The acquisition cements the firm’s position as a force in the British mass transit, mobility, and complex infrastructure markets.
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