Weekly merger, acquisition, deal update: February 22

This week Morrissey Goodale reported two deals in the United States and one international deal between companies in Australia and Norway.

02/22/2013


This week Morrissey Goodale reported two deals in the United States and one international deal between companies in Australia and Norway.

This week Morrissey Goodale reported two deals in the United States and one international deal between companies in Australia and Norway. Courtesy: Morrissey Goodale

M&A Transactions

2/19/2013

International engineering, environmental science and economic consulting firm COWI (Lyngby, Denmark) acquired Jenny Engineering Corporation (JEC) (Springfield, NJ), a 30-person multi-discipline engineering firm specializing in the planning, design and construction management of tunnels and underground structures for transit, highway, water, utility, sewerage, drainage and mining projects. Link to details

2/13/2013

Multi-discipline engineering and environmental services firm Nobis Engineering (Concord, NH) acquired Huron Consulting (Germantown, MD), a leading civil engineering, planning, and regulatory services firm to commercial, municipal, county and Federal agency clients throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Link to details 

2/21/2013

International professional services provider to the energy, resource and complex process industries WorleyParsons (North Sydney, Australia) announced its intentions to acquire Bergen Group Rosenberg (Stavanger, Norway), a 650-person fully-integrated engineering, fabrication and construction company operating in part within the offshore oil and gas front end engineering and EPC markets. Link to details



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