Weekly merger, acquisition, deal update: March 22

This week Morrissey Goodale reported three deals in the United States and two international deals.

03/22/2013


This week Morrissey Goodale reported three deals in the United States and two international deals.

This week Morrissey Goodale reported three deals in the United States and two international deals. Courtesy: Morrissey Goodale

M&A Transactions

3/14/2013

Full-service civil engineering firm EST (Oklahoma City, OK) acquired Hedrick & Associates (Denver, CO), a multi-discipline engineering firm focused on the transportation sector. Link to details

3/15/2013

Civil engineering, surveying and planning firm Karins and Associates (Newark, DE) acquired the assets of land surveying firm Temple-Sellars (Seaford, DE). Link to details 

3/6/2013

Global architecture and engineering design firm AECOM Technology Corporation (Los Angeles, CA) acquired the 150-person Russian and CIS project and construction management business of global property and infrastructure company Lend Lease (Sydney, Australia). Link to details

3/21/2013

Leading engineering, procurement and construction company to the energy, water, wastewater and mining sectors Chicago Bridge & Iron Company (CB&I) (The Woodlands, TX) entered into an agreement with downstream energy company Phillips 66(Houston, TX) to acquire the company's E-Gas Technology business. Link to details 

3/18/2013

Program management and construction consultancy Turner & Townsend (Leeds United Kingdom) merged with 100-person chartered quantity surveyors and cost consultants H.A. Brechin & Company (Hong Kong). Link to details  

2/28/2013

In a noteworthy transaction (though not considered a deal for the purposes of this update), multinational construction company Skanska (Stockholm, Sweden) acquired the UK highway services and maintenance contracting business of leading design, engineering and project management consultancy Atkins (London, United Kingdom). Link to details



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