WSP has agreed to buy US-based international professional services firm Louis Berger for US$400 million.
Systra has bought a specialist bridge engineering firm with the aim of becoming one of the world’s top 10 bridge designers.
Cowi’s UK companies Flint & Neill and Donaldson Associates will be known by the parent company’s name from the start of 2017.
Architectural cable structure manufacturer Pfeifer Seil- und Hebetechnik has acquired an ownership interest in Fabritec Structures and Guard-All Building Solutions, which are based in Dallas, Texas in the USA.
Civil and structural engineering practice Degree of Freedom has opened a new office in Gdansk, Poland, led by Dr Marcin Kasiak.
A joint venture of L&T Construction and Daewoo E&C has won a US$460 million contract to design and build a 9.76km extradosed bridge over the River Ganga in the Indian state of Bihar.
Swedish consultant Sweco has reached a conditional agreement with Grontmij to buy all the shares of the Dutch firm.
French consultancy Ingérop has bought the specialist civil and structural engineering division of High-Point Rendel.
British structural steel business Severfield has taken on ‘a significant number’ of staff from Mabey Bridge in order to expand its bridge-building capabilities.
Mabey Bridge has announced that it plans to close its infrastructure division in Chepstow, Wales.
Aecom Technology Corporation is to buy URS Corporation in a deal worth some US$6 billion.
Michael Baker Corporation has entered into an agreement to be acquired by Integrated Mission Solutions (IMS), an affiliate of DC Capital Partners.
Lighting design practice Speirs + Major has announced that founding partner Jonathan Speirs died yesterday.
David Petermeier has been promoted to vice president at US bridge engineering firm Modjeski & Masters, where he will help guide strategy for the firm while continuing to oversee operations throughout the Mid-America region.
SNC-Lavalin has announced that a subsidiary has received formal notice that the rights of that subsidiary to bid on new World Bank projects have been temporarily suspended.
Halcrow is to be acquired by CH2M Hill in a US$192m deal.
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