Dietze Construction Group is acquired

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Suffolk Construction Co. in Boston, one of the country’s largest private construction mangers, has acquired The Dietze Construction Group.  The company did not disclose the terms of the deal, but said it would strengthen Suffolk’s ability to compete in the mid-Atlantic in sectors such as government, health care and higher education. Suffolk also plans to leverage Dietze’s experience in managing the construction of high-security federal government facilities, a growing business.

Based in Ashburn, Dietze has been in business since 1993. Its has constructed numerous projects in and around the Washington, D. C., area including a million-square-foot interior construction for the headquarters of the Securities and Exchange Commission. 

“In this economic environment, it is critical that we continue to seek opportunities to expand our business … Dietze is a highly respected firm with a strong reputation in the mid-Atlantic region,” John Fish, Suffolk’s CEO, said in a statement.

Founded in 1982, Suffolk Construction has offices in the Northeast, mid-Atlantic, Southeast and West Coast regions of the country.

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