Dewberry acquires Alabama engineering firm
Edmonds Engineering has 75 staff; offices in Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee
Fairfax-based professional services firm Dewberry has acquired Birmingham, Alabama-based Edmonds Engineering.
A mechanical, electrical and plumbing design and facilities engineering company, Edmonds has 75 employees and five offices in Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee.
The new subsidiary will be branded as Dewberry | Edmonds and will continue operating under its existing leadership. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
“Edmonds Engineering has a large footprint in the Southeast, and a strong reputation as an MEP firm in several market segments, including health care, education, laboratories, municipal, industrial, commercial and federal,” Dewberry CEO Donald E. Stone Jr. said in a statement.
Edmonds Engineering CEO Dan Blackman said, “Our immediate comradery and strategic alignment are two of the many reasons why Edmonds Engineering is excited to join Dewberry. This will allow us to provide resources from a national firm with expertise across the U.S. and encompassing many markets and services.”