Hurt & Proffitt acquires Gretna civil engineering firm
Reynolds-Clark Development will operate as Hurt & Proffitt
Lynchburg-based civil engineering firm Hurt & Proffitt (H&P) has acquired Gretna-based Reynolds-Clark Development, according to a news release.
H&P Chief Financial Officer Matthew Leslie declined to disclose the value of the deal. The company has added Reynolds-Clark’s five employees to its workforce, bringing its total personnel to about 150. Reynolds-Clark will be now be known as Hurt & Proffitt and remain in Pittsylvania County. The company’s founders, President Gretchen Clark and Vice President Tim Reynolds, have been named vice presidents at H&P. Clark will also serve as director of site permitting, and Reynolds will add director of land development to his responsibilities.
Both companies serve clients throughout Virginia and North Carolina.
“We are excited about the opportunities that the combined forces of our two firms will hold for the future,” H&P President Wiley “Bif” Johnson said in a statement. “Our industry is rapidly changing and growing. This acquisition will allow us to meet those changes head-on and allow us to broaden our services.”
Founded in 2004, Reynolds-Clark specializes in site and utility design, stormwater management and environmental planning.
“Moving forward, clients will continue to maintain relationships with the individuals they have worked with in the past,” Clark said in a statement.
Reynolds said that the combination of the firms will give H&P “more depth” for clients.
H&P was started in 1973 and also has offices in Blacksburg, Roanoke and Wytheville.