Williamsburg engineering company acquired by Kansas firm
TAM Consultants now part of Terracon
Williamsburg-based TAM Consultants Inc. has been acquired by Kansas engineering firm Terracon Consultants Inc.
Founded in 2002, TAM is a 15-person professional services firm that provides building consulting and facilities engineering services for public- and private-sector clients throughout the mid-Atlantic region. TAM has offices in Richmond, Williamsburg and Newport News.
TAM’s employees are now part of Tarracon, and the firm will continue to operate locally as TAM Consultants Inc., A Terracon Company. TAM’s professional services include building enclosure consulting, structural engineering, property condition assessments, forensic and investigative engineering, roofing consulting, project management and a variety of building testing services.
“Becoming part of Terracon is a natural next step in TAM’s journey of outstanding client service,” said Timothy Mills, TAM founder and CEO, in a statement. “The merger allows us to bring an even broader range of consulting engineering services to our clients, drawing on Terracon’s national presence and resources, while our experienced team will continue to service existing clients and welcome new ones.”
The acquisition is supported by Terracon’s existing offices in Virginia, North Carolina, the Washington, D.C., metropolitan region, and others. TAM also joins two other recent mid-Atlantic acquisitions by Terracon: Skelly and Loy Inc. of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, in 2020, and GeoConcepts Engineering Inc. of Ashburn in 2017.
Based in Olathe, Kansas, Terracon is an employee-owned consulting engineering firm with more than 5,000 employees providing environmental, facilities, geotechnical and materials services from more than 150 offices with services available in 50 states.
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