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HDR purchases Hoyt assets

Posted on May 21, 2007

Architectural and engineering consulting firm HDR completed an asset purchase of The Hoyt Company, a transportation planning, community relations and public outreach firm based in Sacramento, Calif.

 

Going forward, The Hoyt Company will conduct business as HDR/The Hoyt Company, providing community outreach and transportation solutions for commercial, residential, retail, mixed-use/urban infill, office, recreational, medical and airport facilities.

 

Under the new corporate structure, Wendy Hoyt, president of The Hoyt Company, will be a vice president responsible for leading community relations and transportation/transit planning in northern California.

 

Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

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