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HDR acquires Sharon Greene + Associates

Posted on July 23, 2013

HDR Engineering Inc. acquired the business and assets of Sharon Greene + Associates, a firm specializing in transportation economics and financial analysis with offices in California and Denver. Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed.  

HDR, Sharon Greene + Associates will operate as a strategic consulting organization, offering an extensive portfolio of financial planning, project finance and public-private partnership advisory services.  

“Sharon Greene and Associates has a stellar reputation as a firm trusted by public-sector agencies, with a deep understanding of funding and financing issues that are critical to project implementation," said Eric Keen, president, HDR Engineering. "Their unique skill set is applicable to a wide variety of fields where HDR is an industry leader, and we are excited about the services and expertise we can offer to our mutual clients."  

"Our staff at SGA is excited about HDR’s ability to deepen and broaden our relationships with existing clients, and build relationships with new ones,” Sharon Greene, principal of the firm, said. “It was critical for us to join a company that shares our values, and we believe that HDR’s extraordinary commitment to both client services and staff development mirrors our own."

RELATED: Sharon Greene was one of METRO Magazine's featured "Women in Transportation" in 2007. Read the profile on her here.

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