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AECOM acquires Spanish firm

Posted on May 11, 2010

AECOM Technology Corp., provider of professional technical and management support services for government and commercial clients around the world, announced that it acquired INOCSA Ingenieria, S.L. (INOCSA), a professional technical services firm with headquarters in Madrid, Spain.

INOCSA also has offices in Romania and Bosnia and a total of approximately 550 employees providing services to public and private clients. Its services include architecture, design, engineering, program management and urban planning.

"INOCSA's expertise in segments such as transportation — especially high-speed rail, which is a focus for us around the world — energy, environment and water make it a natural fit with AECOM's worldwide suite of services," said AECOM President/CEO John M. Dionisio. "Its presence in Europe also positively grows our footprint on the continent. Conversely, our global platform will create new opportunities for INOCSA staff and enable new service offerings for its clients. We are delighted to welcome INOCSA to our global team."

 

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