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October 14, 2010
Ingenium buys majority of UK’s Archial
The Ingenium Group has purchased the majority of the UK business and assets of Archial Group PLC, Archial Holdings Ltd., Archial Architects Ltd, Archial Resources Ltd and Alsop Sparch Ltd.
Archial is an international architectural specialist with public and private-sector clients. Its diverse portfolio includes work in corporate, education, government, healthcare, industrial, mixed-use, residential, retail and transport sectors. The firm employs approximately 300 in offices throughout England and Scotland.
“The purchase of Archial is in line with our corporate strategy of focused and measured expansion around the globe,” said Victor Smith, president and CEO of the Ingenium Group. “We have been seeking a U.K. company to form the regional base for our international work and are delighted that Archial will serve to realize that goal.”
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