October 19, 2010
Halsall merges with professional services firm Parsons Brinckerhoff
The Halsall group of professional services companies has merged with Parsons Brinckerhoff (PB), a 14,000-person global professional services firm specializing in infrastructure planning, design and program/construction management.
The Canadian group of employee-owned companies includes Halsall Associates, a consulting engineering firm founded in 1956, Pivotal Projects, a national project management company and Loop Initiatives, a corporate sustainability consulting business.
“We are joining a professional services organization that has world-class expertise in transportation and power and steady growth in water (projects),” said Peter Halsall, chair of the Halsall group.
“The opportunity this creates is exciting and inspiring. Our clients can count on us for a broader range of solutions for their projects. Our employees increasingly will be able to apply their ideas, practices and innovations to infrastructure as well as buildings.”
Parsons Brinckerhoff is the professional services division of Balfour Beatty plc, an international infrastructure group.
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