Consulting engineering firm Norman Disney & Young has been acquired by global engineering services company Tetra Tech, as it looks to leverage NDY’s expertise in sustainable buildings.
While the terms of the acquisition have not been disclosed, NDY will operate as a stand-alone entity within Tetra Tech, with no change to the brand, NDY staff or leadership, according to an NDY statement.
“The demand for high-performance, sustainable infrastructure solutions is increasing,” Tetra Tech’s chair and chief executive Dan Batrack said.
“The addition of NDY to our sustainable infrastructure design practice enables Tetra Tech to offer technically differentiated green building solutions to our commercial and government clients on a global scale.”
NDY chief executive Stuart Fowler said the company was “very excited” to be joining Tetra Tech.
“Tetra Tech complements our current services while offering in-depth engineering capabilities and broader access to customers in new geographies,” he said.
“We look forward to continuing to provide our combined client base with industry-leading technical solutions.”
Tetra Tech is headquartered in California, US and has 16,000 staff and more than 400 offices across the globe, with a financial year 2017 revenue of $2.8 billion. NDY has a staff of 700 in 13 offices across Australia, New Zealand, the UK, Hong Kong and Canada.
NDY will become part of Tetra Tech’s Asia Pacific division.