Psomas, Los Angeles, has announced the signing of a letter of intent to mergewith Daniel Boyle Engineering Inc.
“This merger is in alignment with our strategic objective of continued growthin the water market,” said Steven Winchester, Psomas vice president and head ofthe company’s water division. “Our combined companies will be able to offer aunique combination of design skills and services to better serve our clients.”
The merger is expected to close in October 2006 at which time Daniel BoyleEngineering will begin operating as DBE Psomas. California-based Daniel BoyleEngineering has spent more than two decades offering a comprehensive array ofservices for potable water, recycled water, wastewater, storm water and aquaticanimal life support systems.
“We are looking forward to the greater opportunities and challenging projectsthat will be open to us as a result of this merger with Psomas,” said TomHooker, president of Daniel Boyle Engineering, who will continue to manage theoperation.
One of the top-ranked design firms in the nation, Psomas specializes in thewater, transportation, and land development markets in the western UnitedStates. The 760-employee firm provides services to the public and private sectorin civil engineering, planning, environmental, surveying, and constructionmanagement. Psomas has offices throughout California, as well as in Arizona,Utah, Colorado and Nevada. For more information, visit www.psomas.com.