Mead & Hunt acquires H2O in Motion

Feb. 3, 2014

MADISON, Wis. — The acquisition will allow Mead & Hunt to significantly expand its position in the water treatment market.

MADISON, Wis. — Mead & Hunt Inc. has acquired H2O in Motion, significantly expanding its position in the water and wastewater treatment market, according to a press release.

Mead & Hunt provides professional services in planning, design, engineering and architecture, serving markets including aviation, dams and hydropower, food, industrial, military, municipal infrastructure, highways and bridges, the release noted.

Read more on municipal water treatment here.

H2O is a team of water and wastewater specialists whose expertise centers on the operation and management of treatment facilities for municipal, industrial and mining clients, reported the release.

“Mead & Hunt has strategically identified the water and wastewater market as a very important growth market for the future of our country as clean water becomes a scarce commodity,” said Andy Platz, president of Mead & Hunt. “The merger of H2O in Motion with Mead & Hunt is part of our continued expansion into key markets by adding new expertise to serve existing and new clients nationwide. We are very excited to add these new services and have their top notch employees join Mead & Hunt."

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“This will be a real positive for our clients. They enjoy the personal attention of our local staff, and now they also have direct access to a much larger array of environmental and engineering services,” said Troy Gallagher, president of H2O in Motion. “My team is excited about applying expertise at multi-faceted projects for industrial, food, energy and mining clients across the country.”

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