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EBJ-Oct-2012.zip

EBJ-Oct-2012.zip

EBJ Vol XXV No 10: Environmental Consulting & Engineering Industry Review & Outlook

EBJ's annual analysis of the environmental consulting & engineering industry details the $28 billion U.S. industry in market and competitive data, and interviews and profiles large and small companies. M&A continues to be a broad strategic option deployed by many firms, and small firms are kept on their toes with offers coming and advisors suggest they have their house in order. EBJ's annual analysis of the C&E segment of the environmental industry presents data on market size, market breakdowns, growth, forecasts, benchmark perfomance and international revenues by size of firms, and also lists the top 60 U.S. environmental consulting & engineering firms.

Exhibits and data included in and with this issue are:

  • Growth of U.S. Environmental Consulting & Engineering vs. GDP
  • Share of International Revenues Derived by U.S. C&E Firms: 204-2011
  • Gross Revenue Performance of Environmental C&E Firms in 2009, 2010 and 2011
  • The U.S. Environmental Consulting & Engineering Industry: 2010-2012 By Media
  • The U.S. Environmental Consulting & Engineering Industry: 2010-2012 By Client
  • EFCG's Happiness Quotient: Growth + Profitability: 1996-2013
  • Distribution of U.S. Environmental Consulting & Engineering Firms in 2011 by Size Categories
  • Consolidation of U.S. C&E Industry 1990-2011
  • Top 5 U.S. Environmental C&E Firms: 1995-2011
  • Median Growth & Profitability in Engineering/Consulting Firms: 2011-2013
  • Top 60 Environmental Consulting & Engineering Firms in 2011
  • Growing Share of International M&As in U.S. C&E Industry
  • M&A Activity in the Environmental Consulting & Engineering: 2003-2013
  • AMEC's USA Environmental C&E Revenues

Table of Contents

01.C&E Overview: Election and fiscal cliff keep CEOs nervous in 2012, leading to leaner, well-honed companies in environmental consulting & engineering. The outlook for 2013-2014 is still not rosy, but more flowers than thorns.pg 1-7

02.Features: M&A activity continues to grow and spread worldwide: Advisors see a positive environment; Acquirers Stantec, NV5, CHA, GZA, Stanley and S&ME share secrets, experience and lessons learned; Q&A with 2020 Environmental Group focuses on small firm issues. Deciding on metrics for sustainable infrastructure leads to a new entity and possible new market drivers.pg 3-16

03.Profiles: TRC builds itself around the energy & power business; Shaw is acquired, leaving strategic questions for E&I business; AMEC consolidates U.S. presence with MACTEC acquisition; Sevee & Maher rides focused backlog through the downturn; PBS bounces back with diverse client set; ERM brands on sustainability.pg 17-28

 

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