New research into acquisition and integration strategies draws on leading E&C firms
Raleigh, N.C., September 16, 2010 – FMI, the largest provider of management consulting and investment banking to the engineering and construction industry, spoke with executives and acquisition experts at several leading E&C firms who have achieved large-scale growth, and determined the finer points of acquisition and integration management. “After the Sale: Acquisitions and the Art of Integration” explores the varied strategies firms can use to capitalize upon an acquisition.
Executive leadership from Skanska, ARCADIS, Jacobs, EMCOR and Comfort Systems spoke with FMI about their acquisition history, challenges encountered, and long-term outlook. The resulting case studies examine how each company has successfully evolved over time and created a distinct brand in the market place.
Each case study includes acquisition history, revenue vs. EBIT growth, acquisition success strategies and prominent challenges for each firm. Integration processes are explored with an emphasis on practical questions to ask when planning a merge. The research highlights current opportunities for firms to grow through acquisition.
FMI’s Investment Banking practice provides Mergers and Acquisitions services, Private Capital Placements and Financial Advisory services to companies serving the engineering and construction industry, including telecommunications and energy services. The firm’s unique industry specialization has led to more completed transactions in this industry than any other Investment Banking firm.
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