NV5 Acquires HK-based Engineering Firm, CSA Building Services Consulting Engineers

NV5 Acquires HK-based Engineering Firm, CSA Building Services Consulting Engineers

NV5 Global, Inc.(Nasdaq:NVEE) (“NV5” or the “Company”), a provider of professional and technical engineering and consulting solutions, announced today that it has acquired CSA (M&E) Ltd., a leading provider of Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing (MEP) engineering and sustainability consulting services.

With annual revenues approaching $5 million and offices in Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia and the UAE, CSA serves private and public sector clients throughout Asia and the Middle East. The acquisition was made with a combination of cash and stock and will be immediately accretive to NV5’s earnings.

Dickerson Wright, PE, Chairman and CEO of NV5, said, “NV5 has a long and successful history of teaming with CSA.  NV5’s Asia operation combined with CSA’s 23 year history of success in the region enables pursuit of much larger projects and allows NV5 to provide engineering services seamlessly throughout this expanding market.  The CSA acquisition is key to NV5’s strategy of strengthening the platform, growing international revenue and diversifying both the client base and sector capabilities.”

Dwayne Miller, PE, President of the Buildings Technology and Science (BTS) Division of NV5 said, “We are thrilled to have CSA as part of our international platform as their team, clients and tenure in the region creates critical mass for pursuit of much larger scale Aviation, Healthcare and Government projects.”

CSA’s President and CEO Ivor Jarman said, “Joining NV5 provides incredible opportunities for significant increased revenue, expanded services and more capabilities to serve our long term clients in Hong Kong, the Middle East and Southeast Asia.  We are extremely excited to be an integral part of NV5’s international platform and look forward to the growth opportunities for our services, business and employees.”

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