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Haley & Aldrich, Cal Engineering & Geology to Join Forces

Haley & Aldrich, a national environmental and engineering consultancy, announced plans to acquire Cal Engineering & Geology (CE&G), a Northern California-based geotechnical engineering consultancy. Together, CE&G and Haley & Aldrich will effectively support the renewal of important infrastructure and work to prepare communities and businesses for a resilient future, the companies said.

The acquisition unites Haley & Aldrich’s nationwide environmental and geotechnical engineering expertise — which includes extensive seismic and resilience engineering experience — with CE&G’s regional geotechnical water infrastructuretransportation and municipal practices. This combination strengthens both firms’ abilities to help clients address pressing geotechnical, environmental and sustainability issues, taking projects from planning through design and implementation.

“California has significant climate change and environmental challenges as well as ambitious improvement goals for its aging infrastructure,” said Shawn Fiore, Haley & Aldrich president and CEO. “With our combined expertise and presence in the state, we can provide the leadership needed to address those challenges and help our clients and communities prepare for a more resilient future.”

CE&G’s clients will gain access to Haley & Aldrich’s nationwide team of more than 800 environmental and geotechnical consultants, who offer market experience as well as service capabilities that include emerging contaminant investigation and remediation, deep foundation design, foundation design,  water resource protection and development and resilienceengineering. Haley & Aldrich clients will benefit from CE&G’s California  geotechnical and geo-civil expertise, as well as its remote sensing and applied-geographic information systems modeling.

“Both Haley & Aldrich and CE&G appreciate innovation and technical excellence as essential to creating pragmatic, sustainable solutions for California’s unique leadership role in developing resilient communities,” said Phil Gregory, CE&G’s president and CEO. “Our companies fit together not just because of our complementary services but because we both believe in truly listening to clients and then finding and implementing a course of action that meets their big-picture goals.”