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Tetra Tech announces net revenue of $414 million in first quarter

Tetra Tech Inc. (Pasadena, Calif.) announced revenue of $540 million for the fiscal 2016 first quarter ended December 27, 2015 and net revenue of $414 million, up 3% and 2%, respectively over the prior year’s first quarter. Operating income was $39 million. Cash generated from operations was $10 million, up 87% over the prior-year period. Backlog of $1.8 billion was up 5% year over year. In January Tetra Tech acquired  Coffey International Ltd. of Australia. Coffey reported revenue of approximately US$400 million for fiscal year ended June 30, 2015. Tetra Tech’s Chairman and CEO Dan Batrack commented, “Tetra Tech delivered solid performance for the first quarter of 2016 with growth in revenue, operating income, and EPS from our ongoing operations…. With a strong first quarter and the addition of Coffey, we have increased guidance and look forward to a successful 2016.”

Last Updated on Thursday, 04 February 2016
 

GFL Environmental acquires Matrec for C$800 million

GFL Environmental Inc. (Toronto), a diversified environmental company offering services in solid waste management, liquid waste management and soil remediation, has completed the acquisition of the Matrec solid waste division from TransForce Inc. (Montreal) for C$800 million. The acquisition will facilitate GFL's entry into the Quebec market and Eastern Ontario. The deal was funded in part by a private offering of US$300 million, in addition to a C$458 million equity investment by Macquarie Infrastructure Partners III fund and an investor group consisting of Highbridge Principal Strategies LLC and others. Of the $458 investment, MIP III contributed $393 million and the HPS Investor Group contributed $65 million. Following completion, GFL's total enterprise value is approximately $2.4 billion. "This transaction solidifies GFL's position as a leader in the Canadian environmental services industry by expanding our solid waste operations into Quebec and Eastern Ontario," said Patrick Dovigi, GFL's founder and CEO.

Last Updated on Thursday, 04 February 2016
 

Maser Consulting acquires Triangle Surveying & Mapping

Engineering firm Maser Consulting (Red Bank, N.J.) announced that Triangle Surveying & Mapping Inc. (Miami, Fla.) has joined the multidisciplinary engineering firm. Founded in 2005 by President and Principal John Liptak, Triangle Surveying & Mapping provides services to private developers, city, state and federal agencies throughout Florida. Liptak has assumed the role of Geographic Discipline leader at Maser Consulting for survey activities in South Florida. “Providing services from the east coast of Florida complements our existing regional office in Tampa and will enhance the value of services for both entities statewide,” Richard M. Maser, CEO and president of Maser Consulting, stated. “The result of this venture will produce a combined total of over 600 employees and 20 offices nationwide.” 

Last Updated on Thursday, 04 February 2016
 

American Water partners with Corona Environmental to provide real-time water monitoring

American Water (Vorhees, N.J.), a publicly traded water and wastewater utility company, is partnering with Corona Environmental Consulting (Rockland, Mass.) to develop a cloud-based geographic information system software platform. WaterSuite integrates real-time system data, allowing utilities to visualize potential sources of contamination in a watershed, import and share water quality measurements and emergency monitoring plans, track water quality and movement of chemicals in the event of an unplanned release, and search for contaminants by characteristic. “American Water personnel will collaborate with Corona to establish requirements and test the system and its functionality for the best possible solution and outcomes,” said Corona CEO Jeffrey Rosen. The partnership is a result of American Water's Innovation Development Process, which supports the development of new products. Corona is the sixth company to become an innovation partner.

Last Updated on Thursday, 04 February 2016
 

Market for indoor environmental and air technologies estimated at $4.2 billion

The market for indoor environmental and air quality (IEAQ) technologies is expected to to grow from $4.2 billion in 2015 to $7.1 billion by 2024, according to Navigant Research (Boulder, Colo.). “In order to effectively maintain a healthy indoor environment without compromising energy efficiency, building owners are turning to many new IEAQ technologies,” said Anne Wrobetz, research associate. Technologies include carbon dioxide (CO2) sensors, demand-controlled ventilation, energy recovery ventilators, dedicated outdoor air systems, ultraviolet germicidal irradiation, and displacement ventilation. The report examines the market for IEAQ technologies used in new construction and retrofit applications, with global forecasts for revenue, segmented by region, building type, and technology, through 2024.

Last Updated on Thursday, 04 February 2016
 

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Week 05, 2016

Tetra Tech announces net revenue of $414 million in first quarter
GFL Environmental acquires Matrec for C$800 million
Maser Consulting acquires Triangle Surveying & Mapping
American Water partners with Corona Environmental to provide real-time water mon...
Market for indoor environmental and air technologies estimated at $4.2 billion
EPA announces $182 million water/wastewater investment for California
Covanta subsidiary acquires Chief
Gas overtakes coal for fifth month in a row, according to US EIA
Antea and Technology Forecasters join forces
EPA releases National Coastal Condition Assessment
DBS&A merges with Geo-Logic Associates
Pennoni continues expansion in Southeast
EPA’s annual Toxics Release Inventory shows 6% decrease
DNV GL acquires Swedish power system company Gothia Power
EH&S survey ranks staffing and safety as top concerns in 2016
B&W wins $90 million waste-to-energy contract
Advanced sensor market to exceed $1 billion in 2016
Nearly half of supply chain fails to provide climate information
Firms serving the dairy industry announce merger

Week 03, 2016

SGS acquires Accutest Laboratories
GFL Acquires the Anchor Shoring Group
Moratorium on new coal leases on federal lands announced
EBA Engineering acquires geospatial technology firm
EPA survey shows $271 billion needed for nation's wastewater infrastructure
Radioactive waste market estimated at $18.2 billion in 2014
$32 million in EPA funds for Northwest and Alaska tribes
Air quality deteriorates globally
BGL sees waste companies thinking more strategically about recycling
Veolia expands industrial services in Germany
WRF project to help water and wastewater utilities address hospital discharges
EPA announces $19 million in Nevada water funding

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