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Merrick & Company Acquires K.M. Ng Associates

This acquisition provides Merrick with added talent in the realm of nearly all facets of engineering including structural, civil and mechanical/electrical

COLORADO/TEXAS – Merrick & Company, an international engineering, architecture, design-build, surveying and geospatial solutions firm, acquired the established firm K.M. Ng & Associates, Inc. (K.M. Ng), of San Antonio, announced by Ralph Christie, chair of Merrick. K.M. Ng has served the engineering industry, guiding clients and business partners to create quality environments for more than 40 years in Texas. Merrick and K.M. Ng have worked together on projects for two decades. This acquisition provides Merrick with added talent in the realm of nearly all facets of engineering including structural, civil and mechanical/electrical, and will extend the firm’s reach throughout Texas and the southwestern U.S. on private, government, sustainable infrastructure and water projects. <br><br>

“I’m excited to announce that K.M. Ng is now a part of Merrick & Company,” said David Huelskamp, CEO and president. “With this team of experts, Merrick will enhance its capabilities in engineering and continue to offer outstanding, comprehensive design solutions.” <br><br>

“We are proud to announce that as of May 3, K.M. Ng is a division of Merrick & Company,” said K.M. Ng, PE, founder and principal. “K.M. Ng’s personnel and management team is excited to now have the backing of a Top ENR firm with access to over 500 technical professionals to offer greater resources to our existing clients and markets. We are pleased to have the long-term stability of Merrick to help us continue growing our success in Texas and surrounding areas,” added K.M. <br><br>

With the addition of K.M. Ng to the organization, Merrick will still maintain its 17 offices which serve clients in the energy, national security, life sciences and sustainable infrastructure markets.  K.M. Ng will relocate to Merrick’s San Antonio office where it will continue serving its clients in Texas, as it integrates into the Merrick enterprise.

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