RSK Group has again added to its growing portfolio of businesses with the acquisition of water, construction and engineering specialist ABM.
It follows the recent acquisition of civil engineering and bulk earthworks contractor, RJT Excavations, and after that radiation protection consultancy, Aurora Health Physics Services Ltd (Aurora).
Since January, Cheshire-based RSK is understood to have executed in the region of 27 mergers and acquisitions (M&A) with companies from a range of different sectors, oftentimes overseeing several in quick succession in a matter of weeks.
ABM has been running more than 20 years and has a team of 36 in offices in Barcelona and Girona.
It provides services to both public and private sector clients mainly in Catalonia and the rest of Spain.
ABM managing director, Joan Macarro Ortega, will continue to lead the business.
“ABM brings specialised knowledge and impressive project experience across a range of water sector management and civil and urban engineering work, providing advanced solutions for these projects with an emphasis on the water sector,” said RSK Group CEO, Alan Ryder.
“The team shares RSK’s emphasis on responding to the challenges posed by climate change and working with clients to deliver solutions that improve water management.
“We look forward to working together to advance these shared goals and particularly where these advance our commitment to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.”
RSK now comprises more than 200 companies, employing 12,000 people.
The Group’s annual turnover at the end of FY2023 is expected to be more than £1.2 billion.
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