Kleinfelder Completes Acquisition of Poggemeyer Design Group, a Full-Service Consulting Firm Based in the Midwest and Nevada – Press Release

SAN DIEGO–(Business Wire)–The Kleinfelder Group, Inc., a leading engineering, design, construction management, construction materials inspection and testing, and environmental professional services firm, announced today that it has acquired Poggemeyer Design Group (PDG) and its subsidiaries. The transaction, which closed on October 13, 2020, bolsters Kleinfelder’s existing service offerings and accelerates growth in new geographic areas.

“We are excited to expand our business in the Midwest and strengthen our existing operations in Nevada with the acquisition of PDG,” said Kleinfelder President and CEO Louis Armstrong. “In addition to adding technical expertise to core Kleinfelder services such as design, engineering, and construction management, PDG’s strong reputation and longstanding client relationships will accelerate Kleinfelder’s growth in strategic geographies and position the firm for expansion in new markets.”

Founded in 1968, PDG provides a full suite of design services and disciplines, including engineering (water and wastewater, transportation, civil, structural, forensic, mechanical, and electrical), surveying,

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Arizona’s Morrison Consulting and Mode Effect Merge to Create a Full-Service Ecommerce Consulting and Management Agency

PHOENIX, Oct. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Morrison Consulting, LLC, a Scottsdale-based e-consultancy firm founded in 2005 by John Morrison, and Mode Effect, LLC, a Phoenix-based WordPress and WooCommerce development firm founded in 2010 by Cody Landefeld, announce their merger. The merger joins two established Arizona companies to create a full-service ecommerce consulting, development and management agency.

“Mode Effect and Morrison Consulting have been working together as partners for three years on several projects and already had unified goals,” said Morrison, Chief Executive Officer of the newly merged company. “It was a natural extension of our existing business relationship to merge our teams to make the best use of our resources and experience for continued growth. Our ability to move, pivot, acquire and invest grow much deeper as a unified company.”

Prior to the merger, Morrison had joined Mode Effect as a partner to help Mode

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