UES buys environmental consultancy InControl Technologies

11 December 2023 Consulting.us 1 min. read
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UES, an Orlando-headquartered consulting and engineering firm, has acquired InControl Technologies, a Houston-based environmental consulting firm.

Founded in 1997, InControl provides environmental and consulting services to commercial property management companies, institutional organizations, chemical and petrochemical industries, electrical and gas utility companies, large industrial complexes, and public sector entities.

The firm has offerings in site investigations and assessments, remediation design, environmental construction management, environmental legal support, regulatory programs, statistical modeling, and asbestos, mold, and lead management.

InControl has 24 employees listed on LinkedIn and offices in Houston and Dallas.UES buys environmental consultancy InControl TechnologiesUES’ acquisition of InControl will support its expanding focus on environmental services. UES in September bolted on Biome Consulting Group, a Florida-based ecological consultancy.

“As we plan for the future of UES, we're proud to grow our capabilities to meet the demand for environmentally sustainable development," said Dave Witsken, CEO of UES. "InControl Technologies' expertise in environmental services even further enhances our ability to provide environmentally sound solutions that benefit our clients and our communities."

UES has seen rapid expansion since 2019, acquiring more than 20 engineering firms. The firm was itself acquired by BDT Capital Partners in 2021.

“The InControl team is excited to partner with and expand UES' team of environmental experts. We look forward to sharing best practices, staying at the cutting-edge of technological developments, and increasing the services offered to our existing client base,” said Michael Marcon, founder and senior principal of InControl Technologies.

UES has more than 4,000 people across 85+ branches in the United States. The firm has expertise across geotechnical engineering, construction materials testing and inspection, building code compliance, environmental, and building envelope.