Strategic acquisitions and brand partnerships are part of our ambition to create a sustainable future for ourselves, our clients and our communities. They allow us to extend our strengths in key regions and sectors, combining complementary skills to better serve our clients.
We are delighted to welcome companies into our group who share our ethos, approach to service delivery and Corporate Social Responsibility.
After several years of sustained growth, we aim to acquire a position as a leading player, growing our market share and reputation worldwide.
Over the next 5 years, our goal is to double our group’s turnover. To achieve this, we’re acquiring new brands and aiming to reach critical mass in key regions. We’re particularly focused on growth in Hong Kong, Macao and continental China, Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesia and Australia.
Our ambitious acquisition policy is designed to help support our expertise in managing large, complex projects and achieving our strategic ambitions.
Acquisition plays an important role in our ambition to fight climate change and improve people’s living environments.
We focus on broadening our skill base in key areas that will help achieve our mission, including sustainable development, eco-design and sectors that support the transition to a low-carbon economy.
Our acquisition policy also allows us to support our core Corporate Social Responsibility commitments to the environment, responsible growth and developing our talent.
Our ambition is to attract companies committed to responsible business that share our people-first and creative ethos.
With both global and local reputations for excellence in their fields, our group brands enhance our offering to clients.
They enable us to provide a comprehensive service that encompasses every aspect of today’s built environment and mobility – worldwide.
Our brands include award-winning international architecture firms, sustainable construction consultants, and specialists in fields as diverse as radioactive waste management and acoustic consultancy, to name a few.
Acquisition brings together two complementary businesses in terms of professional expertise, ambition and corporate values. Both Egis and CPMS share similar cultures with common views on ED&I, Sustainability and Innovation. We each strive to provide high quality service offerings to our clients and to support the professional and personal growth of our people. This acquisition enables us to strengthen our existing portfolio, whilst it also creates a platform for our workforce to further develop their careers by accessing worldwide opportunities within the Egis Group.
We are very excited to be joining the Egis global network. During this time of a rapidly expanding Australian infrastructure pipeline, Indec will now be able to access global capabilities to better meet the complex needs of our existing and future clients. Egis and Indec share a common vision for the future growth of the business in the Australian market and the opportunities that such growth will provide for our staff.
Egis to acquire Omrania creating a leadership position in engineering and architecture consultancy in Saudi Arabia (News)
Egis to acquire Omrania creating a leadership position in engineering and architecture consultancy in Saudi Arabia
The start-up SustainEcho joins the Egis group (News)
Egis continues its development in low-carbon design with the acquisition of the company SustainEcho, a French start-up combining digital tech and environmental impact assessment.
Egis acquires Italrom, a construction engineering company operating in Romania and Poland (News)
After successful collaboration on a number of projects with Italrom, a Romanian-based engineering company, Egis is now completing the acquisition of Italrom.
Egis further strengthens its design and architectural capabilities with agreement to acquire U+A (News)
The agreement between Egis and U+A will accelerate Egis’ strategic ambition of delivering end-to-end, integrated solutions to design, build, operate and maintain assets for their clients, providing an all-encompassing, integrated solutions.
Egis signs agreement with Calibre Group to acquire Calibre Professional Services (News)
Egis signs agreement with Calibre Group to acquire Calibre Professional Services to expand market leading multi-discipline engineering capabilities across Australia and New Zealand.
Egis completes acquisition of WME in Middle East and India (News)
Egis completes acquisition of multi-disciplinary engineering consultancies WME in the Middle East and India.
Payc, the engineering leader in Colombian building sector joins the Egis Group (News)
Payc, consulting firm dedicated to construction management of buildings, joins Egis. This acquisition demonstrates Egis' objective to increase its market share in Colombia, adding presence in the Building sector.
International architecture and design practice SB Architects joins the Egis Group (News)
This strategic acquisition not only broadens Egis’ geographical reach in the USA, but also enhances the Group’s expertise in hospitality design.
Acquisition of the Waagner Biro Bridge Services group of companies (News)
The acquisition includes Waagner Biro Bridge Gulf and Waagner Biro Bridge Fabrication in Dubai, Waagner Biro Bridge Contracting and General Maintenance in Abu Dhabi and Waagner Biro Bridge Qatar.
International architecture and urban design firm Weston Williamson + Partners joins Egis (News)
UK headquartered architectural practice Weston Williamson + Partners has joined Egis – one of the world’s leading consulting, engineering and operating companies.
Egis acquires Nebu Transport Services, based in The Netherlands, to expand its VAT and other taxes (excise) refund offering in Benelux (News)
With this acquisition in line with his ambitious strategic plan Impact the Future, Egis consolidates its wide array of mobility services for the European Heavy Good Vehicles market.