AESG, a leading global specialist consultancy, engineering and built environment advisory firm with regional headquarters in London, Dubai and Singapore, has announced its acquisition of Commtech Europe, an established provider of commissioning and technical services throughout Europe.
With the rapid expansion of the data centre and pharmaceutical sectors alongside the ever-increasing complexity of building systems, Commtech Europe’s reputation and strength in commissioning critical facilities and systems perfectly aligns with AESG’s comprehensive commissioning, digital handover and asset management services and its commitment to delivering best-in-class engineering services resulting in greater efficiencies in project delivery.
Commtech Europe, will be fully integrated into AESG, giving existing Commtech Europe clients access to AESG’s complimentary commissioning expertise as well as the firms multidisciplinary expertise in sustainable design, fire engineering, façade engineering, acoustics, environmental consultancy, and data management for the built environment. This acquisition further strengthens AESG’s service offerings in commissioning services, enabling the company to capitalise on the significant opportunities across our core markets of Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
In line with AESG’s recently announced global expansion strategy, acquiring Commtech Europe ensures the firm continues to be at the forefront of innovation and advanced technical solutions, to be able to keep delivering buildings and critical facilities that excel operationally with life safety, reliability and energy performance considered from the start.
Commenting on this acquisition Saeed Al Abbar, CEO at AESG, said: “Acquiring Commtech Europe is a significant step for AESG. Bringing their expertise into AESG enables us to continue building upon our proven track record of delivering exceptional projects for our clients across all of our core markets and sectors.”
“We maintain a highly optimistic outlook with confidence that our commitment to maintaining service excellence through our ongoing expansion will further validate our position as a leading global consultancy firm,” Al Abbar added.
Ian Woodroofe, who held the position of Managing Director of Commtech Europe, shall take on the role of Director of Commissioning for AESG’s Europe, UK and Asia markets. Woodroofe said: “By bringing Commtech Europe’s wealth of experience and expertise in commissioning and technical services into AESG, we aim to build on the synergies and expertise of both firms in order to strengthen our client offering. Having recently joined AESG, I very much look forward to overseeing the integration process and ensuring that our clients, both existing and prospective, fully benefit from our expanded offer to optimise the delivery of their assets.”