Anchor / QEA Merge

Friday, November 21, 2008

Anchor Environmental, L.L.C. (Anchor) of Seattle, Washington, and Quantitative Environmental Analysis, L.L.C. (QEA) of Montvale, New Jersey, have announced that the companies will merge to create a national environmental and engineering consulting firm that specializes in aquatic, shoreline, and water resource projects.

Effective early January 2009, the two firms will operate under the name Anchor QEA, L.L.C. (Anchor QEA) and will be headquartered in Seattle, Washington.  Anchor QEA, with more than 200 employees nationwide, will provide clients with a full range of science and engineering services including scientific investigation, engineering design, construction management, planning and permitting.

Anchor QEA will continue to focus on providing state-of-the-science investigations and innovative solutions for contaminated sediment management, water resources, surface water and groundwater quality, dredging, coastal development, and habitat restoration projects.  Anchor QEA will operate offices in California, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, and Washington.

(www.anchorenv.com)
(www.qeallc.com)

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