BMT Group Acquires Hi-Q Systems

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

International design, engineering and risk management consultancy, BMT Group Ltd. announced the acquisition of Hi-Q Systems Ltd.
Basingstoke-based Hi-Q Systems offers architecture and requirements services as well as providing a specialist resourcing service.  It focuses on working with clients to bring clarity to establishing needs for procurement and business change.
The company, whose clients include the Ministry of Defense, WS Atkins, BAE Systems, Thales, Electricité De France and Centrica, complements the skills and offering provided by existing group company, BMT Sigma Ltd.  Through both BMT Sigma and Hi-Q Systems, BMT will offer an expanded sector-leading service to support clients’ needs in integrated performance management, business improvement and complex decision making processes.

 

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