Davis Surveying Acquires America-Pacific Group

Monday, October 02, 2006
Davis & Company, Ltd., a nationwide marine survey and engineering firm, has acquired the American-Pacific Group, a marine surveying firm based in Pine Grove, CA. Staff surveyor John DeMeter will be joining Davis there, bringing its number of California-based surveyors to four. James Neville, who had served as President of AmPac Ltd., is moving to AIG Global Marine as Assistant Vice President and West Coast Marine Loss Control Engineering Manager. With the acquisition, Davis has 56 offices and 100 personnel providing service across the U.S. and Canada. It is the 8th expansion for Lisle, IL-based firm in the past 4 years.
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