Hurley Palmer Flatt Group the multi-disciplined engineering consultancy has acquired the majority share in the digital information and BIM management consulting business, Concentre Consulting, for an undisclosed sum.
Concentre will continue to run as an independent subsidiary of the Hurley Palmer Flatt Group to provide standalone or combined services.
Hurley Palmer Flatt Group chairman & CEO, Paul Flatt (pictured), said: “Our investment in what is recognised as one of the leading digital management consultancies is another step forward to support buildings becoming a digital asset.
“This will provide our clients with the ability to accelerate their own digital transformations, to adopt proven processes, drive new digital tools and importantly understand the cultural organisational changes required to deliver successfully in a digital environment.”
James Eaton, managing director of Concentre Consulting, said: “This move represents an exciting opportunity to leverage our combined skills and expertise. Clients, developers, contractors and end users are now recognising the increasing value of structured information and data from inception, through design into delivery and handover.
“We have a demonstrated track record of delivering real value and benefits across these stakeholders and our combined offer will allow clients to access world class digital consultants across EMEA, US and Asia.”