RMJM Acquiring Hillier Architecture?

June 13, 2007

by Engineering News-Record staff

RMJM, an Edinburgh-based architecture firm with 700 employees and 11 international offices, is set to acquire Hillier Architecture, based in Princeton, New Jersey, reliable sources tell Debra Rubin, of RECORD’s sister magazine, Engineering News-Record. RMJM says that it has projects in more than 15 countries worldwide in a wide range of industry sectors, including education, commercial, industrial, residential, scientific research, healthcare, and public buildings. Hillier, which had $69 million of revenue in 2006, declines to confirm the transaction—but sources tell Rubin that it has been on the block for some time. The deal is set to be announced June 19. Look for additional coverage on next week.

A version of this story first appeared on the Web site of RECORD’s sister publication, Engineering News-Record.

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