DMJM Harris acquires assets of Entranco Inc.

News DMJM Harris August 29, 2005
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DMJM Harris recently announced its acquisition of the assets of Entranco, the multi-disciplined engineering company, based in the state of Washington. Integration of the two consulting engineering corporations will be completed by September 2005 and will operate as DMJM Harris.

All of Entranco’s employees have joined DMJM Harris and will continue to provide the same level of excellent service to all of their existing clients and projects.

Founded in 1961 and based in Bellevue, Wash., Entranco began as a two-person enterprise and has since grown to include branch offices in Arizona and Idaho. The mid-sized professional consulting firm provides services in transportation, construction, surveying, civil and environmental engineering and water resource management.

Entranco’s client roster reflects its project experience in both public and private sectors and their competency working with clients, large and small. The firm’s portfolio includes the Thurston Way Design-Build roadway project for the Washington State Department of Transportation; the I-10 Mainline reconstruction in Tucson for the Arizona Department of Transportation; State Avenue construction management project for the City of Marysville Wash., and; the environmental assessment for I-405 Renton Segment, a Washington State Department of Transportation nickel project.

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