November 25, 2019
(Warrenville, IL) EN Engineering, a leading utility services firm, has acquired QC Data, an intelligent infrastructure services firm headquartered in Greenwood Village, Colorado.
Headquartered in Warrenville, Illinois, EN Engineering provides comprehensive and dependable engineering, consulting, and automation services to utilities, pipeline companies, and industrial customers. The company operates in key energy and manufacturing regions across the United States.
“We view the addition of QC Data as an ideal partnership as we continue to seek ways to expand our utility and telecom services,” stated EN Engineering Chief Executive Officer Steve Knowles. Adding, “In particular, over the last 20 plus years QC Data has become well known for their data-focused expertise related to asset and infrastructure management.”
“My team and I are excited to begin our partnership with EN Engineering,” said QC Data President Glen Helin. “This transaction is the perfect next step for our organization and for our continued growth and expansion. We look forward to leveraging EN’s breadth of knowledge and national footprint to expand our service offerings and strengthen our position as a premier engineering and data services provider.”
Established in 1977, QC Data is an industry-leading provider of engineering design and data services. The firm has more than 200 employees across the United States, with managers averaging 25 years of industry experience. The firm brings a comprehensive portfolio including work programs for leading energy, utility, telecommunication, and engineering contracting organizations.
EN Engineering Chief Strategy Officer & Corporate Development Benjamin Newman expanded further about the benefits of this strategic acquisition. “QC Data adds new capabilities as well as several new customers and geographies that are highly complementary to EN’s Utility business unit,” he said. “In addition, we believe that QC Data’s strong history, company culture, and customer relationships will fit in well with EN’s existing operations.”