KJWW combining with Moore Engineers

Originally Posted Online: May 24, 2012, 7:36 pm
Last Updated: May 24, 2012, 9:35 pm
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By Lindsay Hocker, lhocker@qconline.com

KJWW Engineering Consultants has acquired a 25-person Indiana engineering firm

The Rock Island-headquartered company announced the acquisition of Moore Engineers in a news release, which states the office will change its name to Moore / KJWW Engineering Consultants. Moore Engineers is in Carmel, Ind.

Moore Engineers has been part of the Indiana building design and construction industry for 24 years, with notable project experience including the Lucas Oil Stadium, Bankers Life Fieldhouse,a downtown Marriott Hotel, Peyton Manning Children's Hospital and many projects within St. Vincent Health and Indiana University Health networks, according to the release.

The addition of the Carmel office brings KJWW's employment to more than 450 full-time personnel in 11 offices. U.S. locations in addition to Rock Island and Carmel are in Chicago and Naperville in Illinois; Cedar Rapids and Des Moines in Iowa; St. Louis; Madison; and Kansas City, Kan. KJWW also has locations in Ahmedabad, India and Dubai in the United Arab Emirates.


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