Environmental Consultant RMA Makes NorCal Acquisition
RMA Companies, headquartered in Rancho Cucamonga, has acquired A3GEO, a provider of geotechnical, geologic and earthquake engineering services in Northern California. Since December 2021, RMA has completed eight acquisitions in an aggressive growth strategy to build a national platform providing geotechnical engineering, environmental consulting, construction materials testing, inspection and certification to support the development of the nation’s critical infrastructure.
“The addition of A3GEO to the RMA Family of Companies strengthens our geotechnical, geologic, and seismic service offerings in California,” said Ed Lyon, CEO of RMA. “The addition of A3GEO’s capabilities, certifications and key client relationships will allow us to pursue a wide range of federally funded projects throughout the Western United States.”
Founded in 2010 and headquartered in Berkeley, A3GEO serves public and private customers across multiple markets with specialized expertise identifying, characterizing, and mitigating geohazard-related risks associated with ground shaking, land sliding and liquefaction.
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