Tetra Tech has acquired Norman Disney & Young (NDY), a leader in sustainable infrastructure engineering design.
Established in Sydney 1959, NDY maintains offices throughout Australia, the Asia-Pacific region, the United Kingdom, and Canada.
NDY incorporates innovative technologies and solutions into each of its building designs, including Building Information Modelling (BIM), fire protection, cyber security, and systems controls.
Tetra Tech’s chair and CEO, Dan Batrack, said the addition of NDY to its sustainable infrastructure design practice enables the company to offer technically differentiated green building solutions to commercial and government clients on a global scale.
“The demand for high-performance, sustainable infrastructure solutions is increasing,” he said.
NDY CEO, Stuart Fowler, said Tetra Tech complements NDY services while offering in-depth engineering capabilities and broader access to customers in new geographies.
"We look forward to continuing to provide our combined client base with industry-leading technical solutions," he said.
The terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. NDY is joining Tetra Tech’s Asia Pacific Division.
Tetra Tech has16,000 staff across 400 offices worldwide.