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Jacobs acquires pipeline engineering firm Eagleton

02.11.2014  | 

Eagleton's services cover the full life cycle of project planning and delivery, from conceptual studies and design to full turnkey engineering, procurement and construction solutions and operational support.

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Jacobs Engineering Group has acquired Houston-based Eagleton Engineering, the companies said on Tuesday. Financial terms were not disclosed.

Jacobs says the acquisition will enhance its capabilities in midstream and upstream pipeline engineering as well as in design and field surveying services.

“Eagleton’s pipeline engineering and project delivery experience, strong project portfolio and talented employees allow us to enhance our full service offerings to our customers and drive our growth in the oil and gas business," said Jacobs vice president Chip Mitchell.

Founded in 1965, Eagleton specializes in pipeline engineering, primarily providing professional services and resources to the oil, gas and petrochemical industries. 

The firm’s services cover the full life cycle of project planning and delivery, from conceptual studies and design to full turnkey engineering, procurement and construction solutions and operational support.

“We are excited about our future with Jacobs and the expanded opportunities that are possible for our business and our employees," said Eagleton CEO Duain Cagle.



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