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Ryan Soames acquires AEP Engineering

Ryan Soames Engineering announced the acquisition of Adaptive Engineering Professionals (AEP), the full-service mechanical, electrical and plumbing consulting firm located in New Jersey.

The company, based in West Orange, will employ three team members, led by company executive R. Alex Giordano, PE.

AEP has completed commercial, residential, educational, industrial and public projectes throughout the state.

“The team of professionals at Ryan Soames conduct their business using similar principals and priorities as we do at AEP,” said Giordano.

“Their commitment to innovation and dedication to providing timely, practical solutions for their clients closely aligns with our philosophy at AEP, which is why we believe that our companies have great potential to merge seamlessly under this new acquisition.”

“We are very pleased with our acquisition of AEP, and we are excited to witness the potential that these two firms have together,” said Keith Moorhouse, principal at Ryan Soames Engineering.

“This acquisition provides a huge opportunity for Ryan Soames, as they are a great addition to our existing building design, consulting and engineering team.”

Ryan Soames specializes in MEP Engineering and Energy Conservation with a specific focus on building design, integrated building services, and energy efficient engineering.

The company has experience working on a wide range of projects types including commercial, cultural, education, environmental, media, hospitality, residential, amongst many others.

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