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Consulting firm JS Held bolsters global platform

J.S. Held has acquired Construction Process Solutions, a national construction consulting firm that provides project management support, dispute resolution services, expert testimony, bond default analyses, and building forensic investigations.

The acquisition complements J.S. Held’s portfolio of professional services in construction consulting and strengthens the company’s Construction Advisory division.

Andrew T. Englehart, President & Director of CPS, will join J.S. Held as Senior Vice President. Michael Collins, Director of Project Support Services at CPS, joins as Vice President. Timothy J. Schap, Director of Building Forensics at CPS, also joins J.S. Held as Vice President.

“Since 1995, we have focused on creating solutions to our clients’ needs throughout the construction process. Regardless of our client’s role in the design and construction process, we’ve assisted at different stages, from inception to years after completion,” said Englehart. “By joining J.S. Held, we can now provide additional resources and invaluable experience from a wide range of professionals with skills and experiences that complement our existing capabilities to benefit clients and their projects.”

CPS will join the J.S. Held team of over 500 consultants around the globe. Existing CPS clients will now have access to a broader range of services as J.S. Held specializes in construction consulting, property damage assessment, surety services, project and program management, forensic engineering, and environmental, health, and safety services.

Founded in 1974, J.S. Held has provided specialized consulting to better address complex construction and environmental matters globally. CPS is its 15th acquisition since 2015. J.S. Held now has over 50 offices across the U.S. and Canada, Mexico, Europe, and the Middle East.

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