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Hill International buys Collaborative Partners

Construction risk manager Hill International announced that it has acquired Collaborative Partners, Inc., a firm that provides project management, strategic planning and regulatory services for healthcare, life sciences, educational, commercial and residential construction projects throughout New England. Collaborative Partners, which has 20 professionals, has offices in Boston, Massachusetts and Providence, Rhode Island. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

David Richter

“Our merger with Hill takes us to another level in the New England market,” said Jack C. Hobbs, FAIA, formerly Chief Executive Officer of Collaborative Partners and now Hill’s Senior Vice President and New England Regional Manager. “We will access additional sectors including horizontal construction, mass transit, and airport project management and we will better serve our clients with the addition of in-house expertise in cost estimating and claims consulting,” added Hobbs.

Also continuing with Collaborative Partners will be principals Donna Camiolo and Joseph Naughton, now both Vice Presidents with Hill. Going forward, Collaborative Partners will operate under the Hill International brand name.

“We are excited by the combination of our two firms and the opportunity to expand Hill’s operations in New England,” said David L. Richter, Hill’s President and Chief Operating Officer. “Collaborative Partners has an outstanding group of professionals providing excellent services to their clients and we welcome them to the Hill team,” added Richter.

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