IPS plans strategic growth with Linesight acquisition

IPS plans strategic growth with Linesight acquisition

IPS plans strategic growth with Linesight acquisition

Integrated Project Services, LLC, (IPS) headquartered in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania and a subsidiary of Alleghany Capital Corporation, today announced that it has acquired Linesight, a multinational consulting firm headquartered in Dublin, Ireland.

IPS is a large EPCMV (Engineering, Procurement, Construction Management and Validation) company with over 1,700 staff across 22 offices worldwide.

Linesight is a fast-growing professional consultancy services organization providing project controls to data center providers, life sciences companies, commercial real estate, healthcare, hospitality, retail and residential sectors. Linesight has over 900 staff across 24 offices globally.

The acquisition is being approached as a future integrated partnership where IPS will leverage Linesight’s experience and expertise in particular in the data center sector and Linesight in turn will leverage IPS’ expertise in the Life Sciences sector. Both organizations will expand their geographic reach, build on their bench strength and extend their service propositions for their target clients globally. Linesight will continue to serve its clients as it always has, but now has the support of a much larger organization behind it.

Dave Goswami, CEO, IPS stated: “This is a transformational transaction for both IPS and Linesight and we are excited to embark on a new growth journey together, supported by Alleghany Capital. By leveraging both companies’ strong track records and combining our skills and management horsepower, we expect to make a meaningful positive difference in the industries we serve. Led by Paul Boylan and a strong leadership team, Linesight is a highly sought-after company providing consulting services, including cost and project management, project controls, risk, scheduling and procurement services focused on the data center, life sciences, and other industry sectors.

This fits well with IPS’ complementary services which include engineering, construction management and compliance services. We are thrilled at the prospect of working with the Linesight team to provide a more comprehensive and superior suite of services to our respective clients.”

Paul Boylan, CEO, Linesight added: “This is a pivotal point in Linesight’s long and successful business history and will enable us to deliver on our ambitious strategic plans, expand into new geographies to better service our client needs and extend our portfolio offering in our existing and new target markets. Linesight’s skilled teams will continue to provide the same high-quality levels of service to our clients globally and we see enhanced career opportunities for our people in all our regions. I am energized at the potential of this new business partnership and believe that it positions us well to deliver on our ambitious growth aspirations as we look towards 2022 and beyond.”

IPS plans strategic growth with Linesight acquisition

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