Tucson Firm to Merge with Psomas

Los Angeles, CA (November 2004) Psomas  has announced a merger with Tucson-based MMLA. The new entity, a wholly owned subsidiary of Psomas, will be known as MMLA Psomas.
“This merger will accomplish a great deal for us as a company in continuing to meet our strategic objectives for growth,” said Blake Murillo, Psomas CEO. “Our combined companies will be able to offer uniquely compatible and highly complementary skills and services to our clients.”
Tucson-based MMLA has spent nearly two decades offering services to the private and public sector in civil engineering and survey in the areas of land development, transportation and water resources.  
“We are looking forward to the greater opportunities and challenging projects that will be open to us as a result of this merger,” said, Tom McGovern, founder and president of MMLA, who will manage the Tucson office.
Projects of the 70-employee firm range in scope from planning and engineering of 10-acre subdivisions to the master planning of multi-thousand-acre communities; from designing suburban roadway widenings to improving city storm sewer systems; from designing sanitary sewer lines to photo control surveying for extensions of major transportation corridors for the Arizona Department of Transportation.
About Psomas
One of the top-ranked design firms in the nation, Psomas specializes in the land development, water resources and transportation markets in the Western United States. The 570-employee firm provides services to the public and private sector in civil engineering, surveying, planning and entitlements, environmental, and construction management. Psomas has offices throughout California, in Arizona and Salt Lake City. For more information, visit www.psomas.com.