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Twelve months on from merging with North American consultancy Conestoga-Rovers & Associates (CRA), GHD has now announced that CRA will retire its proprietary title and change its name to GHD.
GHD first announced the merger in July 2014, calling it one of the largest “true mergers” to have occurred in the industry. The integration of CRA, including all of its operating platforms, and GHD makes it one of the world’s largest privately-owned engineering, architecture, environmental and construction services companies, with more than 8500 people globally and 4000 in the USA and Canada.
GHD already has a strong presence in Australia, New Zealand, Asia, the United Kingdom and the Middle East, and has previously shown its intention for expansion with its acquisition of Australian Architecture firm, Woodhead.