HDR Acquires Claunch & Miller, Inc.
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HDR now has 19 Texas offices with an engineering staff of more than 464

HDR, a leading architecture-engineering-consulting firm, has acquired engineering firm Claunch & Miller, Inc., based in Houston with offices in Austin, Friendswood and San Antonio, Texas. Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed. Going forward, Claunch & Miller, Inc. will conduct business as HDR | Claunch & Miller.

Claunch & Miller is a full-service municipal civil engineering firm with roughly 75 municipal/governmental clients and serves as the designated city engineer for a number of cities in the Houston area and others in central Texas. Along with paving and drainage, the firm also has a comprehensive water/wastewater practice, including the evaluation and rehabilitation of aging infrastructure and wastewater systems. It has been included in the Trenchless Technology Top 50 Design Firms roster for the past six years.

“We are very pleased that the Claunch & Miller team sees HDR as a good fit,” said HDR Engineering, Inc. President George Little, P.E. “They have built a solid reputation in Texas based on their commitment to client service as well as their expertise in municipal work, and we’re excited about the additional opportunities they bring to the table.”

“The professionals at Claunch & Miller agree this was the right move for us,” said Claunch & Miller President Chris Claunch, P.E. “We take our motto seriously, which says that engineering is our profession and service is our business. We wouldn’t have joined the HDR team if we weren’t convinced they share our values.”

Under the new corporate structure, Claunch is senior vice president and department manager, James Andrews is a senior vice president and David Kasper, Madhu Kilambi, John Rudloff and Harry Walker are vice presidents.

With the addition of the Claunch & Miller team, HDR now has 19 Texas offices with more than 464 engineering staff. HDR’s other Texas offices are in Austin, Corpus Christi, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, McKinney, Pflugerville and San Antonio.

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