Consultancy group Hatch has announced its integration with Australian engineering consultant Lindsay Dynan in a move both said will help expand Australian capabilities and grow its infrastructure services in the country and elsewhere.
The combination, for which officials did not disclose financial or timeline details, will give Lindsay Dynan clients access to an integrated multi-disciplinary service from urban and precinct planning through to design, engineering, implementation and maintenance, it said, with large-scale global experience in metals, energy, transport and infrastructure.
Lindsay Dynan brings to the integration a robust collection of civil and structural capabilities and construction services and more than 40 years of experience in the local Australian market across transportation, infrastructure and natural resources for governments, developers and mining and energy companies.
Lindsay Dynan has offices in NSW and Perth; Hatch, at 65 years old, has offices in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, Wollongong, Central Coast, and Newcastle among its locations in 150 countries.
“Lindsay Dynan’s … civil and structural capabilities will complement Hatch’s integrated, specialist multidisciplinary and delivery infrastructure expertise,” said David Moran, managing director of Infrastructure at Hatch.
Added Scott Watson, executive director at Lindsay Dynan: “By joining forces with Hatch, we can achieve our long-team goals and offer our clients expanded capabilities in rail, tunneling, aviation, ports, and mining and metals.”
Sources: Hatch and Lindsay Dynan