Baltimore-based RMF Engineering announced Thursday the acquisition of CxAnalytics, the Williamsburg, Va. based commissioning firm, creating what executives say is an enhancement to the firm’s commissioning and condition assessment workforce and its capabilities across federal, state and local government, higher education and health care markets.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
“CxAnalytics’ clients, projects and services made the acquisition a natural fit for RMF,” said Duane Pinnix, president and CEO of RMF Engineering. “With the acquisition come the talent, the resumes and the unique technical experience required to elevate our work in the secure space, specifically for mission critical facilities. It also poises RMF for continued growth, giving us a stronger foothold in the Commonwealth of Virginia and the regional federal marketplace.”
RMF is the only Maryland firm to have earned the Certified Commissioning Firm designation through the Building Commissioning Association. Recognized by Consulting Specifying-Engineer magazine as one of the nation’s top 25 “Commissioning Giants,” RMF’s and CxAnalytics’ collective portfolio includes more than 150 commissioning projects.
Executives expect a near-term workforce expansion across the firm’s commissioning group with up to five new positions over the next year.
Founded in 1983, RMF Engineering provides planning, design, engineering, commissioning and facility assessment services globally to clients in the health care, higher education, laboratory and research and federal, state and local governments. The firm leads the industry in the development of new engineering production methods and technologies, including Building Information Modeling, carbon reduction strategies, and in-depth assessment technologies. A privately held company headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, RMF has more than 215 employees in 11 U.S. offices.