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IMEG Corp. acquires Clark Engineering

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IMEG Corp. acquires Clark Engineering

Founded in 1938 in Minneapolis, Clark Engineering has an extensive history of public and private project experience.


By IMEG | February 4, 2020

Clark Engineering of Minneapolis and South Dakota has joined IMEG Corp., a national full-service engineering firm with nearly 50 U.S. locations.

Founded in 1938 in Minneapolis, Clark Engineering has an extensive history of public and private project experience. The firm provides civil and structural design, landscape architecture, land surveying, and environmental services in a variety of market sectors nationwide and abroad. In addition to Minneapolis, the firm has locations in Sioux Falls, Aberdeen, Huron, Pierre, and Watertown, S.D.

"Clark Engineering is a highly respected firm and we are excited to have them join our company," said IMEG President/CEO Paul VanDuyne. “Their strong and diverse client base is a testament to their technical expertise and customer-based focus – two vital characteristics that match IMEG’s own priorities.” VanDuyne added that Clark’s civil and structural capabilities complement IMEG’s existing MEP capabilities from its 2018 acquisition of Minnesota-based LKPB Engineers. “This enables us to now offer full engineering services in the Minneapolis marketplace,” he said.

Dr. Abi Assadi, P.E., Clark Engineering CEO and president, said his firm is looking forward to being part of IMEG’s growing national presence and breadth of disciplines. “By combining both firms’ civil and structural building expertise, along with IMEG’s experience in multiple national markets, we’re creating a strong synergy for future growth,” he said. “This acquisition also enhances the expertise and value we bring to our clients.”

The firm joined IMEG Jan. 31, and is doing business as Clark Engineering, now IMEG. It will continue to operate out of its existing locations.

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