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TLC Engineering Solutions, Inc. acquires Moye I.T. Consulting, LLC

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TLC Engineering Solutions, Inc. acquires Moye I.T. Consulting, LLC

TLC has now added two additional locations by incorporating Moye’s current office in Irving, Texas and expanding west with the Moye location in Los Angeles, California.


By TLC Engineering | April 14, 2022
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TLC Engineering Solutions, Inc. (TLC) is excited to announce that Moye I.T. Consulting, LLC (Moye Consulting) has joined the TLC team, expanding the breadth of its IT and Technology capabilities, as well as its national portfolio. TLC has now added two additional locations by incorporating Moye’s current office in Irving, Texas and expanding west with the Moye location in Los Angeles, California.

Moye Consulting is an industry leader in technology systems design. Over the past 20 years, Moye Consulting has grown within the architectural/engineering community by providing professional, vendor-neutral services through a dedicated team of highly qualified technical experts and engineers. They offer an array of consulting services for structured cabling, voice and data networks, physical security, audio visual, fire protection, GIS, and industry-specific specialty systems. Their highly specialized aviation portfolio includes some of the largest airports in the country. In addition to aviation, Moye also serves clients in both the commercial, healthcare, and education market sectors. They are known in the industry for their attention to detail and have been recognized for their integrity, quality of work, and commitment to delivering on their promises.

Tech-Driven Partnership

TLC CEO Michael P. Sheerin explained, “We are excited to welcome the Moye Consulting team to the TLC family. Moye was founded in North Texas and has deep roots in the local area, so we are excited to expand our local presence here and establish a new presence in California as well. Technology drives every project today so growing our Technology team together will broaden our ability to provide that expertise and support Moye’s clients with extended resources across the country. Aviation is one of TLC’s core market sectors and the Moye team will increase TLC’s multi-faceted technology planning skills.”

Jan Moye, founder and former Principal of Moye Consulting added “We are delighted to be joining TLC, a successful, like-minded, employee-owned firm. This partnership provides our team with the integrated systems and business infrastructure enabling us to focus fully on our clients and growing the firm’s national footprint. TLC has excellent expertise in security, technology and fire protection systems design, and our combined bench depth will greatly benefit our valued clients.”

With this deal, Aaron Rose, RCDD, RTPM becomes the Managing Principal of the Irving, Texas office and will work alongside Taw North, RCDD, LEED AP, TLC’s Regional Operations Director. Jan Moye, PMP, Troy Frain, PSP and Gene Hodson AAIA have joined TLC as Principals of the firm. Mary Anne Perkowski, AIA; Dan LeClair, PE; Tim McCord, PSP; and Whit King, RCDD have joined TLC as Senior Associates.

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