King Engineering Consultants Acquired by A2H
Ken King (left), Pat Harcourt (center), Logan Meeks (right)
King Engineering Consultants Acquired by A2H

A2H has acquired King Engineering Consultants, a long-standing local engineering firm that, like A2H, has a history of serving clients across rural West Tennessee. This acquisition marks a significant milestone for our company, as it expands our capacity to serve clients in the public sector, particularly for municipal clients in waste and wastewater improvement projects.

King Engineering Consultants, led by Ken King, brings with them a staff of five highly skilled professionals who have now officially joined the A2H team. With their expertise and experience, we are confident in our enhanced ability to deliver exceptional services and solutions to our municipal and county clients across the region.

There has been a surge in ARPA-funded waste and wastewater improvement projects; so the timing of this acquisition couldn’t have been more perfect, as it strengthens our position to provide comprehensive support to our clients in these crucial infrastructure projects. Together with our new team members from King Engineering Consultants, we will continue to serve as trusted advisors for these clients.

This acquisition not only expands our capabilities but also reinforces our commitment to growth, excellence, and client service. We remain dedicated to upholding our core values and delivering outstanding results in every project we undertake.

We are confident that by joining forces with King Engineering Consultants, we are poised for even greater success in serving our clients and Creating an Enhanced Quality of Life for our Clients and Community.

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