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Houston Engineering, Inc. Welcomes FYRA Engineering

Houston Engineering, Inc. (HEI), a leading provider of water resource, transportation, infrastructure, environmental, and technology solutions in the Upper Midwest, is excited to announce today the acquisition of Omaha-based FYRA EngineeringFYRA specializes in providing water resource and environmental engineering services across Nebraska and Iowa, with offices in Omaha and Des Moines. With this acquisition, HEI broadens its market to offer services from ten offices in five states.
 “One of the goals of our HEI strategic plan focuses on growth and geographic expansion to enable us to take the services we do into other geographic markets. FYRA is a great fit that allows us to expand our presence into Nebraska and Iowa. FYRA’s culture and skills align well with ours at HEI, and we are excited to have them become part of the HEI Team.” – Gregg Thielman, President/CEO, HEI
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 “There is a great deal of alignment in our two firms’ principles, goals, and cultures. I am confident our clients will benefit from this move because it adds water resources expertise and capacity as well as an experienced and well-developed leadership and operational structure that will only improve the focus and service we bring to our clients’ projects.” – Charles Ikenberry, Des Moines Office Lead, FYRA

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