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Karins Acquires Momenee

Newark, DE, April 1, 2016 – Karins and Associates, an engineering, surveying and planning firm, is pleased to announce the acquisition of Momenee & Associates and Momenee Survey Group, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, civil engineering and surveying firms specializing in land development and water resources engineering.  The new entity will go by the name of “Momenee, Inc., a Karins Company.”

“Momenee has built an impeccable reputation providing services to institutional, high-end residential and commercial clients over the last 34 years,” says Dev Sitaram, PE, president of Karins and Associates.  “Their services and markets parallel Karins’ in Delaware.  We’re excited to increase our presence in the Pennsylvania market with the Momenee acquisition.  Their culture of providing responsive service and practical solutions to complex problems is very similar to ours.  We welcome and look forward to the integration of their 17 employees into the Karins’ fold.  Kevin Momenee, the founder and president, will continue to manage the office as vice president.  John Johnson, vice president of Karins, will work with Kevin to assure the seamless integration of the firms.”

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“Karins’ operations and services are so closely aligned with our business that it’s a natural fit,” says Kevin Momenee, PE, PLS.  “We will continue to provide engineering, planning and surveying services and will add 3D Laser Scanning, traffic engineering, and hydrographic surveying to our offerings.  We will be building market share by expanding our customer base but we will continue to provide the high level of responsive service to which our clients are accustomed.  We’re all very excited about becoming a part of a larger organization and offering capabilities of Karins and Associates to our clients.”

Karins and Associates is an engineering, planning and surveying consulting firm with offices in Newark and Georgetown, DE.  Karins and Associates offers services including subdivision/land development, surveying and 3D laser scanning, stormwater management/water resources, utility planning and engineering, transportation, certified construction review, and construction permitting.  For more information, call 302-369-2900 in Delaware or 610-527-3030 in Pennsylvania.

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