South Plainfield-based MFS Consulting Engineers & Surveyor, DPC on Oct. 5 announced it acquired GEOD Corp.
The deal augments MFS’s established land survey division, enabling it to serve customers more fully by expanding its survey capabilities to include aerial mapping/photogrammetry and subsurface utility engineering (SUE) markout, and by more than doubling its team of survey professionals.
GEOD has been in operation for 60 years and has developed a reputation for the quality and accuracy of its services. It will continue to operate under its own brand as a subsidiary of MFS.
The acquisition of GEOD by MFS makes it one of the largest survey service providers in New Jersey and New York.
All GEOD employees and leadership are being retained and GEOD will continue to maintain its offices in Passaic County while providing synergistic services with MFS.
GEOD benefits by being part of a cross-discipline solutions design team that allows clients to receive engineering, surveying, and construction services from a single source. Additionally, MFS’s status as a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE), and Small Business Enterprise (SBE) will enable GEOD to achieve these certifications as well, enabling it greater access to government contracting opportunities.
“We’re excited to incorporate GEOD’s capabilities with our own as we continue to grow our business,” said Michael Mudalel, principal engineer and managing partner of MFS Engineers & Surveyors. “GEOD’s offerings and professional team are a great fit with our continual mission of providing high-quality services to clients. We look forward to continuing to serve GEOD’s client base as well as our own through both the MFS and GEOD brands, and to jointly explore new market sectors.”
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