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AMEC (formerly MACTEC Inc.), London, UK

Main Office:
Global Headquarter
76-78 Old Street
London
EC1V 9RU
UK

Telephone: +44 (0) 20 7539 5800
Fax: +44 (0) 20 7539 5900

Additional Offices:
AMEC has 325 offices in around 40 countries.
Around 104 offices in the United States.

Texas Offices:

Austin

AMEC
3711 S. MoPac Expressway
Building One, Suite 100
Austin, TX 78746
US

Telephone: +1 512 494 0333
Fax: +1 512 494 0334

El Paso

AMEC
125 Montoya Road
El Paso, Texas
79932
US

Telephone: +1 915 585 2472
Fax: +1 915 585 2626

Houston

AMEC
10777 Clay Road
Houston, TX
77041
US

Telephone: +1 713 570 1000
Fax: +1 713 570 8910

San Antonio

16414 San Pedro Avenue
Suite 635
San Antonio, TX
78232

San Antonio

AMEC
17319 San Pedro Avenue
Suite 207
San Antonio, Texas
78232
US

Telephone: +1 210 699 6595
Fax: +1 210 699 6597

Services:
Engineering
Consulting
Decommissioning
Project Management
Construction
New Build
Supple Chain Management
Sustainability
Environmental Services
Operations and Maintenance
Specialist Services
Training and Development

History:

Matthew Hall opened his first office in the UK in 1848, which became the Matthew Hall Group of Companies. In 1883, Leonard Fairclough started Fairclough Construction in the UK. Fairclough Construction merged with William Press (founded in 1913) to form AMEC. Six years later, Mathew Hall Group of Companies became part of the AMEC group.

In 2000, AMEC bought AGRA, a Canadian engineering company with over 85 years of experience. In 2002, AMEC was recognized by the Dow Jones Sustainability Index “as one of the world’s top five companies for sustainability in the oil equipment and services sector” (http://amec.com/aboutus/past.htm).

In May 2011, AMEC acquired the leading US engineering and environmental services company MACTEC.

Projects:

Brownfield redevelopment at Atlantic Station

Construction Engineering & Inspection for Nevada Department of Transportation

Reconstruction of military infrastructure in Iraq

Design of Geothermal Plant in Holtville, California

Charter street biomass conversion project for the University of Wisconsin


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Written by Mariela Corrales

January 19, 2012 at 7:21 pm

Posted in Engineers