(Mobile, AL) – Hargrove has acquired interest in TC North America S.A. de C.V., Tecnoconsult’s Mexican subsidiary, jointly owned with Saldivar Engineering. With the incorporation of a third partner, the company name will change to Tecnohargrove and will continue to be based in Monterrey, Mexico, serving the Mexican market, as well as Tecnoconsult and Hargrove clients in other countries.
After several years of a close relationship, in which Hargrove Engineers + Constructors has teamed with Tecnoconsult Inc., an engineering company headquartered in Miami, to support projects for US-based clients, both companies have agreed to join forces in a partnership that will ensure top quality as well as world-class engineering and project management services for years to come. Based in Monterrey, Mexico, this office will serve as Hargrove’s 16th full-service operation, and first international base.
Tecnohargrove will bring together 80 years of combined experience in the successful completion of thousands of projects for the hydrocarbon, petrochemical, power, infrastructure, manufacturing, and industrial sectors, that will provide best-in-class services at the most competitive rates.
“What we build best are relationships, and I have no doubt this relationship with Tecnoconsult will lead to mutual and sustained success for both groups, as well as our clients,” said Ralph A. Hargrove, President and CEO of Hargrove Engineers + Constructors. “We’re proud to continue to show up for our clients in the ways that they need and to remain the Right People in the Right Place at the Right Time™.”
Equally, Mr. Tony Marzuka, President of Tecnoconsult’s Board, said “This partnership brings together both companies’ vast experience accumulated over many years in a variety of sectors, and the synergy generated will undoubtedly be of great benefit to their respective clients and all other stakeholders.”
Tecnoconsult, established in 1967, has extensive experience in North America, Latin America and the Caribbean, and has operated its Mexican subsidiary in Monterrey for the past five years.