EN Engineering acquires Indiana-based Spectrum Engineering

 
Posted8/2/2021 2:22 PM

WARRENVILLE -- EN Engineering, a national engineering, consulting and automation services firm, Monday said it has acquired Spectrum Engineering Corp., an engineering firm based out of Auburn, Indiana. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

With this acquisition, EN Engineering, headquartered in Warrenville, will build upon its strong position in the electric power and gas utility markets with added presence in Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Missouri and other surrounding states, the company said.

 

Spectrum Engineering's strengths will also add to EN's growing communications engineering platform through the addition of Spectrum's fiber optic, data center and telecom services.

"We are very excited to expand EN's transmission and substation engineering, protection and controls, and SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) services for utilities," said Steve Knowles, CEO of EN Engineering. "Spectrum Engineering's solid reputation for excellence and integrity aligns well with the vision and values we hold at EN. The company will fit very well with our team and will expand EN's capabilities, geographic presence, and customer base."

Throughout the years, Spectrum Engineering has increased its communications engineering design services, designed relays communicated by fiber optics, and invented an advanced SCADA system called Utility Management Sentinel. Spectrum has a rich history of valuable partnerships, groundbreaking projects, and recently trained staff to utilize big data and informatics, EN said.

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