Albuquerque firm, Vibrantcy LLC, joining forces with EEA Consulting Engineers

Albuquerque firm, Vibrantcy LLC, joining forces with EEA Consulting Engineers

Albuquerque, NM   

Release Date: January 2, 2020

Austin-based EEA Consulting Engineers is excited to announce the acquisition of Vibrantcy LLC, a 10-person consulting firm in Albuquerque focused on Commissioning/LEED Consulting/Energy Modeling and MEP design. Through partnerships on previous projects, both firms recognized the enhanced capabilities that unifying would bring to the Albuquerque and surrounding area.

“We feel Vibrantcy will support our mission to provide better service, while also expanding our current Commissioning and Energy Modeling abilities,” stated EEA CEO and President, Todd Schmitt.

EEA has provided services to both public and private sector clients across the nation since 1977. Since 2005, EEA has worked closely with federal government agencies and industrial/manufacturing companies in New Mexico. The Vibrantcy acquisition will allow EEA to expand its project portfolio. Vibrantcy brings expertise in the K-12, healthcare, higher education, and municipality markets. 

Matt Higgins, founder of Vibrantcy and now a Principal with EEA, shared: “I am very excited to be joining EEA, this transition is a huge step for Vibrantcy’s staff, increasing our capabilities and providing a path for sustainable growth. Our hard work over the last six years has built a strong foundation in New Mexico and we plan to make it stronger at EEA.”

For more about EEA Consulting Engineers, please visit our website: www.eeace.com and for help on your next New Mexico project, contact Anthony Duran anthonyduran@eeace.com or Matt Higgins matthiggins@eeace.com.

EEA Consulting Engineers is licensed in all 50 states and the District of Columbia for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineering services, energy conservation, and commissioning services. Since the company’s founding in 1977, the small business has grown from two staff to now more than 80 personnel in three offices in two states to solve more than 5,000 energy-related project problems in the United States, Puerto Rico, Canada, Dominican Republic, Mexico, and Singapore. Facility types include central utility plants, commercial buildings, data centers, government and military, high tech and semiconductor sector, higher education institutions, industrial facilities, pharmaceutical and biotechnology, recreational parks and pools, religious institutions, and retail and senior living clients. EEA is an Austin American Statesman “Top Workplace” and has been a Consulting-Specifying Engineer magazine “MEP Giant” multiple years (a top 100 MEP engineering firm in the USA).

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