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Dallas-based Trinity Consultants has acquired Waid Environmental, an Austin-based engineering and environmental services firm specializing in air quality, emissions control, permitting, and compliance.

Trinity is a global environmental consulting firm providing services and solutions in the EHS (environmental, health, and safety) regulatory compliance, built environment, life sciences, and water and ecology markets. Financial details were not released.

“Waid shares our ambition and promise to deliver project excellence, with a culture of responsiveness, quality, and value, ensuring that our people have the technical capabilities and expertise needed to quickly solve the most complex environmental challenges,” Shishir Mohan, Trinity Consultants’ managing director of the Gulf/South region, said in a statement. “We are excited about the cultural synergies presented by their highly experienced staff and strong client base, and delighted to welcome the Waid team to the Trinity family.”

Founded 1978, Waid helps lead clients through an increasingly complex environmental landscape by developing and expediting permitting strategies and reviews, helping resolve compliance issues, providing comprehensive solutions to environmental challenges and on-site support, reducing liabilities by identifying potential noncompliant situations, and maximizing and automating compliance management procedures.

Trinity, which announced the acquisition in October, said it will further strengthen its position as a market leader in the EHS space.

Trinity said that the Waid leadership team, including President and Principal Engineer Jason Graves, will stay in place and the teams will merge their offices in both Houston and Austin.

“We’re thrilled to join forces with a global environmental consulting firm that will build on and extend our ability to help clients navigate the highly complex regulatory landscape and deploy and execute solutions to their most complicated air quality challenges,” Graves said in a statement. “This partnership allows us to provide high-impact, high-value services and the technical rigor we’re known for, on a larger scale.”

Waid Environmental (formerly Waid and Associates) is an engineering and environmental services firm with clients across the nation. It specializes in air quality services, including emissions control, permitting, and compliance as well as wastewater and environmental information management.

Trinity Consultants said that Waid’s insight on environmental rules and interpretations, upcoming trends in environmental compliance, and experienced technical staff provides economical, high-quality, timely, and comprehensive solutions to environmental requirements.

Founded in 1974, Trinity Consultants said it has the technical expertise, industry depth, and capabilities to help clients achieve their goals across the natural and built environments.

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