Lincoln-based environmental consultancy company, Delta-Simons Environmental Consultants Ltd, has announced that it has been acquired by environmental services group, Lucion Services.
Lucion Services, which has been backed by private equity investor Palatine Private Equity, is headquartered in Gateshead, and has regional offices across the UK, including Cardiff, Glasgow, Northern Ireland, North Wales, N & S Yorkshire, Cheshire, Leicestershire, Hertfordshire, Surrey and Midlands.
Delta-Simons operates from a head office in Lincoln and has offices across the UK in Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds, London, Manchester, Newcastle, Norwich, Nottingham and internationally in Dublin.
CEO of Lucion Services Philip Rozier commented:
“I am delighted to welcome the people of Delta-Simons into the Lucion Group.”
“We have long admired the quality and service levels provided by D-S and together we can widen and improve our service offering and share best practices both internally and externally to our existing and potential client groups.”
Alex Ferguson, Managing Director of Delta-Simons, will join the executive board of the enlarged Lucion Group.
“Lucion is the perfect home for Delta-Simons at this stage in our evolution.”
“We join a strong and established technical business with complementary clients and services and can benefit significantly from Lucion’s proprietary software and management systems.
“Together with Lucion, we will offer an unrivalled, market leading UK operation with a global reach through the Inogen Alliance, a global network of over 5,000 environmental specialists.”
Kieran Lawton, Senior Investment Director at Palatine Private Equity added: “We are delighted to have completed this strategically-important transaction and welcome Alex and his entire team to Lucion.
“With both Lucion and Delta-Simons working to make the world a cleaner and safer place it is clear both share our deep commitment to the ESG agenda.
“Palatine will continue to support Lucion’s growth and invest further as it looks to build on this latest acquisition.”