Mason & Hanger acquires Hankins & Anderson

Mason & Hanger has purchased architectural and engineering firm Hankins & Anderson (H&A), the company said.

The company will expand its services and geographies to include H&A´s 200-person Architecture and Engineering (A/E) firm with offices in Richmond, Virginia Beach, and Woodbridge, Virginia, while building upon the firm´s global footprint under the legacy of Mason & Hanger.

Mason & Hanger, a Day & Zimmermann Company, was founded in 1827 as a railroad-engineering and construction firm originally headquartered in Virginia and as the United States Government expanded territory, projects moved westward — the company relocated in the 1870´s to its present location. It is a member of the American Council of Engineering Companies serving the US Army, US Navy, US Air Force, US Marines, US Army Reserve, US Air Force Reserve, US Marines Reserve, National Guard and Department of Homeland Security.

Hankins & Anderson (H&A) is a 200-person architecture and engineering (A/E) firm specializing in the worldwide design of secure, mission critical facilities for the federal government. H&A clients include the Department of Defense, FBI, GSA, Department of Homeland Security, Department of State, and Department of Energy, among many other government agencies.