Donohue & Associates, Inc. has acquired Ken Herceg & Associates, Inc. of South Bend, Indiana as part of its strategic plan to expand Donohue's services and increase the firm’s presence in northwest Indiana. The newly merged firms are complementary and provide a strong set of engineering services focused on water, wastewater, and wet weather engineering as well as transportation and architectural services.
“This unique partnership combines Donohue & Associates’ multi-disciplinary water services with Ken Herceg & Associates’ noted geographic presence in northwestern Indiana and the South Bend area in particular,” explained Craig Brunner, president of Donohue & Associates. “It also allows us to offer new resources and services to our clients throughout the Midwest such as architectural planning and design with LEED certified staff,” he added.
“This joining of forces builds on our past successful collaborations,” added Ken Herceg. “It allows us to offer a greater breadth of engineering solutions to meet the needs of our state, municipal, and county clients,” Herceg noted.
The newly merged firm will have a staff of over 100 professionals trained in a variety of engineering disciplines. Prior to coming together, the two organizations collaborated on developing engineering solutions for shared clients in the public and private sector.
Headquartered in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, Donohue & Associates, Inc. provides engineering solutions focused on water, wastewater, stormwater and transportation services. Since 2003, the firm has won over 25 state, national and international awards for engineering excellence. Eleven offices are located in Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Minnesota, and Wisconsin with projects throughout the Midwest.
Ken Herceg & Associates was founded by Ken Herceg in 1984 in South Bend and since then has provided a range of civil engineering and architectural services to both public and private sector clients. Herceg & Associates has received many awards, including ENR Midwest’s 2012 Best Transportation Project for the South Bend Regional Airport Concourse A Expansion.