GAI acquires Orlando landscape design firm
GAI Consultants Inc. said Thursday it acquired Bellomo-Herbert and Co. Inc. of Orlando, to broaden its landscape architectural talent.
The Homestead-based engineering and environmental consulting company didn't disclose the value of the deal, its fourth acquisition this year.
BH specializes in designing various types of parks, environmental learning centers and streetscapes. The company will operate at Bellomo-Herbert, A GAI Company, and later this year it will relocate its staff to The GAI Building in Orlando. GAI has more than tripled its domestic presence in the last decade, and now has 26 offices.
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