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Pasadena, Calif.-headquartered Tetra Tech Inc., a provider of consulting, engineering and technical services, has acquired The Delaney Group, a New York-based planning and development services firm with wind energy expertise.

According to the companies, Tetra Tech is currently involved in environmental permitting for wind energy projects. However, the acquisition of The Delaney Group will expand the company's wind services.

"This acquisition allows us to become a full-service provider to our current and prospective wind energy clients," says Dan Batrack, Tetra Tech's chief executive officer.

Tim Delaney, The Delaney Group's president, adds, "We are delighted to join Tetra Tech to help build its wind energy practice, including its program management and engineering design capabilities."


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