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Murraysmith and Quincy Engineering Merge Practices

May 14, 2019

We are excited to unite our expertise and geographic footprint with Murraysmith to craft communities throughout the western U.S.

For 2019, both Murraysmith and Quincy Engineering will operate under our respective names and will continue to provide high-quality engineering expertise to our clients. With a team of 300 people in 17 offices, the merger also provides boundless opportunities for our team members to grow their careers and deepen their expertise.

Murraysmith + Quincy Engineering Locations

Murraysmith specializes in water, wastewater, and transportation – the perfect complement to our transportation and bridge design, water/wastewater engineering, and construction management expertise. Their significant presence in the Pacific Northwest balances ours in California. Together, we’ve got the western U.S. covered.

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“I'm so excited to merge with a firm that holds a similar mission. The Quincy Engineering and Murraysmith teams have been collaborating for nearly 10 years, and we're excited to be moving forward together," said Murraysmith President and CEO Chris Rayasam, who serves as CEO of the merged company. As part of the merger, Quincy Engineering President and CEO John Quincy, PE, will be able to do more of what he loves – engineering safe, landmark bridges and transportation infrastructure in the communities we serve. As a vice president of the merged company, John will see that both firms continue to provide the highest level of service to our public agency clients, while mentoring staff along the way.

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About Murraysmith

Founded in 1980, Murraysmith is a public infrastructure engineering firm crafting the communities they live in. The firm is large enough to employ diverse talent to solve their clients’ biggest challenges, yet small enough to genuinely care. Personally invested in a clients’ success, Murraysmith works as an extension of a public agency’s staff to help communities prosper. For more information, visit

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