QLH, a Florida engineering firm, joined Mead & Hunt, one of the premier architectural-engineering consulting firms in the nation, on July 1.
“Our strategic vision to grow similar types of initiatives made this the perfect fit for both companies,” said Brad Blais, previously President of QLH and now Market Leader. “Mead & Hunt shares QLH’s values in our approach to client service and enhanced opportunities for employees. This merger will give our current and future QLH clients expanded service offerings while still receiving the quality and personalized service they’ve come to expect from us.”
QLH is a well-established water resources consulting firm based in Port Orange, Florida. QLH’s roots began in the municipal engineering sector during the 1960s and the firm continues to have a strong public agency client base throughout central Florida. The firm pioneered wastewater treatment and reclaimed water technology, and currently provides public facility and utility design, contract administration, construction inspection, and funding and grant services. This merger will enable expansion of the Port Orange office and serve as a hub for future Florida office locations.