Name change for Davis Langdon & Seah
Arcadis has annouced that its Asian cost and project management consultancy subsidiary Davis Langdon & Seah is changing its name to Langdon & Seah effective today.
The name change reflects the departure from the Davis Langdon group of companies resulting in the recent merger with Arcadis. Langdon & Seah merged with Arcadis early last month.
Langdon & Seah was founded in Singapore in 1934 and has close to 3,000 people working from 37 office locations in mainland China, Hong Kong/Macau and other parts of Asia. The company holds the #1 or #2 market position in its field of activities in all countries where it operates.
Stephanie Hottenhuis, Arcadis executive board member responsible for Asia said: “The merger with Langdon & Seah has provided us with a strong platform for growth with ample opportunities for synergies in one of the most dynamic regions in the world. The current name change will allow us to maintain the rich history of Langdon & Seah and its long track record of success in Asia. At the same time we are forging ahead to drive the synergies that we believe can strongly benefit our clients.”
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This article was published on 18 May 2012 (last updated on 18 May 2012).