Tampa, FL (November 14, 2019)
Madrid Engineering Group, Inc. (Madrid) and Cribb, Philbeck, Weaver Group, Inc. (CPWG) announce their formal merger effective November 1st. In order to honor both brands, the company’s new name is Madrid CPWG. Madrid CPWG has a twenty-seven (27) year history with an outstanding reputation of providing a broad set of civil engineering services to private, federal, state and municipal clients across the United States and internationally.
“I cannot tell you how pleased I am to be working with Sheila and Steve Tarte, (respectively President, CEO and Co-Founders of CPWG) and their staff,” says Larry Madrid, President and Founder of Madrid. Mr. Madrid, who will serve as Co-Chairman further stated, “We will continue to be registered as a DBE with the FDOT and an MBE with the State of Florida and other agencies. Collectively our firms bring an expansive set of skilled professionals and subject matter experts which will significantly expand our ability to provide leading industry experts in supporting the delivery of our technical services.”
Co-Chairman Sheila Tarte says, “Our firms have nearly identical core values. Our first focus will be taking care of our existing clients while concurrently growing our presence in the markets we serve. This merger will continue Madrid CPWG’s momentum towards the future.”
Madrid CPWG executives expressed their excitement about the opportunity to continue to serve their clients with additional services and technical expertise. Madrid CPWG looks forward to expanding upon recent history serving as a consultant on FDOT projects.
Madrid has completed over 10,000 projects in Florida alone, while enjoying a stellar reputation in geotechnical engineering and construction engineering inspection (CEI). CPWG is a recognized leader in providing diverse engineering services to municipalities and Fortune1000 companies. CPWG provides expertise in civil engineering, stormwater, surveying and mapping, landscape architecture, planning, transportation, construction management and utility engineering, with a particular specialty in undergrounding. Undergrounding is the process of taking overhead utilities such as electric and telecom, and relocating them underground to provide more resilience against hurricanes and extreme weather events.
Madrid CPWG will continue to grow through an aggressive merger and acquisition strategy. Madrid CPWG employs over 100 professionals, with Florida offices in Bartow, Blountstown, Chipley, Jacksonville, Oviedo, St. Pete Beach and Tampa. Other offices are located in Branson, MO and Springdale, AR.
Contact: Jeffrey Schwartz, COO (813) 361-2644