Electronic Data, Inc. (EDI) is proud to announce that it has entered into an agreement in connection with being acquired by Arora Engineers, Inc. (Arora), an engineering, program/construction management, and facilities management services firm that specializes in mechanical, electrical, plumbing (MEP), fire/life safety, special systems, and geospatial technologies located in Chadds Ford, PA.
Electronic Data, Inc. (EDI) is a full service consulting and technology firm that specializes in Maintenance, Asset and Facility Life Cycles, and the business processes and software that support them. Helping organizations implement RCM, Root Cause Analysis, and risk-based maintenance strategies, EDI has emerged as the authority in the implementation of IBM Maximo in a variety of industries including Aviation, Transportation, Life Sciences, Water/Wastewater to name a few. EDI is also expert in implementing effective Real Estate, Capital Planning, Leasing, Space Planning, Facility and Condition Assessments, and Energy Management through the industry-leading Integrated Workplace Management System, IBM Tririga. EDI continuously demonstrates the ability to deliver projects on-time and under-budget while significantly improving the performance of Maintenance, IT and Operations at all organizations EDI assists.
Joseph Mahaz, EDI’s President and CEO, explains, “Together, Arora and EDI will provide our clients with real actionable information and offer the highest quality services and solutions to significantly improve the life cycle management in facility and asset operations.”
For over 30 years, Arora has provided engineering, program/construction management, and facilities management services tailored for clients in aviation, transportation, education, government, and commercial sectors. The firm specializes in mechanical, electrical, plumbing (MEP), fire/life safety, special systems, and geospatial technologies. Arora is headquartered in the Philadelphia region with offices in New York, San Jose, Boston, Atlanta, Baltimore, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Nashville, and Fort Lauderdale.
“The acquisition of EDI is the next chapter in ‘Improving the Quality of Life by Rethinking Infrastructure.’ Arora’s portfolio of planning and design, program and construction management, facilities management, information technology, and now asset management allows us to participate in the entire life cycle of an asset, from creation to retirement,” says Manik K. Arora, PE, Arora’s President and CEO. “The Arora-EDI affiliation is an important progression in Arora’s effort to bolster our information technology, facilities management, and geospatial services.”
The acquisition, which is expected to be completed in the second quarter of 2019, is subject to customary closing conditions.