Infrastructure provider, Opus International Consultants has released its financial results for the six months ending 30 June 2008.
Opus International Consultants Ltd announced today that it has acquired Project Engineering Ltd, an engineering consultancy in Fredericton, New Brunswick, on the eastern seaboard of Canada.
The first Annual Meeting of Shareholders since Opus International Consultants was listed on the New Zealand Stock Exchange was held today in Wellington.
At today’s inaugural Annual Meeting since listing on the New Zealand Stock Exchange in October last year, global infrastructure services provider, Opus International Consultants’ Chairman, Basil Logan, said the Board was pleased with the year end results for 2007 and that he is confident that the company is on track to achieve its forecasted results for 2008.
Opus International Consultants will hold its first AGM for shareholders since listing on the New Zealand Stock Exchange in October last year, on 16 April in Wellington.
Opus International Consultants, the New Zealand based, global infrastructure consultancy announced today that it has acquired the UK based engineering consultancy, Joynes Pike Group Ltd. This acquisition will add 170 staff and 9 offices and will bring the number of Opus employees in the UK to 370 operating from 17 offices spread throughout England and Wales.
Opus International Consultants’ (Opus) chairman, Basil Logan, announced today he would be stepping down as chairman and director on the 31 August 2008. It is intended Mr Logan be succeeded as Chairman by Kerry McDonald, who was elected Deputy Chairman in August 2007.
Opus International Consultants Limited (Opus) has reported a 17.4% increase in revenue to $296 million, exceeding its forecast by $15.4 million, or 5.5%, for 2007.
Opus International Consultants Limited will commence trading on the New Zealand Stock Market at 11am tomorrow (30 October) following very strong support for its share offer from both institutional and retail investors, and also from Opus employees.
Opus International Consultants Ltd is expected to debut on the stock exchange successfully tomorrow because it operates in a popular infrastructure and engineering sector and because it didn't sell many shares. There was no public pool in the initial public share offer and most of the shares went to institutions and organising brokers First NZ Capital and Macquarie.