SSOE Divests Telecommunication Business

TOLEDO, Ohio, November 5, 2018 – SSOE Group (, a global architecture, engineering, and construction management firm, announced today the closing of a deal to sell their Telecom business to Maser Consulting. SSOE has identified plans to significantly grow their Healthcare practice and today’s sale provides both the focus of resources and funds necessary to invest in those plans. Healthcare has become a significant area of expertise for SSOE.

Asked to comment, SSOE’s CEO Bob Howell outlined significant growth plans, “As we continue to invest in our Healthcare practice, SSOE will not only be able to provide the latest technological solutions for our clients, but we will continue to hire subject-matter experts and increase our bench strength.”

SSOE has been ranked a “Top Healthcare Design Firm” by Modern Healthcare for the last six years with expertise ranging from hospital renovations and expansions to long-term care facilities, and surgery and oncology centers. They designed the world’s first MRI-guided radiation therapy system and their experts have been published in Health Facilities Today, Health Facilities Management, and Medical Construction & Design.

About SSOE Group

As a Top 10 Engineering / Architecture firm for the past 7 years (BD+C), SSOE focuses on delivering Great Client Service to clients through a full range of project delivery solutions. They have been named a "Great Workplace" (Great Place to Work®) and one of the "Best AEC Firms to Work For" (BD+C).

With more than 20 offices around the world, SSOE is known for making its clients successful by saving them time, trouble, and money. Over the company's 70-year history, it has earned a reputation for providing quality project solutions to semiconductor, automotive, food, chemical, glass, manufacturing, healthcare, power, and general building industries—with projects completed in 40 countries. Visit for additional information and career opportunities.

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