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May 05, 2015 3:53 PM ET

Construction and Engineering

Company Overview of The Atkins North America Holdings Corporation

Company Overview

The Atkins North America Holdings Corporation, together with its subsidiaries, operates as an employee-owned professional services organization that provides program management, planning, design, and construction management services to various public and private sector clients. It operates through two business segments, Consulting Services and Construction Management. The Consulting Services segment provides various design and related consulting services, including program management, construction management, planning, surveying, geographic information systems, environmental assessments, engineering design, architectural and interior design, site assessment, and regulatory compliance. The Co...

4030 West Boy Scout Boulevard

Suite 700

Tampa, FL 33607

United States

Founded in 1960

3,400 Employees

Phone:

813-282-7275

Fax:

813-282-9767

Key Executives for The Atkins North America Holdings Corporation

The Atkins North America Holdings Corporation does not have any Key Executives recorded.

The Atkins North America Holdings Corporation Key Developments

The Securities and Exchange Commission Charges The PBSJ Corporation with FCPA Violations

The Securities and Exchange Commission charged a former officer at The PBSJ Corporation with violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) by offering and authorizing bribes and employment to foreign officials to secure Qatari government contracts. The SEC also announced a deferred prosecution agreement (DPA) with The PBSJ Corporation that defers FCPA charges for a period of two years and requires the company to comply with certain undertakings. PBSJ must immediately pay $3.4 million in financial remedies as part of the agreement, which reflects the company's significant cooperation with the SEC investigation. An SEC investigation found that Walid Hatoum, who has agreed to settle the SEC's charges, offered to funnel funds to a local company owned and controlled by a foreign official in order to secure two multi-million Qatari government contracts for PBSJ in 2009. The foreign official subsequently provided Hatoum and PBSJ's international subsidiary with access to confidential sealed-bid and pricing information that enabled the PBSJ subsidiary to tender winning bids for a hotel resort development project in Morocco and a light rail transit project in Qatar. SEC's order instituting a settled administrative proceeding against Hatoum, he also offered employment to a second foreign official in return for assistance as the bribery scheme began to unravel and PBSJ lost the hotel resort contract. Even though the bribes themselves were not consummated before the scheme was uncovered by the company, PBSJ earned approximately $2.9 million in illicit profits because it continued work on the light rail project until a replacement company could be found. Under the DPA, PBSJ agreed to pay disgorgement and interest of $3,032,875 and a penalty of $375,000. PBSJ took quick steps to end the misconduct after self-reporting to the SEC, and the company voluntarily made witnesses available for interviews and provided factual chronologies, timelines, internal summaries, and full forensic images to cooperate with the SEC's investigation. The SEC's order against Hatoum finds that he violated the anti-bribery, internal accounting controls, books and records, and false records provisions of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Without admitting or denying the findings, Hatoum agreed to pay a penalty of $50,000.

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