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Renaissance to Advise Horne International Inc. in New Strategy

Washington D.C. firms Horne International Inc. and Renaissance Strategic Advisors have joined together in order to re-focus Horne’s strategy. Horne International has just completed a two-year internal restructure and is interested in gearing themselves towards the engineering services market with a particular focus on a strong environmental, energy and security component.

The motivation behind Horne’s re-direction is largely in response to the U.S. government’s focus on energy and infrastructure renewal, evidenced by passing the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act which set aside $60 billion in federal funds for green federal buildings, construction, and job training programs; local renewable energy and clean energy investment.

Darryl K. Horne, President and CEO of Horne International, Inc., said, “We are very excited about our partnership with Renaissance Strategic Advisors. Environmental Engineering and Energy are two areas of long-term and dynamic growth on a global basis. With the advice and guidance of Renaissance Strategic Partners, Horne is poised for a strong re-entry into the federal and commercial marketplace.”

“We are very pleased to be working with Darryl Horne and Horne International. The firm has a long legacy in the technical engineering services market and proven ability to undertake complex projects where engineering, environmental, security and project management expertise is critical. We see them as a firm with more opportunities than bandwidth and the potential for growth, ” added Pierre Chao, Renaissance Strategic Advisors Managing Partner and co-founder.

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