PKF's West Midlands' corporate finance team is celebrating a hat-trick of deals signed in the same week.
It has advised on the RPS acquisition of US-based Scotia Group; BHSF's acquisition of Forrester Health; and Burdens' purchase of Atam Services.
Birmingham-based corporate finance partner Malcolm Cook said: "This was the culmination of many months of hard work and we are delighted to have assisted in what are important strategic acquisitions for each of these companies."
RPS, a global group based in Abingdon in Oxfordshire, acquired Scotia through its Energy division and will pay a maximum £2.9 million. Scotia was established in 1981 and provides consultancy services to the oil and gas industry from its bases in Houston and Dallas, Texas.
In its latest financial year to December 31, 2006, Scotia had a turnover of £4.2 million with profits before tax of £800,000.
RPS is an international consultancy providing advice on the development of natural resources, land and property, the management of the environment and the health and safety of people. The company is listed on the London Stock Exchange and trades in the UK, Eire, the Netherlands, North America and Australia, as well as undertaking projects in many other parts of the world.
BHSF, advised by PKF, has acquired Forester Health for an undisclosed sum.
BHSF, a not-for-profit company, can trace its roots back to the formation of the Birmingham Hospital Saturday Fund in 1873 and currently insures some 330,000 people through 210,000 policies. Gareth Griffiths of Birmingham law firm Needham& James and Mr Cook, advised BHSF on the deal.
Forester Health provides health cash plans and physiotherapy insurance to 53,000 policyholders.
Mr Cook said: "This acquisition is the second such deal for BHSF and the company has plans to grow further in this way, or through mergers."
Burdens is the UK's leading supplier of civil engineering and building materials to the infrastructure, environmental and industrial markets. Burdens product range spans more than 18,000 lines, from gas and water pipelines to environmental-management systems such as rainwater harvesting.
Burdens provide service and support from a national network of over 50 specialist distribution depots covering the UK and Ireland.
The company, advised by PKF in Birmingham and David Adie of law firm Adie Hunter in Glasgow, has acquired Atam Services, of Oban in Scotland, for an undisclosed sum.
Atam Services is involved in tool hire, sales and repairs.
Commenting on the three deals Mr Cook said: "PKF is now seen as one of the leading mergers and acquisition specialists, advising a wide range of companies on identifying and succesfully completing corporate acquisitions.
"We have completed over 50 acquisitions in the UK and overseas in the last few years demonstrating our substantial knowledge and expertise in this important area and contributing to the growth of the UK economy."