Haynes and Boone advised TRP on the deal
Jensen Hughes, the global leader in safety, security and risk-based engineering and consulting, announced today the acquisition of Technical Response Planning Corporation (‘TRP’), a market leader and pioneer in emergency management and business continuity planning software and consulting mainly for the Power, Oil & Gas industry and more recently the automotive, manufacturing and transportation industries.
Following the acquisition of Russell Phillips & Associates (RPA) in 2017, Jensen Hughes continues to make strategic acquisitions in the safety-related fields, specifically emergency management and planning services.
TRP has revolutionized emergency planning and response by providing a cloud-based SaaS platform. TRP’s software products SMARTPLAN™ and SMARTRESPONSE™ are used by large, blue-chip, multi-facility clients in the Oil & Gas, Manufacturing and Energy sectors to efficiently manage their emergency plans, responses, and compliance requirements.
Headquartered in Houston, TRP was founded in 1995 by Steve Bassine as an opportunity to provide innovative response planning to the Oil & Gas industry in which he had spent most of his career. The company serves over 50 accounts globally, including Chevron and BP, and continues to grow.
Haynes and Boone advised TRP with a team led by George Y. Gonzalez (Picture).
Involved fees earner: George Gonzalez – Haynes and Boone;
Law Firms: Haynes and Boone;
Clients: Technical Response Planning Corp. ;