ICF Renames Aviation Consulting Subsidiary SH&E; Sergio Ostria Comments

ICF InternationalICF International has renamed its business unit that offers consulting services in the aviation and aerospace markets as part of the firm’s rebranding strategy.

The company announced Monday that its SH&E subsidiary has adopted the “ICF International” brand in a move to better reflect the collaborative work of the parent company and the unit.

“This change will support continued development and success for ICF’s more than 4,500 employees, resulting in more opportunity to address challenging aviation and aerospace issues around the globe,” said Sergio Ostria, ICF International executive vice president.

The integrated portfolio aims to help clients with their data management, emergency preparedness, sustainability, human capital, communications, program management and marketing programs.

SH&E was formed through ICF’s purchase of Simat, Helliesen & Eichner Inc. in 2007.

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