International technology consulting and engineering firm Ross & Baruzzini has acquired Houston-based Genesis Planning, a medical equipment planning and consulting concern. Financial terms were not disclosed. The strategic acquisition is the sixth consummated by Ross & Baruzzini since 2016.

Since 1990, Genesis has provided planning expertise to national and international clients, ranging from physician groups to private, federal and multi-organizational healthcare systems and academic medical centers. The combined client list of Mitchell and Genesis includes: The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center; Cleveland Clinic; The Mount Sinai Hospital; Memorial Hermann Health System; Houston Methodist Hospital; Mayo Clinic; Jackson Health System; and the Medical University of South Carolina.

Genesis  will become a division of Ross & Baruzzini. Bob Nimon, managing principal of Genesis,  William H. Overturf, III, Ross & Baruzzini president and Scott Vinson, Mitchell Planning managing principal will collaborate to integrate Genesis with Mitchell and into the Ross & Baruzzini organization. Genesis and its 37 employees will continue to operate out of its office in Houston, as well as other U.S. and international locations.