TORONTO — Toronto-based Morrison Hershfield Group, Inc. and CCG Facilities Integration Incorporated based in Baltimore, Md. have announced an agreement to merge operations.
The firms are both active in the mechanical and electrical services sector among others. A Jan. 3 release said the new partnership will create a stronger “North American footprint and a diverse team, adding to their collective ability to offer a wider range and depth of services.”
The merger closed Dec. 31 and effective Jan. 1, CCG began operating as CCG, a Morrison Hershfield Company.
“We tell our clients that the only thing more reliable than us will be your data centre,” said Anthony Karakatsanis, president and CEO of Morrison Hershfield, in the statement. “We pride ourselves on delivering anytime, anywhere and on building trust in our relationships. As we’ve increased our focus on the mission critical market, we’ve seen that CCG has the same commitment and reputation. This merger is a perfect technical and cultural match for our employees and clients, and I am very proud to have CCG join our firm.”
“We now have the size and scale necessary to deliver a full suite of services to the industry’s largest and most interesting clients,” said Bruce Edwards, president of CCG. “This increases our bench strength as well as our ability to offer an enviable list of key services. We are creating the pre-eminent mission critical facilities team in North America.”
Founded in 1946, Morrison Hershfield is employee-owned and has over 1,000 employees and offices throughout Canada and the U.S. CCG was founded in 1992.