Morrison Hershfield, CCG Facilities Integration Announce Merger
The transaction will aim to create more powerful mission critical facilities operations and data center services offerings
TORONTO — Morrison Hershfield and CCG Facilities Integration Inc. announced an agreement to merge operations.
Morrison Hershfield and CCG Facilities Integration deliver mechanical and electrical engineering as well as other professional services for mission critical environments.
“We tell our clients that the only thing more reliable than us will be your data center,” said Anthony Karakatsanis, president and CEO of Morrison Hershfield. “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.”
Bruce Edwards, president, CCG, said the firm now has the size and scale necessary to deliver a full-suite of services to a large clientele of clients.
“This increases our bench strength as well as our ability to offer an enviable list of key services,” he said.
The merger closed Dec. 31, 2018, and became effective Jan. 1. CCG will now operate as CCG, a Morrison Hershfield Co.