Arlington engineering firm merges with Ala.-based tech company
Millennium Engineering and Integration and QuantiTech join
Arlington-based Millennium Engineering and Integration (MEI) announced last week it has merged with Huntsville, Alabama-based QuantiTech.
Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed, but the combined company will have more than 2,000 employees across more than 20 U.S. locations.
MEI provides systems engineering and integration services for space, defense, cyber, intelligence and aviation customers. QuantiTech provides acquisition, technical and management services to the Department of Defense.
“This combination brings together two companies with an extraordinary depth of talent and expertise in high-end engineering,” QuantiTech Executive Chairman Randy Cash said in a statement. “By strengthening our capabilities in the missile defense, space and intel markets, we will be even better positioned to continue serving the important missions of the U.S. government.”
MEI President and CEO Patrick Murphy will continue to serve in his role with the combined company. Cash will continue to serve as chairman of the board.
KippsDeSanto & Co. served as financial adviser and Miles & Stockbridge served as legal adviser to MEI in the transaction. RBC Capital Markets LLC served as financial adviser and Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP served as legal adviser to QuantiTech.
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