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MacAulay-Brown Buys National Security Provider Commonwealth Technology

acquisitionMacAulay-Brown Inc. has bought Commonwealth Technology Inc., a provider of national security products and engineering services.

Commonwealth Technology will operate within MacB’s national security business unit that is led by Mark Chadason, group senior vice president and general manager, MacB said Monday.

Chadason said MacB intends for the acquisition to build up its logistics and engineering offerings for national security customers.

CTI’s mechanical engineering and prototyping systems and product development platform will be integrated into MacAulay-Brown’s technology portfolio.

MacB will also absorb CTI’s mechanical, electrical and software engineering staff.

Blank Rome LLP served as MacAulay-Brown’s counsel for the transaction.

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