Caliburn International rebrands technology services units
The company split into Acuity International and Valiance Humanitarian
Reston-based federal contractor Caliburn International Corp. has split the company and rebranded its technology services sectors as Acuity International, the company announced Monday.
In April, Caliburn had announced that it would split into two companies: Acuity International and Valiance Humanitarian LLC, the latter of which took Caliburn’s migrant detention-related contracts. At the time, Caliburn expected to complete the separation by Sept. 30.
Thomas J. Campbell, chairman of the board, said in a statement, “Caliburn has reached a pivotal moment in its evolution and growth — rebranding as Acuity International signals the start of new investments in future expansion. With this new brand, Acuity International will emphasize expertise in engineering and technology and be positioned to grow by investing in complementary capabilities.”
Three business practices comprise the new entity: Advanced Technology Solutions, Advanced Medical Solutions and Global Mission Solutions. The Advanced Technology Solutions group will manage operational requirements, including scope, cost, schedule, quality and risk. The Advanced Medical Solutions group will provide workforce health management, occupational medicine and medical readiness and response services. The Global Mission Solutions group will build, run, secure and maintain operations like integrated logistics, base operations, security solutions and munitions response and mine action.
Caliburn International was formed in 2018 as a conglomerate of federal contracting businesses owned by DC Capital Partners.