McLean-based Alion completes acquisition of MacAulay-Brown Inc.
McLean-based Alion Science and Technology Corp. has completed its acquisition of MacAulay-Brown Inc.
MacAulay-Brown provides complex engineering and mission-critical technology solutions and services to Department of Defense and intelligence community customers. It is based in Dayton, Ohio and has its national capital headquarters in Vienna.
Financial details of the deal, which was announced Aug. 2, were not disclosed.
Alion expects the acquisition to strengthen its technology and engineering capabilities and deepen customer relationships.
“MacB’s offerings are truly differentiated in the government contractor market, and through this acquisition we strengthen our inroads into emerging technologies in electronic warfare, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity and cloud solutions,” Steve Schorer, Alion’s president and CEO, said in a statement.
Alion is a portfolio company of Veritas Capital, a private-equity firm.
KippsDeSanto & Co. served as an adviser and Blank Rome LLP served as legal adviser to MacAulay-Brown.
Macquarie Capital served as financial adviser and Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP served as legal adviser to Alion in the transaction.