Alliant Networks acquires 4G Underground Construction
Alliant Networks, a US telecommunications construction and integration company, has wrapped up the acquisition of 4G Underground Construction, a civil engineering company engaged in underground boring, excavation, and utility services.
Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Alliant Networks is a multi-licensed general engineering contractor, which carries out a full lifecycle of communication services for public and private infrastructure providers.
According to Alliant Networks, the acquisition of the California-based 4G Underground Construction increases its ability further in taking part in the 5G network upgrade, which will enable the company to provide additional critical services to tower owners and its major end customers such as AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and DISH Network.
John Kelly – President and CEO of Alliant Networks said: “The combination of our complementary services and experience will provide our customers with a simpler and more cost-effective approach. By keeping it simple and adding to our current in-house capabilities, Alliant Networks will manage the overall end-to-end quality and delivery of our builds.”
Alliant Networks said that it will continue to support the existing contracts and customers of 4G Underground Construction, while making use of its reputation and experience to offer end-to-end services to its existing customers.
Jeremy Noland – Vice President of Operations for Alliant Networks said: “This acquisition is also expected to result in greater efficiencies and significantly increase our market share.”