Radiation Safety & Control Services acquired by Allied Power Holdings


Allied Power Holdings, a US-based provider of power plant services, has acquired Radiation Safety & Control Services (RSCS), which caters to the nuclear power industry with project management, technical and laboratory services.

The financial terms of the deal were not revealed.

Allied Power Holdings offers routine maintenance, capital construction and specialized support, and outage services and management for power plants across the asset life cycle across the US.

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The company was acquired by Bernhard Capital Partners in late 2020.

Jay Tarzia — Radiation Safety & Control Services Principal and Executive Director said: “We share a deep commitment with the Allied team to provide efficient, quality radiological services to an expanding customer base, which makes this transaction a natural fit for our business.

“The added scale and offerings will provide our employees and customers with significant long-term opportunities, and we are excited to partner with the Allied and Bernhard teams.”

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Radiation Safety & Control Services has been providing radiological and environmental services and nuclear site staffing services for over 30 years to industries and government agencies in the US.

The company with its proprietary laboratory services and radiation monitoring products is expected to help Allied Power Holdings to grow its relationships with customers, while allowing it to simultaneously tap into the growing market for decommissioning of nuclear plants and radiation monitoring services.

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Ron McCall —Allied Power Holdings CEO said: “RSCS’s proprietary products and best-in-class monitoring and technician services will enable us to capitalize on new contract opportunities, enhance the on-site and supportive offerings we provide to our nuclear facility clients and maximize significant tailwinds in the decommissioning space.”

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