Congruex, a national end-to-end provider of design, engineering, construction, and maintenance services to broadband providers, today announced the acquisition of A&M Communications. The acquisition further cements Congruex’s leading position as one of the nation’s largest telecom engineering and construction firms. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Headquartered in Boring, Oregon, A&M Communications is an end-to-end provider of wireless telecommunications solutions with key service offerings including the installation and maintenance of cell tower equipment. A&M Communications is trusted by customers throughout the Pacific Northwest, Rocky Mountain, and Texas regions, with capabilities that complement Congruex’s growing footprint and expansive platform of broadband network services.
Congruex’s strategic acquisition of A&M Communications is the company’s fourteenth since partnering in 2017 with Crestview Partners, a leading New York-based private equity firm with significant expertise in the cable, telecommunications, and business services industries.
Bill Beans, Congruex’s CEO, said, “Our acquisition of A&M Communications accelerates the extension of our national footprint and enhances our market leadership as a comprehensive broadband services platform. With the support of Bill Sonnabend, Nic Elliot, and the tremendous A&M team, Congruex will be even better equipped to meet the robust and rapidly expanding demand for our critical infrastructure solutions in key markets across the western United States. We look forward to a long-lasting relationship with A&M to capitalize on the significant growth potential ahead.”
“Congruex is the ideal partner for our team as we achieve new heights and drive the best outcomes for our customers,” said Bill Sonnabend and Nic Elliot, founders of A&M Communications. “Our organizations share similar visions and we’re excited to scale our reach and services as part of the best-in-class Congruex platform.”
Sonnabend will continue to serve as A&M’s President & CEO. Prior to co-founding A&M, he served as the Vice President of Operations at Mycom North America for 11 years. He also worked for Bechtel and Alcatel Lucent.