Global real estate brokerage Cushman & Wakefield has acquired Irving-based EnSite Solutions to help bolster its data center, telecom and health care capabilities.
The North Texas firm is a leading provider for maintenance and repair work for heating and air conditioning units, fire protection equipment and cost-effective maintenance of critical facilities, which include data centers, telecommunications and health care facilities.
“Strategically, EnSite Solutions’ technology and mission-critical specialists position us to better serve clients across North America with cost-effective maintenance programs for critical facilities,” said Colette Temmink, executive managing director of the firm’s integrated facilities management division, in a statement.
Cushman & Wakefield’s Chief Executive overseeing global occupier services’ Steve Quick said in the long run EnSite’s technology would help the firm create a more robust service platform.
In this, Ensite’s Founder and President Toby Thomas will be named Cushman & Wakefield’s senior managing director of critical environments. He — and the firm’s employees — will join the real estate brokerage firm in Dallas.
The seven-year-old company has grown rapidly over the last four years with the mushrooming demand for data center space and health care space. Terms of the acquisition were not immediately available Thursday.
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