Leaf Communications, a Houston-based provider of integrated end-to-end telecom services including real estate and site acquisition services, engineering, construction management, construction, deployment and support, will combine forces with CelTeq-HPC through an acquisition. A communications company, CelTeq-HPC focuses on cellular connectivity, Wi-Fi communications and first-responder systems, according to a statement from Leaf. The acquisition will support increased demand for the Leaf’s services on the East Coast, the statement reads.
This acquisition is the latest in a series of expansions that included Leaf’s opening an office in Houston. The acquisition extends Leaf’s reach, supports major contracts and meets a demand an East Coast integrator, the statement reads. Information from the company said that Leaf specializes in small cell, DAS and ERRCS systems.
“We believe that this is the first of many M&A moves by Leaf Communications on our road to becoming the largest and best wireless engineering and construction company in the nation,” said Dan Leaf, CEO and president of Leaf Communications. “We’ve established a strong reputation in the industry with key players along the West Coast and throughout the United States, and this acquisition will continue to fuel our high-growth and continued positive reputation as we further saturate the East.”
Demand for Leaf’s one-stop integrated service model has skyrocketed, according to the statement. “The merger gives a permanent home-base to Leaf’s road-teams that have been supporting East Coast projects and provisions the resources required for continued rapid growth,” the statement reads.
Robert Taylor, CEO of CelTeq-HPC, said that Leaf’s reputation speaks for itself. He said that Leaf brings expertise and the highest level of quality and service to any market it enters. “We are thrilled to join forces for continued success and believe that our newly combined footprint and the ability to extend Leaf’s robust portfolio of services to our East Coast clients is a complete win-win,” Taylor said.
Source: Leaf Communications