Pye-Barker Fire & Safety Acquires Integrated Security Group (ISG)
Acquisition facilitated by Kelly Bond of Davis Mergers & Acquisitions Group
September 9, 2022 , Long Grove, IL – Pye-Barker Fire & Safety has acquired Middletown, Conn.-based Integrated Security Group (ISG) for undisclosed terms.
As part of Pye-Barker’s growing alarms division, ISG will help the company expand its Northeast footprint to serve additional customers within Connecticut and the surrounding markets.
ISG specializes in designing, installing, monitoring and servicing fire alarms, intrusion alarms, video surveillance and access control systems for customers in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and greater New England. Founded in 1984, ISG operates with the largest team of highly qualified technicians in the region, according to an announcement. The company serves a broad grouping of industries including banking, government, healthcare and education.
“The Pye-Barker team truly understands our business and growth initiatives. My team has always been my number one concern and Pye-Barker has shown that it is the best fit, offering my team infinite opportunities to advance their careers,” said John McKenna, vice president, ISG. “I look forward to growing our business together.”
“ISG has a great reputation in the industry thanks to its knowledgeable and innovative team in security and life safety,” said Bart Proctor, CEO of Pye-Barker. “We’re thrilled to have ISG join the Pye-Barker team.”
“I have visited numerous life safety businesses and I’m proud to say ISG is one of the best I have ever seen,” added Eric Garner who leads Pye-Barker’s alarm division. “John is a great friend and I look forward to working together to expand his already excellent operation.”
ISG’s leadership, including McKenna, and its staff of security professionals will continue to serve new and existing customers.
The ISG transaction follows Pye-Barker’s recent deal for Briscoe Protective in New York.
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Davis Mergers and Acquisitions Group represented ISG in the transaction.