Boston-based Vanderweil Engineers recently announced the acquisition of CCR Pyramid, Waltham, Mass., a 20-person consulting practice that specializes in technology infrastructure, audiovisual, CCTV, and security design. CCR Pyramid staff will relocate to the Boston headquarters of Vanderweil, and its founder and principal, Michael Kerwin, will become a principal with Vanderweil and will lead technology-related services firm-wide. The firm began operating under the Vanderweil name effective June 3.
"Michael Kerwin has been a visionary in technology services in our industry," says Eli Sherman, CEO of Vanderweil. "His expertise will be instrumental in assisting our public- and private-sector clients in addressing challenging and evolving needs in security and advanced technology."
CCR Pyramid's portfolio includes numerous projects for clients in education, technology, finance, and real estate development as well as government agencies at all levels. Projects completed with Vanderweil prior to the acquisition include the District of Columbia Consolidated Forensic Laboratory, Washington, D.C.; Harvard University Sherman Fairchild Biochemistry & Bauer Laboratory Buildings, Cambridge, Mass.; and Baystate Medical Center, Hospital of the Future, Springfield, Mass.