Pavion has acquired Cincinnati-based Turnkey Technology, continuing the company’s expansion through the U.S. Midwest and bolstering its fire, security and integration capabilities in the geography.
Founded in 2016, Turnkey Technology delivers video surveillance, access control, fire alarm, structured cabling, networking and wireless solutions for enterprise, manufacturing and K-12 customers.
“We launched our company to provide customers a single, turnkey source for enhanced fire, security and integration technology, installation and service,” said Turnkey Technology Founder Eric Anevski.
“The business was built with a simple get the job done right mentality, supported by outstanding employees that lead by example.”
The Midwest region is an important rapidly growing geography for Pavion, said its President and CEO Joe Oliveri. “Turnkey is a great business, aligned with our Connect and Protect portfolio strategy, which brings skilled employees and highly valued customers in a strategic market.”
Jim Muncey, president of the Pavion Security Business Unit, commented, “We're really excited to bring Turnkey into the Pavion Security Business Unit. We share a common belief that when employees and customers are treated well and properly supported, our business continues to thrive, and that's what we do.”
The undisclosed terms for Turnkey Technology mark Pavion’s 12th acquisition since partnering with Wind Point Partners in June 2020. Ely Friedman at VonLehman & Company served as the exclusive M&A advisor to Turnkey Technologies.
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Formerly Corbett Technology Solutions (CTSI), Pavion rebranded in October 2022. The company operates 13 legacy brands across its three business units: CTSI, DavEd Fire Systems, Collaborative Technology Solutions, The Protection Bureau, Star Asset Security, iON247, AFA Protective Systems, Structure Works, Enterprise Security Solutions, Systems Electronics, Firecom, Short Circuit Electronics, and Turnkey Technology.