WBB acquires BRTRC Federal Solutions

H.I.G. Capital (“H.I.G.”), a leading global private equity investment firm with over $34 billion of equity capital under management, announced on October 17 that its portfolio company, Whitney, Bradley & Brown, Inc. (“WBB”), has acquired BRTRC Federal Solutions, Inc. (“BRTRC”).

Headquartered in Vienna, VA, BRTRC is a leading provider of support services across the Army and other U.S. Department of Defense and Intelligence Community agencies. BRTRC has supported the federal government for more than 30 years on mission-critical programs. During this time, the BRTRC team has developed deep domain expertise within critical capabilities including systems and vehicle integration, prototyping and commercialization, strategic communications and cyber security.

Robert Olsen, CEO of WBB, remarked, “The addition of BRTRC’s capabilities and expertise to the WBB platform furthers our mission to become the premier provider of high-quality, mission-critical services to the federal government. BRTRC possesses deep domain expertise, and Larry McDonald and his team have fostered a culture similar to our own with a focus on quality and customer service. I am confident this combination will be incredibly successful for our clients, employees and WBB.”

BRTRC President Larry McDonald added, “First, I’d like to thank my team for the energy they have poured into building BRTRC over the past 30 years. We are looking forward to the opportunity to leverage WBB’s resources and BRTRC’s capabilities to continue to serve our clients.”

Jeff Zanarini, managing director at H.I.G. Capital, commented, “BRTRC Federal Solutions is an excellent strategic fit with the WBB platform. BRTRC adds a wealth of knowledge and expertise that, when coupled with WBB’s existing capabilities, will enable the combined company to better serve its government clients. We are pleased to support the integration efforts already underway, and look forward to working with the management team at WBB and our new team members from BRTRC to support the Company’s continued growth.”

Source: H.I.G. Capital