DVL Group Doubles Its Territory by Acquiring Denver Area AC Systems and Subsidiary AC New Mexico
Bristol, Pa. — June 29, 2018 — DVL Group, Inc., an employee owned data center solutions company, has acquired the Englewood, Colo. based data center solutions company AC Systems and its subsidiary, AC New Mexico, located in Albuquerque, N.M. The acquisition was effective June 29, 2018, at which time DVL became a company of more than 100 employees, serving six states.
Prior to the acquisition, DVL was the official local representative of Vertiv™, offering Liebert® products in Eastern and Central Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey, and Delaware since 1985. Respectively, AC Systems and AC New Mexico were the official local representatives for Vertiv in Colorado and Southern Wyoming, and in New Mexico for more than 50 years. This strategic acquisition allows DVL to expand its mission of powering critical environments with experience, innovation, and passion.
“We are pleased to expand into the Rocky Mountain region and we welcome the associates from Colorado and New Mexico to the team,” said Gary Hill, CEO of DVL. “We are excited to represent Vertiv in these additional states, and for the opportunity to work with the many customers that we already know. This is a region we have been interested in for a long time, and as an employee-owned company we are always interested in growing our business.”
About DVL Group, Inc.
DVL Group is an employee owned company that has the talent, experience, and resources to provide efficient and reliable technology from the edge to the core of their clients’ network. DVL has more than 100 associates and has been perfecting the science of data center infrastructure implementation for more than 30 years. DVL is headquartered in Bristol, Pa., with offices in Harrisburg, Pa., Englewood, Colo., and Albuquerque, N.M. DVL is the official local representative of Vertiv™, offering Liebert® products, allowing DVL to effectively serve Eastern and Central Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey, Delaware, Colorado, Southern Wyoming, and New Mexico.