Allied Universal acquires San Francisco-based Cypress Private Security
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“Cypress Private Security is a company that we have long admired and always wanted to partner with,” said Steve Jones, CEO of Allied Universal, in a prepared statement. “This company has built a brand and a culture through outstanding employee and client relationships. I am honored to have Cypress Private Security be part of the Allied Universal family.”
With revenues in excess of $40 million and more than 1,300 employees, Cypress has been providing a full range of security solutions encompassing armed and unarmed uniformed officers, mobile patrols, loss prevention programs and emergency security consulting since 1996. Cypress has offices in Oakland, Calif., Santa Fe Springs, Calif., Modesto, Calif., Los Angeles, Calif., San Jose, Calif., Seattle, Wash. and Las Vegas, Nev.
“We are excited about this opportunity for our employees to become an integral part of Allied Universal—one of the largest security companies in the country,” said Kes Narbutas, CEO of Cypress, also in a statement. “We offer a heartfelt thank you to our dedicated employees who provided first-class service to our loyal clients for so many years.”
Cypress was represented by Bob Perry with Robert H. Perry & Associates Inc. in the transaction.
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