- CES Power was acquired by AIP in June 2021
- CES Power was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Memphis
- AIP invests in the lower and middle market
CES Power, a portfolio company of Allied Industrial Partners, has acquired Brickworks, a provider of smart mapping software, services and zero-emissions infrastructure to the entertainment industry. No financial terms were disclosed.
Founded in 2017 by Sam Simmons and Peter Winer, Brickworks has developed site plans and design services for over 150 music festivals, live events, and related projects.
“The addition of Brickworks will enhance our ability to offer tech-enabled services to our customers while assisting them with tracking and monitoring emissions in order to reduce their carbon footprint and achieve their sustainability goals,” said Greg Landa, CEO of CES Power, in a statement. “Brickworks’ proprietary software will also allow us to apply real-time telematics to our power and HVAC assets, enhance our onsite capabilities and provide customers with more real-time visibility into event operations.”
Moving forward, Sam Simmons, Brickworks’ CEO will join CES Power as chief technology officer in conjunction with the transaction.
CES Power was acquired by AIP in June 2021.
Founded in 2000 and headquartered in Memphis, CES Power is a provider of power solutions to its blue-chip customer base, including at the world’s most complex and highest profile events.
Founded in 2019, AIP is a lower and middle market private equity firm that thematically invests in high-growth companies within various industrial subsectors, including industrial rentals, manufacturing, distribution, environmental services and critical infrastructure.