Amentum to merge with Jacobs cyber businesses

28 November 2023

Nuclear engineering company Amentum has reached an agreement to merge with Jacobs’ Critical Mission Solutions (CMS) and Cyber and Intelligence (C&I) businesses. The move will create a systems integration and technology solutions major with an annual revenue of some $13bn.

Amentum brings expertise in nuclear engineering solutions, complex programme management, and solutions integration, while Jacobs bring additional engineering and science capabilities, with unique expertise in sectors such as space, cyber & intelligence, and energy. Management has already identified $50-70m of estimated net cost synergies associated with the merger.

Amentum CEO John Heller, observed: “Our combined company will deliver extensive expertise in the government’s highest priority areas of energy, space exploration, intelligence and analytics, and digital modernization.”

Amentum was recently awarded a contract by the US Army Corps of Engineers – Baltimore District to safely decommission and dismantle the SM-1A reactor facility.

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