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Summit Companies Expands Presence into Oklahoma

Summit Companies Subsidiary Acquires Mac Systems, Inc. in Oklahoma City and Tulsa, OK

MENDOTA HEIGHTS, MINNESOTA – Summit Companies, a premier fire and life safety company, announced today that its subsidiary, A-1 National Fire Co., has completed the purchase of Mac Systems, Inc. This acquisition is a strategic expansion of Summit Companies’ existing fire protection, life safety and consulting businesses. Summit Companies, through its subsidiaries, operates branches in the states of Arizona, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Nevada, North Dakota, South Dakota, Texas, Utah and Wisconsin. 

Summit Companies’ approach to acquisitions is highly centered on organizational alignment to ensure the continued success of both employees and customers. “Mac Systems is a well-established business with excellent teams, and it was clear from the beginning that they will be a great addition to our growing business,” stated Summit Companies CEO Jeff Evrard.

Mac Systems has served Oklahoma City and Tulsa with fire and life safety services since 1989. “Mac Systems was built on a culture of hard work and excellence, with a customer-first approach. Summit Companies approaches business the same way, and I am confident our customers will continue to receive great service while getting access to more resources and offerings. Our employees will have a great future ahead of them as they join the Summit team,” stated Drake McDannold of Mac Systems.

This acquisition marks Summit Companies’ expansion into Oklahoma and is a strategic complement to the existing A-1 National Fire locations in Nevada, Texas and Utah. “We are pleased to expand the A-1 National Fire footprint into the greater heartland of our country. Following recent acquisitions in Texas, we are excited to enter Oklahoma and continue our expansion to better serve customers throughout the Southern and Southwestern United States,” states Nic Brown, SVP of A-1 National Fire.