Cyle Graber shares what it was like merging PCI.

Do you have a success story to share?

A long-standing pharmaceutical client, historically, viewed our team as a local resource only. After the merger, through intercompany networking and marketing efforts, we expanded to support that client on multiple sites. This not only generated organic growth for our team but added new strategic value for Salas O’Brien producing a stronger client relationship.

Another pharmaceutical client was seeking to build a new facility with net zero energy consumption. Carl Salas, a company founder, came to our support. His team in California pulled together a full study of the required utilities and developed options with cost estimates. This collaboration and knowledge sharing resulted in one extremely happy client.

How has the merger positioned your firm?

The merger with Salas O’Brien has positioned our team to take on more and larger projects than previously. Initially, we were limited by the amount of people we could bring into our team. Now, we have a network of offices to support us through workload challenges.

What have the opportunities been for you personally?

I have met a lot of great people and have been able to share knowledge, contacts, and work.  It has created opportunity to work with new clients that would not have even talked to our team without the local connections of Salas O’Brien.

What advice would you give to firms considering merging with Salas O’Brien?

Don’t underestimate the value of the network of resources. It produces exponential results.

Want to learn more?

You can read about our previous mergers in our news section.

Think your team may be a fit for where Salas O’Brien is going? Reach out.