Caliburn International is Now Acuity International, Reinforcing its Mission to Assist Customers in Critical Missions Anywhere in the World

Caliburn International today announced that it has formally rebranded as Acuity International to reflect an evolution and focus on technology-based critical services to global governments and commercial enterprises.

Thomas J. Campbell, Chairman of the Board of Directors, said, “Caliburn has reached a pivotal moment in its evolution and growth – rebranding as Acuity International signals the start of new investments in future expansion. With this new brand, Acuity International will emphasize expertise in engineering and technology and be positioned to grow by investing in complementary capabilities, particularly those with a technology focus such as cybersecurity, cloud applications and artificial intelligence.”

“Acuity International has been purpose-built to enable mission assurance for government and enterprise organizations globally. We have recently added key members to our executive leadership team, positioning Acuity to better serve large-scale, nationally significant efforts, delivering construction engineering software, managing scientific and medical programs, standing up facilities, strengthening cyber defenses, deploying urgent medical operations and securing critical infrastructure,” said Bob Stalick, CEO of Acuity International. “We will continue to arm our team with the tools and technology they need to push the envelope and provide solutions to some of the toughest operations on earth.”

The new entity is comprised of three business practices to support its customers:

Acuity International’s Engineering & Technology Solutions group provides independent, expert analysis and oversight of critical and complex programs across diverse industries. It focuses on managing a breadth of operational requirements, including scope, cost, schedule, quality and risk reduction. The team combines deep and diverse subject expertise with proven, repeatable process and powerful cloud-based tools to support programmatic requirements in construction management, laboratory facility management, bio-containment resources, and medical and healthcare cost and scheduling support.

With more than 45 years of healthcare experience, Acuity International’s Advanced Medical Solutions group is one of the nation’s largest and most experienced providers of workforce health management, occupational medicine and medical readiness and response services. Its expert medical and technical team promotes successful workforce health outcomes by filling direct healthcare, humanitarian, and medical management needs for a diverse set of industries that depend on strict workforce health standards.

Acuity International’s Global Mission Solutions group builds, runs, secures and maintains complex operations in some of the most challenging locations in the world. Applying a proven, repeatable process built on decades of experience, it stands ready to fulfill complex requirements like integrated logistics, base operations, security solutions and even munitions response and mine action, that are vital to mission success.

More information on the new brand and its services can be found on the Acuity International website:

About Acuity International

Acuity International, headquartered in Reston, Virginia, provides process and technology-based critical services to global government and commercial enterprises. With expertise in a range of engineering and consulting, software solutions, medical care, occupational health, global mission, environmental remediation, and secure and complex construction management services, augmented by deep expertise in cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, and cloud solutions, Acuity International is positioned to assist its customers in their critical missions anywhere in the world with the latest technology and repeatable processes.

PT&C Releases the First Collaborative Cloud-Based Cost Estimating Solution With Native MII Interoperability

With the rapid rise in cloud computing, the Project Time & Cost (PT&C) team, based in Acuity’s Center of Excellence for Construction Engineering, has rolled out a significant update for their cost engineering cloud suite. This is a milestone release of robust features that include Geographic Cost Index (GCI), accelerated database updates, and native MII interoperability.

The growing PT&C team has provided professional services and technology solutions for commercial and federal agencies for nearly 40 years. While their history focuses on consultancy, this release of PT&C CostCenter software and construction cost data will revolutionize the estimating space.

“Cost estimation is both an art and science,” said Frank Richardson, Senior Cost Estimator. “You need reliable cost data and the ability to make immediate adjustments to accommodate unpredictable environments. We’re setting a new standard with the transparency of our cost data by showing you the source of our data and when it was updated.”

The team that supported major parts of the Tri-Service Automated Cost Engineering System (TRACES), including MII and Area Cost Factors, aims to provide engineers and managers an innovative cloud solution with their newest features.

Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) teams can leverage the various applications within PT&C CostCenter to ensure they have access to up-to-date information for accurate detailed estimates. Along with construction cost estimation functionalities, seamless USACE/TRACES MII interoperability allows agencies to gain maximum value from their investments. AEC teams, regardless of their physical location, no longer need to worry about MII file versioning and the time required for rework. With PT&C CostCenter, users get a single source of truth to keep projects organized, a view of progress, insights on key financial indicators, and have real-time collaboration for accelerated productivity.

“To empower estimators, our responsibility as engineers and cost experts is to keep our cost database current,” explained Andy Reape, VP of Engineering & Consulting. “For us, it is also essential to provide users a tool where they’re not bound to a single device and can develop complex estimates with teammates spread across the world.”

In this release, PT&C is rolling out an industry-leading white-glove pilot program, a tailored onboarding experience offering users a dedicated success representative, priority support, and a direct line of feedback on product roadmaps. This is an open pilot program that comes with training benefits at no cost and grants users firsthand experience with the newest improvements.

PT&C has delivered solutions within the engineering field for decades and their recent expansion is indicative of the advancements in construction technology. AEC firms that assess their technology stack today, and implement specialized tools sooner, will find it easier to remain competitive. A peek at the larger roadmap within the PT&C CostCenter tools includes exciting capabilities such as assemblies, parametric modeling, and even advanced analytics backed by artificial intelligence.

About Project Time & Cost, LLC:
PT&C is a leading provider of professional services and solutions to U.S. federal government agencies and commercial clients. The company provides consulting, project management, and technological development services. For additional information visit construction cost data. 

PT&C Announces New Cloud-based Software Solutions – Collaborative Construction Cost Book and Estimation SaaS

Project Time & Cost, LLC (PT&C), an Engineering News-Record Top 50 Program Management firm, today announced the launch of PT&C CostCenter. This cloud-based software as a service (SaaS) offers an integrated set of tools for agencies and commercial enterprises who need up-to-date construction cost data and efficient solutions for collaborative cost estimating – one of the most secure and advanced cost estimating toolboxes available at market.

PT&C CostCenter acts as an information hub for its cost engineering applications and provides an overarching view of key performance indicators. As users integrate additional PT&C applications into their company workspace, they will find an E2E facilities cost lifecycle ecosystem at their fingertips. These innovative solutions include PT&C CostBook, PT&C CostBase, and PT&C CostPro.

“The tools we’re delivering to market today represent a full integration of capabilities that will reduce risk in cost estimating for construction management,” according to CEO Bob Stalick. “With price volatility in material and labor costs being greater than ever before, we deliver a solution to meet industry demand head-on, with a cost estimation process that is fast, safe and accurate.”

PT&C’s 40 years of experience in providing specialized program management services are the foundation for delivering this capability in a cloud-based platform with deep insight into more than 35,000 cost elements, including historical trends and geographical adjustments. The tools are backed by a team of seasoned cost professionals to support any client need.

“Our users gain increased visibility and efficiency of enterprise facilities management through a centralized application suite,” according to Andy Reape, PT&C vice president. “This built-in modularity allows users to use only the applications they need, giving clients a solution to create detailed estimates based on current, accurate, and defensible cost data.”

PT&C’s mission is to provide the construction industry with smart estimation solutions. The construction software is designed specifically to help solve coordination problems for owners, contractors, engineers, and architects. Regardless of the size or complexity of a project, construction teams can have confidence in the accuracy of their cost data, simplified workflows, and better collaboration. With these tools, project managers and developers will have better cost estimates built on up-to-date data reflecting current market trends and labor costs.

PT&C CostBook, which works seamlessly with either estimation solution, provides transparent construction cost data. Maintained by experienced cost engineers, this out-of-the-box solution features over 35,000 searchable constructive tasks alongside an extensive catalog of modern construction materials.

PT&C CostBase is designed to build out simple estimates quickly. PT&C CostPro is a comprehensive cost estimating platform built on decades of expertise calculating accurate assessments of complex construction costs to help customers work efficiently.

“Offering these software tools to our clients will help them do their job better, faster, and with less rework required,” said Reape.

For nearly 40 years, PT&C has provided project management, cost engineering, and custom digital solutions, primarily for federal agencies and large commercial clients. Comprised of a team of dedicated professionals, PT&C has been repeatedly named to ENR’s list of the Top 50 Program Management firms and Top 100 Construction Management-for-Fee firms.

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PT&C is a leading provider of professional services and solutions to U.S. federal government agencies and commercial clients. The company provides consulting, project management, and technological development services. For additional information visit 

Janus Global Operations, an Acuity International company, Awarded Seat on $240 Million Contract to Support U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Janus Global Operations, an Acuity International company, has been awarded one of nine contracts under the Multiple Award Military Munitions Services (MAMMS III) contract through the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Baltimore District.  The multiple award task order will have a shared capacity of $240 Million.

Under MAMMS III, Janus Global Operations teams will help USACE mitigate potentially hazardous munitions found at and near current and formally used defense sites and other federally controlled/owned sites. The Department of Defense estimates this contract to be completed by 2028.

“We are honored to be selected to perform on this contract,” said David Bell, Acuity’s Vice President of Munitions and Environmental. “We look forward to supporting USACE and the Military Munitions Response Program.”

As one of the largest commercial munitions management companies in the world, Acuity provides government and commercial clients with solutions that address munitions and explosives management, unexploded ordnance and explosive remnants of war detection and remediation, improvised explosive device defeat, and a range of demining services and training.

Employees provide responsive medical care around the world, often to areas challenged by conflict, geography and geopolitics. Advanced healthcare services include managing and staffing on-site health clinics and hospitals and are customized to meet the unique needs of U.S. government and military personnel, contractors, third-country nationals, local civilians, and coalition forces.

“As we work toward growing into Acuity this fall, the company is planning further corporate social responsibility initiatives to make real differences globally,” Stalick said. “We welcome partnering with other companies that align with our values of service in the areas of global missions, advanced technology and advanced medical.”

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