Brett Haddon-Cook Recognized with SAME Atlanta Post President’s Award

Brett Haddon-Cook, principal within Acuity’s Engineering & Technology Solutions (ETS) business practice has been recognized by the Society of American Military Engineers Atlanta Post (SAME) with its President’s Award.

SAME is the premier professional engineering association in the United States that connects public sector and private industry professionals in the architecture, engineering, construction, and environmental and facility management fields to strengthen our nation’s security. Atlanta is one of more than 110 Posts in the U.S. and abroad. SAME members have a wide network of support that includes education, training, networking and business opportunities.

Congratulations to Brett and all of the SAME Atlanta Post award winners.

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.”

Acuity International Names James Mehta as Chief Security Officer

Acuity International has named James Mehta as Chief Security Officer. In this role, Mr. Mehta is responsible for identifying, developing, implementing and managing Acuity’s global security strategies and programs.

Mr. Mehta brings more than 27 years of experience as a commissioned officer and special agent resolving criminal/fraud, counterintelligence, physical security, terrorism, cybersecurity, and insider threats. Most recently, he served as the director of Strategic Programs and Requirements for the Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI), where he provided policy, training, and assessments for criminal, fraud, and counterintelligence programs, and specialized investigative services. He served in various roles with AFOSI, including as the commander of AFOSI Region 6, based at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam. Prior to that, he was assigned to the Joint Staff as the Chief, Anti-Terrorism and Force Protection, where he developed anti-terrorism and security policies for the U.S. Department of Defense to protect military operations and personnel worldwide.

Mr. Mehta earned an M.S. in national security strategy from the National War College; an M.A. in national security affairs and Middle East regional affairs from the Naval Postgraduate School; and a B.S. in engineering mechanics from the U.S. Air Force Academy. His U.S. Air Force service culminated in multiple leadership roles at the rank of Colonel.