Telecom firm Squan acquires N.E. line construction business

Englewood-based telecommunications services company Squan said Monday that it has acquired an electric and communications line construction company based in Massachusetts.

Squan, which focuses on engineering and construction solutions to telecom problems, said it has completed its deal for ElecComm and begun integrating tis operations and services. ElecComm serves the New England and New York regions, working 24/7 on electric and communication lines in the region.

“With the support, resources and operational expertise of the ECC team, Squan will further expand into untapped expanses, providing high-performing services and execution efforts,” Keith Pennachio, Squan’s executive vice president and chief strategy officer, said in a prepared statement. “As we remain focused on growth and creating long-term value, we are confident that ECC is a great strategic addition to the Squan family, and we look forward to capitalizing on new opportunities and reaching even greater heights together.”

Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.