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Converge is a global investment and development company which owns and operates businesses that provide essential services.

  • We work with high-credit counter-parties, including federal, state and local governments.

  • We bridge the private and public sectors through a network of advisors, financial institutions, and strategic investors.

  • We are long-term owners and expect to own assets for decades.

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Areas of Focus

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Real Estate

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Smart Cities

Renewable Energy

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Our Team

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Matthew Kennedy

Matt Kennedy is the founder and Managing Partner of Converge. Previously, Matt served in senior roles in the Obama Administration at the Department of Commerce, Department of the Treasury, and the White House. As the Director of the Office of Strategic Partnerships at Commerce, Matt worked closely with the Overseas Private Investment Corporation and Export-Import Bank of the United States to develop innovative public-private partnerships with leading trade organizations and several Fortune 500 businesses. Matt graduated from Stanford University with a B.S. in Management Science and Engineering and holds an M.B.A. from Harvard University. He sits on the board of the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights and John F. Kennedy Presidential Library Foundation.

Strategic Partners


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Representative Projects

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Cape Cod Water Partnership


Converge acquired the water & wastewater systems on Joint Base Cape Cod from the United States Air Force through a first of its kind Exchange Agreement. American States Utility Services (ASUS) is providing water and wastewater service to the Base under a long-term contract.

Converge working with the upper Cape Cod community to expand the wastewater system to better meet local needs. 

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Cranston Calvert


Converge worked hand-in-hand with the City, and local developer BCM Realty

Cranston Calvert is a full gut-renovation and repurposing of a 50,000 square foot elementary school.   The building consists of 34 residential units and 64 onsite parking spaces. 

Cranston Calvert is the perfect solution for Newport’s workforce housing, providing an ideal and efficient housing solution for both young professionals as well as the aging community that may be downsizing to a vibrant part of the City. . 

The Project enabled the City to reach its goals outlined in the Newport City Comprehensive Plan.


Smart Parking


Converge has partnered with CivicSmart to establish a novel on-street metering and parking enforcement as a services model for municipalities in North America and internationally. The innovative technology and third party financing structure eliminates the need for large capital investment while increasing revenue for city budgets representing a true public private partnership

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Chicken Litter


Converge is developing onsite chicken litter processing business in partnership with Sky View Ventures and Gallus Capital.

Our solution guarantees the fastest adoption of the climate smart production technology by poultry producers across the US as it reduces potential financial burdens on the farmers associated with capital investment programs. The project includes twin benefits of lower energy costs: hydrocarbon substitutions and revenue share on the sale of the resulting climate smart bespoke fertilizer. These create strong incentives for all poultry producers to adapt similar best practices. 

In short, we save farmers money, reduce C02 emissions and create jobs.


State Wide Public Safety System


The project includes the implementation of an Integrated Emergency Response System, enhanced with partnering systems for Crisis Management, cellular geo-localization, and video management systems. Agencies involved would include Law enforcement, Fire, Ambulance and Civil defense.

The architecture of the project includes the construction of 2 Primary Call Centers (PSAPS), and approximately 30 to 50 Secondary Dispatch Centers.

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Contact Us

2 Heritage Drive #302
Quincy, MA 02171

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