Headquartered in Brussels

Operating at the heart of Europe's international institutions our team of experts provides the full range of MCR's capabilities: project management, engineering support, project control, enterprise transformation, and modeling and simulation to a host of countries around the world.


Expert Performance

Project Management

Let us help you with our extensive network of partner companies with world-class niche capabilities.

Engineering Support

Let us help you with our extensive network of partner companies with world-class niche capabilities.

Project control

Projects need leadership and control. Our expert team of program managers are here to help you do the job.


Take your ideas to the next level with second to none implementation and transformation services.


and Simulation

Simulation comes easy with CommandEdge Studio enabled experts.

NCI Agency Functional Groupings and Facilities Study at NATO

July 17th, 2018

In support of NATO Agency Reform, MCR conducted a study for the NATO Communications & Information Agency (NCI Agency) to recommend a new organizational model. Our experts assessed the current and alternate organization models of the distribution of work, capabilities, personnel, and geographic facilities for mission effectiveness and cost efficiency.

After evaluating eight alternatives, the analysis showed that reducing the Agency’s geographic footprint to three major sites – Brussels, the Hague, and Mons, along with a consolidation of personnel within Service Lines, would result in €45M in savings. Our analysis included visits to all major Agency facilities, interviews with NATO senior leaders, the creation of comprehensive personnel database and cost model, and discussions with diplomatic representatives from the nation’s affected.

The results of the study were approved by the Agency Supervisory Board. Mr. Anders Fogh Rasmussen, NATO Secretary General, presented a reform plan for the NCI Agency based on the study. It was approved by the 28 NATO nations.

Providing Life-Cycle Program Management Support to the NATO Air Command & Control System (ACCS)

May 7th, 2018

As an alliance of nations, NATO relies on the resources of member countries. As a result, it is imperative that equipment be compatible and interoperable. Over the years there have been dramatic improvements in the technology used to monitor and control air space. Consequently, NATO needed a unified system composed of NATO assets and those of member nations. NATOs Air Command & Control System (ACCS) was designed to meet this need. MCR has played a key role in assisting NATO in developing, producing, testing, and fielding ACCS. This system, designed to integrate and automate the planning, tasking and execution of all air operations at the tactical level, is being deployed throughout Europe in NATO nations. MCR consultants develop project plans, establish project schedules, estimate project costs, aid in managing projects, develop test plans, prepare and activate operational sites, and manage contracts. Integrated directly into multinational NATO teams, we have been a vital component to mission success. Our dedicated personnel often travel to the far-flung corners of Europe from the Arctic Circle to Eastern Turkey to meet the needs of our customer.

Weapons Systems Acquisition Advice for an Asian Customer

August 1st, 2018

The Republic of South Korea Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA), seeking to expand its national defense posture, hired MCR for advice on procuring fighter aircraft. Justified by our long-term experience with international defense agencies, and our contemporary understanding of the international aerospace market-place, MCR was engaged to conduct a cost-benefit analysis of the world’s leading fighter aircraft which would satisfy Korea’s specific operational requirements and limited acquisition budget.

This analysis was enriched by our earlier acquisition support to government acquisition agencies in the US, UK, Germany, and Japan, as well as our engineering support to aerospace manufactures such as Lockheed, Boeing, Airbus, Northrop Grumman, Aerospatiale, Sikorsky, L3, and General Dynamics.

Subsequently, Korea hired MCR to conduct a similar cost-benefit analysis for aerial refueling tanker aircraft.