Commercial and Federal Government Agency Contractor

Southeast US
Construction
Client Code: BM000922
Revenue (YTD): $25,439,000
EBITDA (YTD): $1,843,000

The company offers construction and project management services, disaster relief services, and hazardous materials remediation and demolition services to commercial and multiple US Federal Government agencies including the Department of Defense (DOD), Veterans Affairs (VA), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), US Air Force (USAF), and US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE).

Key Aspects

Dynamic organization with the ability to efficiently mobilize to areas with varying levels of regulatory oversight and infrastructure

• Successful past performance in numerous capacities including general contractor, prime contractor, subcontractor, design-builder, and disaster relief restoration services

• Secured backlog in excess of $38.7M as of September 30, 2020

• Multiple MATOC and IDIQ contracts exceeding $4B in total value extending into 2027

• $30M single/$125M aggregate bonding capacity

• 20+ year operating history

• Nationwide network of talented subcontractors

Opportunities

• Aggressively pursue projects in the private sector, including commercial healthcare construction

• Grow design build services revenues to further diversify the company’s revenue streams

• Pursue additional subcontracts with large prime contractors to continue to develop the company’s portfolio

• Continue to grow demolition and abatement revenues

• Hire additional experienced managers to streamline processes and develop procedural efficiencies

Headquartered

• Southeast US

Current Markets

• Commercial and Federal Government agencies nationwide

Real Estate

• The company is headquartered from a company owned corporate office complex. The complex sits on approximately three acres of land and contains a 7,000 sq. ft. warehouse, 4,000 sq. ft. office, and two pole barns totaling approximately 6,000 sq. ft. of storage space. The complex is included in the sale of the business. In addition, the company leases two satellite offices in the Midwestern United States from unrelated third parties.