This opportunity includes the complete acquisition of an award winning design build landscape contracting firm with great brand awareness specializing in customized outdoor living environments and serving some of the Bay Area’s more notable residences. A seasoned and committed management teams runs the day to day operations while the owner visits project sites 8 days a month flying in from out of state for the past 5 years.
With the company’s strong financial results and niche services to the San Francisco Bay area, this company is well suited for either a financial or strategic buyer. The company is well-positioned to provide the successful acquirer with an opportunity to build on the operational and financial stability created by the current ownership through several expansion opportunities.
The company has developed a strong portfolio of work and long-term value added relationships with top tier general contractors and landscape architects and customer home builders throughout the bay area. Deeply embedded relationships along with providing consistent results have provided the company with continuous opportunities to participate in close bidding pools for the Bay Area’s best projects.
Revenue and Cash Flow numbers are projected for 2016. Ideal buyers include:
-Experienced construction or landscape businesses seeking to expand operations geographically
-General contractors or other construction related businesses wanting to add landscape design/build services, to its portfolio
-A licensed contractor related construction manager desiring to own his own business
-Property management company looking to grow their service offering
Newly Listed Businesses
Recent Blog Posts
- https://pixabay.com/photos/sign-stop-warning-stop-sign-symbol-1732791/Warning Signs in Your BusinessApril 23, 2019 - 6:00 am
- https://pixabay.com/photos/calculator-calculation-insurance-385506/3 Stupid Tax MistakesApril 15, 2019 - 12:18 pm
- https://pixabay.com/photos/town-sign-place-name-sign-support-1699981/ Cautionary Tale #3: The Answer You Want Isn’t Always The Answer You NeedApril 2, 2019 - 6:00 am