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Brundage-Bone continues its expansion

Brundage-Bone Concrete Pumping has bought a business that operates across Colorado and Arizona.

It has acquired O’Brien Concrete Pumping, which is based near Denver and operates approximately 70 concrete pumps.

The acquisition is intended to deepen Brundage-Bone’s presence across the Rockies and Southwest United States, allowing the company to expand its services to customers in various commercial, residential and infrastructure end-markets.

“O’Brien is a highly respected business known for its excellent service levels and equipment, and we are ecstatic to welcome O’Brien’s employees to the Brundage-Bone team,” said Bruce Young, president and chief executive officer of Brundage-Bone. “Richard O’Brien is a true pioneer and visionary in our industry, and we look forward to being proud stewards of his outstanding business in the years to come.”

Matt Homme, managing director of Peninsula Pacific, the holder of the majority interest in Brundage-Bone, added: “O’Brien is another strategically significant addition to Brundage-Bone as part of the company’s disciplined growth strategy. We will continue to support Bruce and his team as they identify highly regarded concrete pumping businesses that can expand Brundage-Bone’s footprint and deepen its service offering.”

In 2015, Brundage-Bone acquired five businesses collectively serving Texas, South Carolina, Tennessee and Alabama, and in 2016 and 2017, it acquired four leading businesses in the United Kingdom, most notably Camfaud Concrete Pumps.


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This article was published on 24 Apr 2018 (last updated on 24 Apr 2018).

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