Triwater Holdings LLC, a diversified water company, recently completed the acquisition of a portion of Buckman’s water treatment business.
The acquisition reinforces Triwater Holdings’ Water Treatment Solutions division as a leade...
Triwater Holdings completed a growth capital investment in Chemco Products Incorporated, a successful regional water treatment company.
Chemco is based in Howell, Michigan and offers an innovative approach and product line for waste water, boiler and cooling water treatment programs....
Trenchless technology and AP/M Permaform president Bill Shook go together like beer and pretzels or bacon and eggs or peanut butter and jelly. You get the idea. Shook and his company have been pounding the pavement since the 1980s, extolling the benefits and basic common sense that using trenchless rehabilitation will help fix what is ailing the more than 20 million U.S. manholes that the EPA says are in dire need of repair.
Triwater Holdings has recapitalized Paragon Water Systems, a leading global provider of water filtration solutions.
With manufacturing operations in the US and China, Paragon conceptualizes, designs, certifies and manufactures a comprehensive line of water filtration products for a broad range of customers in the residential and commercial segments.
One of the great success stories in American business in the 1990s was U.S. Filter Corp., which leapt to $5.5 billion in sales from $17 million in the space of a decade. Now one of the execs of the water-treatment empire, Michael Reardon, is back in the buy-up business.
Mr. Reardon, 60, is chairman and CEO of Lake Forest-based Triwater Holdings LLC, which has acquired five water companies since its start in 2011 and is hunting for more. Investment capital isn't likely to be a problem.
USFilter co-founder Mike Reardon has been quietly building a new portfolio of North American water companies. He has taken a unique approach to identifying target investments.
Private equity-backed water investment vehicle Triwater Holdings has added two new companies to its growing portfolio, bringing to five the number of growth capital investments it has made in the water sector over the past two years.
Larry Kiest Jr. has attained a great level of success through hard work, perseverance and a passion for the trenchless industry. He started his business — LMK Enterprises, now known as LMK Technologies — from the ground up and is now a leading authority on the rehabilitation of laterals.
Triwater Holdings, a Chicago-based water treatment and infrastructure company backed by Bolder Capital LLC, announced today that it has completed growth capital investments in Klenzoid Canada and Eldon Water, two regional leaders in the water treatment industry.
Both companies offer innovative programs that substantially reduce energy, water and chemical costs for steam boilers and cooling water systems. These investments follow Triwater Holdings' previous investment in Nashville Chemical, another leading regional water treatment company.
Triwater Holdings, a Chicago-based water treatment and infrastructure company backed by Bolder Capital LLC, announced today that it had completed growth capital investments in LMK Technologies and Perma-Liner Industries, the two market leading companies for trenchless rehabilitation of water and sewer infrastructure.