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Vortex Acquires Trenchless Pipe Repairs in Washington
Thursday 16 January 2020

16 January 2020 - Texas, US-based trenchless infrastructure solutions provider The Vortex Companies has acquired the assets of Washington, US-based trenchless sewer and drain service company Trenchless Pipe Repairs LLC, the company said.

Known for its reputation for being an environmentally friendly service company, TPR specializes in robotic cutting, cleaning and reinstatement services, Cured-in-Place Lining, and trenchless infrastructure management.

TPR was founded in 2011, however Patrick brings nearly 25 years of trenchless service experience to Vortex family.

As part of the Vortex Companies, Patrick's role will evolve into a National and Global Product Manager, where he will focus on promoting Vortex robotic systems and lining materials.

The Vortex Companies deliver advanced trenchless technologies and turnkey services to cost effectively renew municipal, industrial and commercial infrastructure.

The Vortex Services division provides lining and coating solutions, pipe bursting, CCTV and inspection. The Vortex Products division develops and sells manhole and pipe rehabilitation materials, polymeric coatings and resins, sewer robot systems, and high-speed drain cleaning tools.

The Vortex Companies remains focused on its vision of expanding and providing a broad range of intelligent and economical trenchless infrastructure renewal solutions, supported by highly experienced and trained personnel.

Founded in 2011, TPR is a Pacific NW based, environmentally friendly, trenchless service company, whose primary focus is on restoring aging sewer, storm and water infrastructure.

TPR specialises in evaluating, planning and rehabilitating infrastructure through the use of pipeline robotics and cured-in-place pipe relining services.
Details
Date Published: 16/01/2020
Target: Trenchless Pipe Repairs LLC
Country: USA
Sector: Construction/Real Estate
Type: Corporate acquisition
Financing:
Status: Closed
Vendor:
Buyer: The Vortex Companies
Comment:
Terms of the deal were not disclosed

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