Management buyout at Specialist HVAC Mechanical Servicer

The management team of S&G, a mechanical service provider specializing in Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning, announces the success of an MBO.

Paul Copner and Nic Roberts, who have been with the company for 15 and 13 years respectively, have taken full ownership from founders Steve and Gemma Howell.

S&G, based in Barry, South Wales and with offices in the Midlands and London, specialize in the full range of HVAC mechanical services including design, installation, commissioning and followed. Founded in 1999, the company has built a solid reputation in the market, providing systems designed to improve quality, optimize costs and program objectives.

S&G’s recent projects include the design and installation of brand new ventilation systems in the new Par59 bar in Gareth Bale town centre, with fit-up by Paramount, as well as the installation of new systems suitable for CAT A design in the upgraded office building Longcross Court, Cardiff.

Paul Copner, Managing Director, said:

“I am very excited about the future of S&G, following the success of the MBO. We have always been and always will be very proud to work with our customers to ensure that we achieve the highest possible standards.

“I would like to thank S&G founders Steve and Gemma for all of their hard work over the past 23 years and express my gratitude to them for the opportunity to drive the company forward for the foreseeable future.”

Nic Roberts, Chief Commercial Officer, commented:

“Having successfully led S&G with Paul for the past five years, I am delighted that we are taking over the business together. The company has an excellent reputation for quality of work, customer service, support and project delivery, which we will endeavor to maintain as fundamental principles of the company in this new era.

“Having known Steve and Gemma personally since they started the business all those years ago, it has been a pleasure to have worked with them to help grow the business to where it is today, and I wish them all the success in their next chapter.”

GS Verde Group advised throughout the transaction.

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