Mill Street & Co. acquires Nottawasaga Mechanical

Mill Street & Co. has acquired Nottawasaga Mechanical. Financial terms were not disclosed.

Nottawasaga Mechanical will become part of Mill Street & Co. Mechanical Construction Group which also include Speed Fastening Systems Inc., Sierra Equipment Limited, Thorold Lumber & Home Centre Inc., UXPort Tools, Parliament Building Supplies, Sauve Lumber and Building Supplies LTD., Clarksburg Contractors, Great Northern Insulation, Barrier Sciences Group, Trinity Energy Innovations Inc., and Aircon Mechanical Systems Inc.

For over 30 years, Nottawasaga Mechanical has been delivering comfort and peace of mind to the Barrie and Georgian Triangle Area of Ontario as a heating, air conditioning and refrigeration contractor of choice. Nottawasaga specializes in designing and installing complete comfort systems for owners of existing homes and also for new home construction.

“Bringing Nottawasaga Mechanical into the group will significantly enhance our ability to service the growing market of the Georgian Triangle Area of Central Ontario,” said Brian Laval, President of Mechanical Construction Group. “Nottawasaga has established a loyal customer base and a fantastic reputation since opening in 1986. The Company’s success is a result of its people who represent some of the most qualified professionals in the business. They are 100% dedicated to delivering exceptional customer service and satisfaction.”

“Nottawasaga represents a very strong strategic addition to our Mechanical Construction Group,” said Mill Street President, Noah Murad. “Within the growing Central Ontario market, Nottawasaga will add significant scale to our existing operations, while delivering immediate value to the company and its partners. This is a quality company and I am very proud to welcome its team to the Mill Street & Co. family.”

Thornhill, Ontario based Mill Street & Co. is a diversified investment company actively managing its investments with the goal of providing its investors with stable returns exceeding major indices and mutual funds. Mill Street invests primarily by purchasing equity positions in private and public companies.