ST. ALBERT, ALBERTA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/20/13 -- Enterprise Group, Inc. ("Enterprise" or the "Company") (TSX: E) is pleased to announce that it has completed its acquisition of Pro Tech Construction Inc., ("Pro Tech") for a purchase price of $2,050,000.00. The acquisition is effective June 19, 2013 and was funded through a cash only transaction.
This acquisition is seen as a highly strategic advance for the company, as Pro Tech's main asset is 12.29 acres of land and buildings combined with a development permit that allows for future expansion. The property acquired is ideally located in West Edmonton's busy Acheson Industrial park. This area has shown unprecedented growth and in combination with lack of developed industrial land in the area, has resulted in an increased appraised value of $3,500,000 since the offer to purchase was accepted.
The location will also serve as a West Edmonton field office for TC Backhoe and Directional Drilling LP, ("TC") and Artic Therm International ("ATI"). This location will assist TC and ATI to expand their operations and at the same time is ideally located to support TC's new regional contract with a major utility company who is located in the same vicinity which TC has a long term relationship with.
This West Edmonton location will increase the TC Backhoe's productivity and overall profitability since it will reduce travel time from their existing location. The savings in wages, fuel costs and lower maintenance costs will be approximately $230,000.00 annually.
Mr. Jaroszuk says, "We are excited about the opportunity this acquisition gives us since it not only allows us to better serve our Western regional customers, but it also allows us to expand our footprint and provides us the opportunity to expand all operations in Western Alberta."
The location will also be used as a staging area for larger jobs which require additional equipment or jobs that require logistics involving two or more Enterprise Companies.
About Enterprise Group, Inc.
Enterprise Group, Inc. is a consolidator of construction services companies operating in the energy, utility and transportation infrastructure industries. The Company's focus is primarily utility & infrastructure construction and specialized equipment rental. The Company's strategy is to acquire complementary service companies in Western Canada, consolidating capital, management and human resources to support continued growth. Enterprise became a Western Canadian leader in flameless heat technology in September 2012 with its acquisition of Artic Therm International Ltd. and has now become a technological leader in underground infrastructure construction by the closing of Calgary Tunnelling & Horizontal Augering Ltd.
Forward Looking Information
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First Canadian Capital Corp.
Enterprise Group, Inc.
Leonard D. Jaroszuk
President & CEO
Enterprise Group, Inc.
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