Fall 2020 News | WATERPROOF! Magazine
In March, Wichita-based Epro Services acquired Kingfield Construction Products.
Epro markets composite water-proofing, methane mitigation, and vapor intrusion systems, and the acquisition expands both its product and service offerings and its footprint in the marketplace.
Based in Minneapolis and founded in 2013, Kingfield delivers waterproofing solutions for high-end residential, infrastructure, and large-scale civil and commercial construction.
“Protecting the building envelope continues to be a top priority for specifiers, which means their demands for innovation are evolving,” said David Polk, CEO of Epro Services. “Our acquisition of Kingfield increases our ability to meet and exceed those expectations with unique technologies that stand alone or augment our field-installed composite systems.”
Polk adds that he’s impressed with the people at Kingfield as well. “They’re smart, experienced professionals who will enable us to provide a new standard of excellence during the design and installation phase for customers.”
Scott Schendel, president of Kingfield, says, “At Kingfield, we take pride in what we’ve developed and introduced to the marketplace over the past seven years, because we know it has brought value to a variety of industries and to a wide array of customers. Epro’s acquisition of Kingfield opens the next chapter for the soon-to-be combined company, putting our technologies at play on a much larger stage. I’m proud of our team and where we’re headed.”
Full integration of the two companies is expected to be complete by the end of 2020.