Foley Company Purchased by Enerfab - O'Keeffe and O'Malley

Foley Company Purchased by Enerfab

May 04, 2015

Kansas City, MO-based Foley Co. , a leader in mechanical contracting and general construction, has been acquired by Enerfab Power & Industrial, Inc. Foley Company, which delivers high-quality, specialized mechanical and construction services focused on water/wastewater, power, industrial, commercial, healthcare, fabrication and special projects, has been in business for more than 100 years. Foley Company consistently ranks as one of the top 100 specialty contractors and top 500 mechanical contractors in the country. Foley Company will keep its current name.

“Together Foley Company and Enerfab Power & Industrial will continue to service Foley’s base customers and markets,” said Greg Purdon, CEO of Enerfab. “We have many joint customers and have worked on projects together in the past. We look forward to working closely with the Foley Company to provide our customers with comprehensive solutions in this region and across the country.”

Foley currently employs about 250 people and is headquartered in Kansas City, MO, with one office in Nashville, TN.  Both offices are expected to remain open. The company has certified fabrication facilities, including ASME R, PP, S and U weld certificates and an NQA-1 nuclear certificate.

“We have many synergies between our two companies. This is a great opportunity for us to serve customers in a variety of industries with high-quality services,” said Chris Callegari, president of Foley Company. “We’re excited to be a part of the Enerfab family of companies. Their reputation for safety, quality workmanship, integrity, reliability and expertise mirrors our own commitment to these business values.”

Enerfab was founded in 1901, and is headquartered in Cincinnati, OH. Enerfab is one of the fastest growing privately held companies in the region, employing approximately 4,000 people and operating regional facilities throughout the U.S. Their family of companies provides construction, maintenance and specialty fabrication services to a variety of industries.

Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.