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Dallas-based Braemont Capital has acquired Colorado-based Loenbro LLC from Tailwind Capital in a deal that Braemont said represents a pivotal milestone in Loenbro’s trajectory.

Braemont is a relationship-driven investment firm that partners with exceptional companies at growth inflection points, while Loenbro is a provider of highly technical, specialized services to the data center, infrastructure, and diversified industrial markets.

“Loenbro is an exceptional company, and the sector dynamics represent a significant opportunity to scale the business, while maintaining the customer-first orientation that has been its hallmark,” Braemont Managing Partner Robert Covington said in a statement. “This investment represented one of the largest to date for Braemont, which was driven by our long history of investing in the data center and related markets.”

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Positioning for further growth

Braemont said the deal strategically positions Loenbro for continued growth through both organic and M&A-driven initiatives. Entering this new chapter, Loenbro said it remains steadfast in its commitment to quality and safety, and to being a trusted partner to their customers.

“We’ve built our culture and our business on the foundational principles of always treating people fairly and exceeding expectations, while maintaining our resolute commitment to safety and quality,” Loenbro President and CEO Daniel Cowan said in a statement. “I’m confident that Braemont is the right partner to support Loenbro’s next phase of growth, and their expertise in scaling service-based businesses will create efficiencies and drive value for our partners.”

Based in Westminster, Colorado, Loenbro provides lifecycle solutions with a focus on recurring maintenance and high-growth new build and retrofit work.

The company is a well-known single-source provider for its customers throughout the high-growth Mountain West, offering a comprehensive suite of critical services, including electrical, mechanical, and structural solutions, instrumentation, inspection, and other maintenance and construction-related services.

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