M Group Services buys decarbonisation specialist

Infrastructure contractor M Group Services has acquired decarbonisation and energy efficiency specialist AgilityEco.

Andrew Findlay, M Group Services Chief Executive, said: “The acquisition of AgilityEco represents an extension of our capabilities to deliver essential services to our existing energy and local authority clients.

“These services enable our clients to meet their regulatory obligations and support the delivery of their ambitious decarbonisation agendas.

“Acquisitions with adjacent capabilities serving existing clients are a fundamental part of our continuing growth strategy and we are delighted to further enhance our Group capabilities with the acquisition of AgilityEco.”

Sharon Johnson, Managing Director of AgilityEco, said: “We are excited to be joining the M Group Services Energy Division, which represents a great opportunity for our people, our clients and our partners.

“Being part of M Group Services provides access to complementary capabilities and enhances our ability to provide a differentiated offering for our clients and partners. This strengthens our platform for growth, and as a purpose-driven organisation, it ultimately enables us to support more vulnerable families living in fuel poverty and to prepare Britain’s homes for Net Zero.”

Simon Best, Managing Director of M Group Services Energy Division, added: “We are delighted to welcome Sharon Johnson and her team to M Group Services. AgilityEco has established a leading position in the market over the last decade and brings a strong set of adjacent capabilities to our Group, which we are excited to provide to our clients. We look forward to supporting the delivery of AgilityEco’s ambitious growth plan in the coming years.”

Article by Grant Prior – www.constructionenquirer.com

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