BRAVO! Expands Its Add-On Services
BRAVO! Group Services, Green Brook, New Jersey, acquired C-K Air Conditioning Inc., headquartered in Clifton, New Jersey, and has merged the operation with its existing Control Temp Mechanical Services business. The new combined operation is operating as C-K Control Temp Mechanical, Inc.
C-K, a regional provider of mechanical and engineering services, was founded in 1961 and is a highly respected company in the tri-state market. C-K’s experience includes all phases of air conditioning, heating, process piping, and air treatment. The company services a wide variety of buildings from standard commercial office buildings to pharmaceutical production and research facilities, telecommunications facilities, computer/server rooms, clean rooms, and hospitals.
“This partnership significantly expands our capabilities and commitment to growing our mechanical installation and service business,” says Karen J. Martinez, BRAVO! Group Services president and CEO. “Chris Curtis and John Kuder, C-K’s owners, have built a great organization with a strong reputation in servicing very large and challenging projects.”
Both Curtis and Kuder have joined the leadership team, with Curtis serving as president and Kuder as vice president-service for the combined operations.
“As we performed our due diligence to find a business partner to successfully move forward with, it was extremely important that our cultures aligned very closely,” says Curtis. “Corporate compatibility was an essential requirement, not only for the benefit of all the hard-working C-K employees that have contributed to our success for the last 57 years, but also for our loyal customers, so that they will experience a seamless transition of continued quality and service excellence.”
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