With the Builders' Show right around the corner and as a follow up to our 2019 Building Products Outlook, we sat down with Mitch Hires, CEO of our portfolio company Construction Resources to get his outlook on the current building products landscape, how the Company has been able to navigate the tariff environment and the trends that will impact the space in 2020.
Founded in 1994 and headquartered in Elk River, Minnesota, Sportech is a designer, manufacturer, and assembler of cab components and systems for powersport, golf & turf, industrial, and agriculture OEMs.
United Materials, Inc. (“UMI”), a division of Construction Resources (“CR”), is pleased to announce the acquisition of Any Old Stone ("AOS"). The acquisition of AOS marks Construction Resources' second add-on acquisition in 2019.
In this Summer edition of Monomoy's Industry Outlook, we sat down with Ken Seipel, CEO of West Marine to get his views on the broader Marine Aftermarket space, tailwinds/headwinds that are impacting the space and what he sees coming for West Marine over the next twelve months.
Monomoy’s Co-CEO Dan Collin presents a white board session to our investors where he walks through the market accepted calculations of EBITDA today.
Founded in 2002, United Materials, Inc. (UMI) is a founder-owned importer and distributor of countertop materials that are used for residential and commercial applications in Florida. UMI’s product offering is composed of quartz and natural...
Founded in 1973 and headquartered in Lebanon, Indiana, Kauffman Engineering is a market leading manufacturer of custom specified, industrial grade wire harnesses, molded plugs, cable assemblies...
In this edition of Monomoy's Industry Outlook, we sat down with Chuck Campbell, CEO of Friedrich Holdings to get his views on the broader HVAC industry, trends that are impacting the space and what he sees coming for Friedrich this year.
With the Builders' Show right around the corner, we sat down with Mitch Hires, CEO of our portfolio company Construction Resources, to get his outlook on the current building products landscape coming out of 2018, trends in the space and what he sees for 2019.