- Alpine is currently investing out of its over $2.25 billion eighth fund
- Alpine plans to invest more than $200 million of equity capital to fund the organic and inorganic growth of Trilon
- MSG was founded in 1955
Trilon Group, an Alpine Investors infrastructure portfolio company, has acquired The Mannik & Smith Group Inc, an engineering firm.
Founded in 1955, MSG provides consulting solutions to governmental agencies, municipalities, and private entities across North America.
“This partnership will accelerate the execution of our strategic plan by investing in our people, growing through M&A, and collaborating on new approaches to better serve our clients,” MSG’s CEO Dean Niese said in a statement. “Most important, we looked for a partner that fits with our culture and values and provides access to capital resources. We are extremely happy to have found that partner in Trilon.”
Alpine plans to invest more than $200 million of equity capital to fund the organic and inorganic growth of Trilon.
Within Trilon, MSG will lead the midwest platform with a focus on the environment, transportation, water, and community infrastructure markets. Under the leadership of its current management team, MSG will continue operating as an independent brand within Trilon.
Morrissey Goodale served as strategic advisor to The Mannik & Smith Group, Inc.
Alpine is currently investing out of its over $2.25 billion eighth fund.