- Bassett Creek is comprised of five leading brands – J.R. Johnson, Cornerstone Renovation Group, Region Construction Group, Baxter Restoration, and Disaster Restoration Pros
- BCS was founded in 2018
- Highview Capital backs middle-market businesses
Watterson, a portfolio company of Highview Capital, has acquired Chicago-based Bassett Creek, a provider of restoration and renovation services. No financial terms were disclosed.
Bassett Creek is comprised of five leading brands – J.R. Johnson, Cornerstone Renovation Group, Region Construction Group, Baxter Restoration, and Disaster Restoration Pros – with complementary capabilities and expertise that allow BCS to holistically service customers across the nation. Since its founding in 2018, BCS’s brands have performed work in 23 states, according to the company
Following the close of the transaction, BCS’s leadership team, led by CEO Daniel O’Brien, will join the Watterson family to drive continued growth in the business. BCS operations will run concurrently with Watterson’s.
On the transaction, Daniel O’Brien, Bassett Creek Services CEO, said in a statement: “Over the past four years, we’ve built Basset Creek Services into one of the nation’s leading restoration and renovation services platforms through our unwavering focus on consistently delivering excellence to our customers. This partnership between BCS and Watterson will allow us to build the national leader in restoration recovery services while providing continuity for our customers, brands, and employees.”
Bassett Creek Services provides restoration and renovation services for commercial and residential clients nationwide. Bassett Creek has built an industry leading track record by prioritizing efficiency, communication and quality for every client.
Based in Los Angeles, Highview Capital backs middle-market businesses.