Environmental and energy infrastructure specialist, Adler and Allan, has expanded its range of specialist environmental services with the acquisition of drainage experts, Jet Aire Services.
Based in Leeds, Jet Aire Services is a leading UK drainage service provider in the North of England with over 170 employees and a broad range of services including drain, sewer clearing and cleaning, CCTV surveys, remedials, patch and specialist linings, waste removal and tankering. With over 35 years’ experience, Jet Aire Services helps customers in a variety of sectors including: water utilities, manufacturing, construction, housing, and local government.
Speaking about the acquisition, Darren Pavan, Managing Director, Jet Aire Services, said: “We are excited to be joining the Adler and Allan group. With challenging regulations in many sectors together with more dramatic weather patterns causing frequent flooding events, there is an increased risk of sewage incidents impacting the environment. As part of the Adler and Allan Group we will be able to bring our vital drainage services to more customers across the UK.”
Adler and Allan provides environmental and energy infrastructure services to reduce risk through managing assets through the full lifecycle, including design, planned preventative maintenance, upgrade, decommissioning and response.
This latest move by the company follows a series of strategic acquisitions earlier in the year which included, industrial drainage specialist Oneline Surveys.
Henrik Pedersen, Managing Director, Adler and Allan, commented: “This is our second acquisition in the drainage services area within the last year and is a further step in the Group’s ambitious growth plans. This acquisition enables us to help more customers, with a broader range of environmental challenges in the built environment. With this latest acquisition, we are cementing our position as the first-choice environmental partner to expertly manage our customer’s underground assets through the full lifecycle.”
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