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Investment giant buys Bristol M&E contractor

RDCP Infrastructure is a part of investment firm RDCP Group which controls £370m of assets in the UK.

RDCP Infrastructure is the group’s construction arm employing 260 full-time staff offering “fully integrated delivery of complex construction projects featuring engineering solutions across key building and infrastructure sectors.”

The ACES deal sees RDCP take a 90% stake in the £15m turnover business which is a leading South-West mechanical and engineering firm that has been trading for over 30 years.

ACES Managing Director Stephen Sage will continue in his role following the acquisition and work closely with the RDCP Infrastructure team to grow the business further.

Sameer Rizvi, Founder & CEO of RDCP Group explained: “The acquisition of ACES brings a high quality, growth-focused construction business to RDCP Infrastructure.

“It is a well-established and highly respected business with a strong management team. Their impressive client list includes high profile names including Galliford Try, the Ministry of Defence (MOD) and NHS.”

Stephen Sage, Managing Director ACES added: ““Joining RDCP is the next step in the evolution of ACES into a stronger regional M&E engineering business.

“Sameer and his team will enhance the professional service already offered by ACES and open new opportunities for growth and expansion.”