Jan 18, 2021

AQUALIS Acquires Weeks Utility Services, Inc.

AQUALIS announced it has acquired the assets of Weeks Utility Services, Inc., a Florida-based company headquartered in Jacksonville.

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AQUALIS, a portfolio company of DFW Capital Partners and the leading national provider in comprehensive water management services, announced it has acquired the assets of Weeks Utility Services, Inc., a Florida-based company headquartered in Jacksonville delivering wastewater and storm water lift station and pumping services to commercial and industrial end markets.

Over the last year, AQUALIS has invested in the expansion of its lift station service line, which includes preventative maintenance, inspection, repairs and rehabilitation to storm water and sanitary lift stations or sump pumps, according to the press release. The acquisition of Weeks Utility Services serves as the lift station platform in the Southeast for AQUALIS, allowing the organization to provide best-in-class, self-performing services.

Richard Matero, CEO of AQUALIS, said, “As one of the largest lift station providers in Duval County and the surrounding area, Weeks Utility Services, strengthens our expertise in the lift station and pump management services field as well as bolstering our regional support in the Florida region.”

“Weeks Utility Services brings a deep level of lift station expertise and regionalized support in the Northeast Florida market to the AQUALIS team,” said Richard Weeks, President of Weeks Utility Services. “I am excited to help foster the expansion of this service line to all AQUALIS customers through the quality service for which we are known today.”

“This is an exciting acquisition for AQUALIS,” added DeVer Warner of DFW Capital Partners in the press release. “Weeks Utility Services solely focuses on lift station and pump services, a service line that we have continued to grow over the past year. This acquisition greatly deepens our lift station and pump services reach, as we remain focused on broadening AQUALIS’ services in critical watershed areas throughout the U.S.”