OUR COMPANIES

Our three Owners have been involved as Principals and Board Members in companies spanning the business services, insurance, real estate, and technology industry, with operations across Canada, the United States and Asia. In addition, we have advised on over $2 Billion in corporate transactions for some of Canada’s largest companies and government organizations.

The current and long term strategic focus of the Noverra Group of Companies is the acquisition and development of our family of Industrial and Construction Services businesses in a geography which is 6 hours door-to-door from Vancouver, British Columbia.

Our current portfolio includes the following three group companies employing approximately 425 full time employees across British Columbia, California and Colorado. We have the financial capacity and intent to continue to grow by acquiring new companies that fit our long term objectives.

BRIGHTER MECHANICAL

THORPE DESIGN

TROY FORMING CONCRETE

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Brighter Mechanical is British Columbia’s largest mechanical re-piping company. Brighter was founded in 1988 by Ray and Donna Wilde and from humble beginnings, over two generations, grew to approximately 100 staff and the leading reputation in its industry. Noverra acquired the company from second Generation Owner, Bob Vincent (Son-in-Law of the Company Founders) and his business partner, Ted McDowell, in 2012.

Brighter is the leading company in British Columbia focused on retro-fitting domestic water, heating, drainage and fire-sprinkler piping within existing tenanted buildings. We re-pipe approximately 2000 homes per year and enjoy an industry leading reputation and market share.

The senior management team at Brighter Mechanical has remained unchanged after our acquisition of the company and the President of Brighter Mechanical was developed internally over 3 years into his current position where he is responsible for the overall management of the Brighter Mechanical business.

See www.brightermechanical.com for further information.

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