NAES Corporation acquires Greenberry Industrial


NAES Corporation, a broad-based provider of services to the energy industry, today announced its acquisition of Greenberry Industrial, a nationally recognized industrial contractor, fabricator, and mechanical installation provider based in Vancouver, Wash.

As a subsidiary of the NAES Corporation, Greenberry will provide full-service industrial contracting for clients throughout the United States and Canada. The company provides all structural, civil and mechanical disciplines in industrial construction including boilermaking, civil and concrete, heavy rigging, millwright and equipment setting, pipe spooling, and steel erection.

“Greenberry provides us a platform of scale and diversification in non-union construction, fabrication and maintenance services,” said Robert E. Fishman, President and CEO of NAES. “Operating as a wholly owned subsidiary of NAES, it will expand our presence and service offerings in the oil & gas, industrial, energy, and pulp & paper markets, implementing another step of our strategic plan. Greenberry proudly maintains a distinguished record as one of the safest fabrication and field services companies in the industry, which aligns perfectly with our own commitment to safety as a core value of NAES.”

Jason Pond, Greenberry President and CEO, added, “We’re excited to be joining the NAES family. We have a unique opportunity to deliver industry-leading capabilities through our shared commitment to quality and safety. NAES enjoys a leading position in the energy services market, and we’re enthusiastic about bringing our fabrication and field services to their portfolio of clients.”

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