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Construction Management for Healthcare & Industrial Markets

Owners will stay on board for 3-5 years!

CASH FLOW
$1,505,559

Specifications

  • Price
    $3,600,000

  • Revenue
    $12,572,410

  • Cash Flow
    $1,505,559

  • Location
    Southeast Pennsylvania

  • Service Area
    Primarily within 50-mile radius of Reading, PA

  • Intangible Assets
    Large number of repeat customers and word-of-mouth referrals

  • Equipment
    Equipment: 1 skid loader: $18,550 Vehicles: 18 trucks: $538,869; 4 passenger vehicles: $202,889

  • Employees
    24 FT + 2 PT: 2 Owners, 5 Project Managers, 17 FT office staff, field employees, & carpenters, 1 PT admin, 1 PT summer staff

  • Reason for Sale
    Approaching retirement

The owners of this Southeastern Pennsylvania Construction Management company will stay on board for 3-5 years! Well-established for over 40 years, they serve a diverse customer base covering an array of industries. Typically, they have healthcare projects running, with three individuals on staff who are certified healthcare constructors. They work within several general industrial markets, such as the food industry, with clients in snack food, dairy, and meat production, as well as industrial clients in various other production facilities. In addition to that core work, they serve general commercial business needs, including office and retail space.   They offer pre-construction services (site analysis/selection, project budget development, project planning & scheduling, land development coordination, etc.), along with complete construction management services, and post-occupancy follow-up and maintenance contracts, making sure each project is guided from beginning to end. Tracking approximately 400 projects per year, a large portion of their business is from repeat clients, generally over 60% annually, with some customers having 25-year tenure with the company.

 

The company’s staff works out of a leased 26,000 sq. foot industrial building, which includes 18,500 sq. ft. of warehouse, storage, and woodshop area. Along with the 2 owners, who oversee daily operations, office management, and accounting, the team consists of 5 Project Managers and 17 full-time office staff, field employees, and carpenters. 18 trucks, 4 passenger vehicles, and a skid loader make up $760k in assets.

 

Priced at $3,600,000, this business is in a prime position for growth. Increasing advertising would capture more market share and would expand this company’s footprint far and wide. A 12.5% down payment of $450,000 returns $472,858 in the first year after debt payments – a 105% return on investment!

Services

Pre-Construction Services

  • Site Analysis / Selection
  • Due Diligence Assistance
  • Feasibility Studies
  • Project Budget Development
  • Construction Estimating Services
  • Construction Management Services
  • Project Planning & Scheduling
  • Value Engineering & Life Cycle Costing
  • Design-Build Services
  • Design Phase Coordination
  • Land Development Coordination
  • Permit Acquisitions

Construction Services

  • Traditional Construction Services
  • Integrated Project Delivery
  • Design Build Services
  • Construction Management Services

Post-Construction Services

  • Post Occupancy Follow-up & Support
  • Maintenance

 

Income Analysis

Business Highlights

  • Year Established: 1977
  • Location:  Reading, Pennsylvania
  • Service Area:  Primarily within 50-mile radius of Reading, PA
  • Services: General contracting, construction management, post-construction services
  • Clients: Municipal, Industrial, Educational, Healthcare, General Commercial 
  • Certifications: 1 owner is a registered architect, 3 on staff are certified healthcare constructors
  • Lease: 26,000 sq. ft. industrial building; 7,500 sq. ft. area for offices, 18,500 sq. ft. for warehouse, storage, woodshop
  • Reason for Selling: Approaching retirement
  • Personnel: 24 FT + 2 PT: 2 Owners, 5 Project Managers, 17 FT office staff, field employees, & carpenters, 1 PT admin, 1 PT summer staff
  • Seller Training Period: 3-5 years if desired
  • Growth Opportunities: Expand advertising efforts to increase market share
    • Current Owners’ Responsibilities: Owner 1: President, oversees daily operations; Owner 2: Office Manager, Accounting:

    Financial Highlights

    • List Price: $3,600,000

    • 2021 Annualized Cash Flow: $1,505,599

    *amounts may vary

    Cash Flow Analysis

    Description of Financial StatementP&L Statement
    Aug 2020-Jan 2021
    Tax Return
    Accrual
    Tax Return
    Accrual
    Tax Return
    Accrual
    Tax Return
    Accrual
    Notes
    20212020201920182017
    GROSS SALES$6,286,205$6,365,756$8,156,258$20,153,290$12,874,050
    Annualized$12,572,410$9,548,634
    Net Income Shown on Financial Statement$755,925$137,677$161,553$54,280$194,303
    ADDBACKS
    Compensation to Owner$113,980$149,942$224,913$396,715$342,940Owner 1
    Other Unrelated Salaries$113,980$187,662$281,494$447,715$294,940Owner 2
    11% Tax on total W2 Salaries$25,076$37,136$55,705$92,887$70,167
    Depreciation$76,136$89,113$99,600$104,368$134,817
    Interest$885$1,005$2,054$1,578$1,220
    Contributions$15,000$15,270$17,950$6,628$23,724
    Replacement 1$-55,000$-73,333$-110,000$-110,000$-110,000Owner 2
    Replacement 2$-32,500$-43,333$-65,000$-65,000$-65,000Owner 1
    Owner's Life Insurance$15,000$20,000$30,000$30,000$30,000$15k per owner
    Owner's Auto Lease$14,000$18,666$28,000$28,000$28,000$14k per owner
    401k - Owner 1$4,559$5,998$8,997$15,869$13,7184% Owner 1
    401k - Owner 2$4,559$7,506$11,260$17,909$11,7984% Owner 2
    PPP Loan$-298,800$0$0$0$0
    TOTAL ADDBACKS$-3,125$415,632$584,973$966,669$776,324
    Seller's Cash Flow = Total Addbacks + Net Income$752,800$553,309$746,526$1,020,949$970,627
    Annualized
    Profit Margin11.98 %8.68 %9.15 %5.07 %7.54 %
    • COVID caused a down year, which has been completely corrected, proven by the year-over-year comparison shown above of August 2019-January 2020 vs. August 2020-January 2021.

       

    • Fluctuations in revenue from 2017-2019: It’s best to look at it as a 3-year average based on billing cycles and project completion. Staff stayed the same and worked more volume.

       

    • Expenses can get paid in one year, then the next year all of the profits are realized, which is what can lead to high revenue going along with low profit margins.

     

    Clients

    • Municipal
    • Industrial
    • Educational
    • Healthcare
    • General Commercial

    Specific information regarding clients is available upon the receipt of a signed Non-Disclosure Agreement.

    Services

    • General Contractor
    • Construction Management
    • Post-Construction Services

    Personnel

    • 2 Owners
      • Owner 1: President, oversees daily operations of the business
      • Owner 2: Office Manager, Accounting Management
    • 5 Project Managers
    • 17 Office Staff, Field Employees, Carpenters
    • 1 PT Admin Staff
    • 1 PT Summer Staff

    Growth Opportunities

    • Expand advertising efforts to increase market share

    Valuation

    Funding Example

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    $3,600,000

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    Conclusions

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