Investment group RD Capital Partners (RDCP) has completed the acquisition of Southampton-based construction firm Su-Fix Precast, which grows the value of RDCP Group to over £100million.
Established in 2015 by Sameer Rizvi and Iryna Dubylovska, RDCP has experienced impressive growth since its inception and is one of the fastest growing private companies in the UK. The acquisition of Southampton-based Su-Fix Precast is the firm’s fourth acquisition this year and means RDCP now control over £100million of investments in the healthcare, hospitality, engineering and real estate sectors in the UK.
Headquartered in Southampton, Su-Fix Precast was established in 2001 and specialises in the design, supply and installation of precast concrete floors and stairs for a vast range of nationwide clients. Its product range includes beam and block flooring, eco-flooring, pre-cast stairs, hollowcare flooring and bespoke products. Su-Fix Precast employs 24 staff and has a turnover of over £5million.
Sameer Rizvi, CEO and Founder of RDCP explains: “We are delighted to have acquired Su-Fix Precast, a well-established business with fantastic prospects and one that we believe has a very exciting future. We look forward to working closely with Adam Smith and the Su-Fix Precast team to deliver continued growth.
I am also pleased to share that we have successfully achieved our goal of growing RDCP Group’s value to over £100 million in our first five years of business. We did this without selling any equity. And more importantly, we did this without raising a fund and taking on outside capital. This makes me extremely proud. I cannot think of a single business or investment fund that has grown organically in this way.
During this time of uncertainty created by the pandemic, I am particularly glad that we are in a fortunate position to be able to offer support to businesses in multiple sectors across the UK. In fact, Su-Fix Precast has enjoyed an excellent track record and demonstrated resilience and a healthy profitability during this challenging period. We will draw upon our collective experiences of working with businesses in this sector, to support Su-Fix Precast’s management in growing the company over the coming years and strengthening their client base even further.“
RDCP’s financial & debt advisor on this transaction was Neil Sharp of TML Finance & Advisory. Legal advice was provided by Faisal Dhalla and Kirsty Odell from Hempsons.