Traffic Control and Flagging Firm in CO Central Mountains
The business is largely recession proof and offers many lifestyle benefits to its owners, as a mountain- and infrastructure-based enterprise.
This firm offers detailed, computerized traffic control plans to public and private entities, mostly as a sub-contractor to construction companies doing the primary work. It supplies the planning concept, labor and special equipment needed to carry out each assignment. The company has a storage lot for equipment, but no formal office. The two owners operate mostly out of their personal vehicles. They lease employee-owned vehicles to supplement their fleet.
This is one of just a handful of traffic flow, control and safety services companies actively working in Colorado central mountain markets, just north and south of I-70. Because there are so few, there is a great opportunity here. A new owner, however, should plan to live in the central mountain area near the business.
One of two owners is retiring. One not retiring willing to work for a new owner.
Sellers will train and assist new owner as needed.
None. The business is home-based
An ideal new owner will possess not only those skills directly related to the general management and leadership of the company’s financial and business operations, but through the transition from the current owners will gain insight to the management of specific work zones, including traffic control engineering, contract bidding and negotiations, labor management, and working with local, county and state authorities.
There are few competitors, but each is most likely well-entrenched.
The current high demand for this service should continue until the U.S. catches up with improvements to aging road infrastructure. Currently specialized in county and municipal roadways - Additional meaningful growth opportunities exist with geographic expansion in the region, diversification of services, and expanded participation in the growing number of large state and federal highway projects in the region.
Continued expansion even further west of Grand Junction toward the popular recreational area that stretches toward Moab, Utah, offers increased future growth sectors with year-round infrastructure projects.
Cash plus Seller Financing