Headquartered in Nottingham, UK, Phenna Group’s aim is to invest in and partner with selected niche, independent Testing, Inspection, Certification and Compliance (TICC) companies that serve a variety of sectors, ensuring customers’ peace of mind by delivering first class assurance services. This is the Group’s second acquisition of 2021 and also our second in the Electrical testing and inspection sector.
Facit Testing was established over 40 years ago and has over recent years built a reputation as one of the most trusted specialist electrical services companies in East Anglia. Today, the business offers an extensive range of electrical testing solutions to clients across the domestic, commercial, industrial and public sectors. The Company’s current portfolio of testing services includes fixed wire installations, lightning, emergency lighting, fire alarms, thermal imaging, microwave leakage and PAT testing.
Brian Impleton, Managing Director of Facit commented, “I am hugely excited to be joining the Phenna Group and look forward to working with Paul and his team to drive the future growth of the company. Since deciding to seek a partner, it was obvious from the first meeting with Phenna Group that they shared our vision for the business. They have remained professional and easy to deal with throughout the process and I look forward to developing our relationship and expanding the business over the next few years”
Paul Barry, Group CEO of Phenna Group said: “I am delighted that Brian and his team will be joining Phenna Group. From the very first time I met Brian, I was positively impressed by his energy, drive and passion for the business, which resonated well with the culture and values of Phenna Group. Facit Testing fits closely with our strategy of creating a differentiated group of niche TICC businesses and I’m looking forward to working with Brian to help deliver their very ambitious growth plans..”
Phenna Group were advised by Avonhurst (London) and Johnston Carmichael (Edinburgh).
Facit Testing Limited were advised by Benchmark International (Manchester), Schofield Sweeney LLP (Huddersfield) and Steve Pye & Co. Chartered Accountants (Norwich).