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Henry Company, focuses on Building Envelope Systems, has acquired TQ3 North America, Inc. based in Fairfield, NJ, a technology leader in fluid applied waterproofing systems.
The strategic acquisition of TQ3 reinforces the core business of Henry Building Envelope Systems and enhances the ability to deliver custom waterproofing solutions for the benefit of the building owner, architect, contractor and occupant. TQ3 fluid applied systems utilize leading-edge technology, offering clients a comprehensive range of application-specific solutions. TQ3 systems incorporate a range of chemistries including hybrid polyurethanes, polyurea, PMMA and epoxies to provide quick-setting, durable and long-lasting waterproofing solutions. The TQ3 business is further enhanced by its Technical Services Division, which rents, operates and manages spray-applied waterproofing projects.
Visit the TQ3 web site here: http://www.tq-3.com/
“This acquisition strengthens our Building Envelope Systems portfolio of products and allows us to provide enhanced waterproofing solutions for our customers,” said Frank Ready, CEO of Henry Company. “We are excited to have TQ3 as part of the Henry family and are looking forward to providing customers with these innovative waterproofing technologies.”
Aidan Bradley, Founder and President TQ3 North America, Inc. said: “The TQ3 team is energized by the opportunity to join Henry®. The acquisition will accelerate the expansion of the innovative TQ3 brands such as Pumadeq, Prodeq, and Dundeq waterproofing systems that are designed to protect and enhance the building envelope. Being part of Henry will provide a solid platform for future growth outside of the New York Metro area, where we have become an established leader in the waterproofing industry.”