Omnibuild acquires CAVA

NEW YORK, N.Y. – (November 11, 2015) – Omnibuild Construction Inc., (Omnibuild) a leading mid-size construction management company in New York City, announced today it is acquiring Cava Construction & Development Inc. (Cava).

The combined companies, which will begin operating immediately under the Omnibuild brand, will employ over 100 professionals and is projecting over $200 million in revenues in 2015. The new management team will be led by Peter Serpico, Chief Executive Officer and John Mingione, Chief Operating Officer. Including this acquisition, Omnibuild now has 16 major projects underway in the New York metropolitan area, including the Hilton Garden Inn at 6 Water Street, the Courtyard Marriott at 133 Greenwich Street, and the Doubletree Hotel at 350 West 40th Street.

“This acquisition merges two great brands into a single company and expands our ability to compete for larger and more complex construction projects,” said John Mingione, Chief Operating Officer of Omnibuild. “The two companies have worked together on many projects, and we believe operating together under one brand, Omnibuild, will give us a strategic advantage in accessing top construction talent and enhance our ability to compete in the New York marketplace.”

“We are very excited about Omnibuild’s future and the opportunity it presents to our clients and employees,” said Peter Serpico, who was appointed the Chief Executive Officer by Mingione. “Omnibuild is now one of the leading mid-sized firms in New York, managing both new, out-of-the-ground, high-rise construction projects and multi-level renovations in existing buildings. We have enjoyed great success as JV partners on various previous projects, and now as one company, we will be able to pursue a more focused growth strategy that will benefit the entire Omnibuild team.”

The combined enterprise has built or renovated more than two and a half million square feet of commercial and residential space in the city, focusing primarily on hospitality and multi-tenant buildings.