PARIC Holdings announced that Interior Investments, LLC has joined the PARIC Holdings family of companies. This strategic collaboration will leverage the strengths and expertise of each organization to deliver a comprehensive suite of turnkey services to best support their customers.
Interior Investments, distinguished as a top performing Certified MillerKnoll furniture distributor, manages multiple locations throughout the Midwest. Founded in 1994 by Donald Shannon and Michael Greenberg, the company has grown to become one of the most efficient and reliable contract office furniture dealerships in the United States with annual sales of over $150 million.
PARIC Holdings operates as one of the largest privately held family businesses in multiple industry sectors, generating over $800 million in annual revenue across several construction-related industries including general construction, interior construction, electrical co-ops construction, agriculture construction, procurement services, and more. For both PARIC Holdings and Interior Investments, the true value of the partnership lies in these complementary areas of expertise.
“The evolution in the office landscape has never been more complex,” stated Donald Shannon, Co-Owner of Interior Investments. “This partnership will provide us with additional financial resources for company growth and development, while staying true to our core values to remain sustainable, durable and high-performing.”
Michael Greenberg, Co-Owner of Interior Investments added, “Innovation has never been more important to our industry, which is why this integration makes complete sense for our organization. We look forward to broadening our services and expanding into additional markets across the country.”
Kyle Lopez, who led the M&A effort for PARIC Holdings stated, “We are extremely focused on fostering growth and development for strong companies like Interior Investments. Together we will create comprehensive workplace solutions with the capacity to accelerate our overall client experience to new levels.”