13. oktober 2021

Recover has acquired the Norwegian company Byggmester Rygg og Myrland AS

Recover, the market leader for non-discretionary property remediation and environmental services in the Nordics have strengthened it’s position in Norway, Rogaland, through the acquisition of Byggmester Rygg og Myrland in Stavanger.

Byggmester Rygg og Myrland is a solid property damage remediation and construction company with over 30 employees. The management of the company has worked with damage control and the insurance industry since 1999. The company was founded in 2013 and has since then worked primarily with insurance companies. However, the company also carries out small and large assignments for property owners and housing associations in Stavanger and Sandnes.

«The company has delivered good results over a long period of time, thanks to the experienced management, committed and knowledgeable employees and satisfied customers. We are happy that the owners will continue in their current positions and that they have invested in Recover alongside EQT and the Recover management. We look forward welcoming the company's employees and their expertise to the Recover Group ", says CEO of Recover Norway, Vegar Kristoffersen in a comment.

"I look forward to continuing to develop the company and the offering to the market as part of the Recover Group. We will continue to be a local, safe and quality-conscious partner in damage and craft services, while we have access to increased resources and the opportunity to expand the offer in the market ", says Ernst Andre Berge, Managing Director, Byggmester Rygg og Myrland AS

Byggmester Rygg og Myrland will operate as an independent company in the Recover group.

Recover Group
Recover is the clear market leader for non-discretionary property remediation and environmental services in the Nordics.

Headquartered in Oslo, Norway and with more than 2800 employees in Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland, Recover provide emergency property remediation services to help mitigate the impact of water and fire damage, to help prevent and reduce the costs associated with extreme weather conditions, and to make cities safer by maintaining mission-critical infrastructure.

The company completed more than 120,000 assignments in 2020 and has a strong sustainability agenda. Supporting the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Recover believe that the ability to deliver societal impact as well as resource efficiency, is vital to future-proofing the business and to the company’s long-term success.