By Anna Hrushka  – Reporter, Pacific Business News


Premier Restoration Hawaii opened its first facility on the Big Island, an expansion that includes a planned investment of close to $500,000 in new equipment and human resources over the next three months.

The company, which was acquired by Honolulu-based private equity firm Koa Capital Partners in 2016, is a locally owned and operated restoration and reconstruction company operating on Oahu, Maui and now the Big Island.

“We have a number of statewide strategic accounts that have begged us to have a full-time presence on Hawaii Island – now we can fulfill that promise with a fully functioning team with all the needed restoration service resources,” Anthony Nelson, partner and senior vice president of operations of Premier Restoration Hawaii, said in a statement.

Formerly Maui Fire & Flood, Premier Restoration Hawaii has more than 150 employees and offers solutions for water, fire, wind and mold damage.

“As part of our ongoing strategy of becoming the first statewide restoration company, we are excited to see the robust growth on Oahu and Maui, and now look to the island of Hawaii as our next step,” Bob Egbert, partner and senior vice president of sales of Premier Restoration Hawaii, said in a statement.

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