The Lemoine Company, a Baton Rouge, La.-based full-service construction management and disaster recovery firm, acquired a financial interest in DCMC Partners, a Washington, D.C.-based leader in crisis management and disaster recovery operational support, hazard mitigation and grants management.
This transaction is part of Lemoine’s strategy to strengthen its position as a global leader in the emergency preparedness, disaster recovery and resilience industry.
Founded in 2015 by Barry Scanlon, Mark Merritt and Andrew Sachs, DCMC Partners is a leader in providing crisis management services, including disaster recovery operations support, long-term recovery organization development, strategic advice, hazard mitigation expertise, grants management and business continuity planning. The company and its leadership team has managed response and recovery efforts for nearly every historic disaster in the past 25 years.
leaders in the crisis management and disaster recovery industry for the past 25 years. The firm recently served as the lead disaster recovery advisor to Puerto Rico after Hurricanes Irma and Maria, in addition to several other active recovery efforts throughout the country.
The two companies have a combined workforce of nearly 650 employees located throughout the U.S. DCMC’s leadership team will remain in place and will work collaboratively with Lemoine to serve its customers and identify additional growth opportunities.
Led by CEO Lenny Lemoine, The Lemoine Company is one of the most respected full-service general contracting and construction management firms in the nation, constructing and managing projects ranging from minor interior renovations to some of the most complex commercial, educational, health care, public and industrial landmarks.
It is a Bernhard Capital Partners portfolio company.