RedZone Robotics Lands $25M Investment
RedZone Robotics Inc., a designer and manufacturer of wastewater inspection technologies and related analytical solutions for municipalities, contractors and engineering companies, has announced a $25 million investment by ABS Capital Partners Inc., a leading growth equity investor.
RedZone will use the funds to continue to expand its product set and geographic reach.
As a result of the financing, ABS Capital general partners Bobby Goswami and Laura Witt will join RedZone’s board of directors. “Most municipalities and wastewater agencies do not have the funding required to resolve all of their infrastructure problems. It is critical that they have a good complete understanding of the system so as to make fact-based decisions when allocating constrained capital and operating dollars in their quest to provide services and comply with regulatory demands. We are seeing
municipalities save money and really benefit from our cutting-edge solutions that enable them to proactively manage their wastewater infrastructure,” said CEO Eric Close. “This investment will help expand the number of communities we can assist, ensuring these communities can best use their funds to maintain their infrastructure and protect their environment.”
Today’s wastewater managers are tasked with making critical decisions about their valuable collection system assets while being limited by insufficient technologies, time, funding, and resources. The EPA estimates that
“The fact that municipalities are pressured to provide expected services while coping with deteriorating infrastructure, constrained budgets as well as an imperative to maintain high environmental standards means there is a huge pain point that RedZone is addressing,” said Bobby Goswami of ABS Capital. “We were completely impressed by the unique way the Company had addressed these important problems. We’re looking forward to watching RedZone’s continued rapid growth.”
Today, RedZone serves customers globally spanning large and small municipalities and wastewater agencies, as well as regional and national engineering firms.