Vortex Companies logoHouston-based The Vortex Companies , a leading trenchless rehabilitation industry solutions provider, has completed the acquisition of VacVision Environmental, a trenchless infrastructure and service contractor.


Located in South Carolina and Florida, VacVision will significantly bolster Vortex’s presence in the Southeast. VacVision specializes in providing advanced trenchless technologies and field experience essential for civil infrastructure inspection, repair and rehabilitation.  VacVision’s staff possesses more than 200 years of combined executive experience in the industry and maintains a fleet of state-of-the-art equipment to deliver long-term, high quality solutions to damaged and deteriorated water and sewer systems.

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“We’ve always believed VacVision shared our approach to delivering a broad range of turnkey trenchless solutions,” said. announced Mike Vellano, CEO of Vortex. “Its experience, coupled with an excellent reputation, adds immediate value to the Vortex suite of offerings.”

Over the next few months, Vortex will begin integrating VacVision services and personnel into the Vortex family, for what promises to be an exciting addition to the growing presence of the Vortex Companies brand and strength in the Southeastern United States.

“We are extremely excited to be a part of the Vortex family of companies,” added Wes Kingery, managing partner at VacVision.  “Over the last few years our two companies have partnered on several large-scale projects where we were able to combine our experience and services with great success.”

The Vortex Companies has quickly grown to be one of the leading trenchless solution providers in the water, sewer and industrial marketplace.  Its suite of services includes turnkey bypass and dewatering, large diameter structural relining, pipe bursting and slip lining, structural and corrosion protection, trenchless robotic systems, pipe and drain cleaners and industrial facility maintenance and renewal.


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