The Hoffmann Family of Companies has acquired Tier Electric, an electrical contracting company providing commercial, construction, remodeling, and residential electrical services for Southwest Florida. Tier Electric has roughly 50 employees that service Collier, Lee, Charlotte, and Sarasota counties.
“We are excited to become part of the Hoffman Family of Companies and take part in the networking, shared resources, and energy that Dave Hoffmann has created. This is a fantastic opportunity for both Tier Electric and our employees!” expressed Doug Nelson, President of Tier Electric.
The company’s focus is on quality work, while providing exceptional customer service for every undertaking. Some of the employees have been working together for almost 30 years, and the Nelsons pride themselves on taking care of their employees.
Tier Electric has wired buildings for Moorings Park, Starbucks, Watercrest Naples ALF, NCH, Quail West, All Seasons ALF, Mercedes Benz of Naples, Ritz Carlton of Naples, Coconut Point Senior Living, FGCU, and many others.
Tier Electric will also begin servicing the existing Hoffmann Family of Companies and properties and sees another key opportunity for growth with its new Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging initiative. The company is also a TESLA Authorized Solutions Provider.
Tier Electric is the 28th business acquisition in Florida for the Hoffmann Family of Companies. The Hoffmanns remain the largest private commercial real estate owners in Naples with 33 properties, including the Dagi Place acquisition in Downtown Naples last month.
“We’re thrilled to add such a successful company to our portfolio. It’s a perfect fit for our commercial properties as well as all of our businesses,” says David Hoffmann, chairman of Hoffmann Family of Companies.
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