The Berg Group is pleased to announce the acquisition of digg, the interior construction division of Corporate Interior Systems (CIS). With this transition, The Berg Group will oversee all DIRTT account activity in the Arizona market as their newest and most uniquely positioned specialty contractor in the prefabrication and modular construction market.
“We are excited to move forward in partnership with Corporate Interior Systems | digg and DIRTT to serve the Arizona construction market,” said Ron Johnson, CEO of the Berg Group. ”We have been working with clients from our Phoenix location since 2008 and this transition will allow our clients the benefits of developing projects through the convergence of traditional, offsite prefab and engineered modular construction solutions to create environments to meet their current and future needs.”
“CIS is excited to announce this acquisition with a strategic alliance to transition future DIRTT opportunities and projects to The Berg Group from digg,” stated Lisa Johnson, President and CEO of Corporate Interior Systems. Over the past nine years, digg/CIS has been a part of the significant growth and adoption of DIRTT prefabricated construction in Arizona and is grateful for the opportunities and relationships that have resulted from this partnership. As prefab demand continues to accelerate, it is apparent that to meet the needs in Arizona, an all-encompassing general contractor is critical to successfully implement DIRTT solutions as an integrated partner. Johnson further stated, “As this acquisition progresses, we look forward to continuing to work with The Berg Group and their clients on any furniture-related needs.”
The Berg Group will continue to work with CIS during this transition period to ensure client confidence in all existing projects.
If you have any questions regarding this change or are interested in learning more about how The Berg Group and DIRTT construction systems can benefit your new or existing construction project, contact Scott Lawrence at [email protected]