Case FMS merges with Canada’s LFX Property Management
Case Facilities Management Solutions (Case FMS) and Landscape Effects Property Management (LFX) announced that the two companies have completed a merger. The combined company is backed by The Halifax Group, which had previously invested in Case FMS in December, 2021.
Case FMS founder and CEO Jason Case will continue as the CEO of the combined company and retains a significant ownership stake in the business. Paul St. Pierre, founder and CEO of LFX, has become a shareholder in the combined business and has joined its Board of Directors. The Case and LFX operational leadership teams will continue to oversee day-to-day operations in the U.S. and Canada, respectively.
Case said, “We’re excited to integrate Case FMS’s proprietary technology with LFX’s platform and service model in Canada. That combination promises substantial benefits for our existing and future customers on both sides of the border.”
The combined company will leverage its proprietary technology platform and managed vendor network alongside a deep field management team to offer snow management, commercial landscaping and other exterior facility services to over 21,000 sites across the U.S. and Canada.
“Together, we are confident that we can transform our industry through enhanced performance, communication, and technological upgrades, while expanding and improving our coverage and service lines to meet the evolving needs of our customers,” said St. Pierre. “We are grateful for the support of our partners and team members as we look forward to continuing to provide the exceptional service our customers have come to expect from both Case FMS and LFX.”