Focus Investment Theme: EPCM (Engineering, Procurement, Construction Management)

Deteriorating U.S. infrastructure assets, a strong labor market, increased construction activity and the demographic need for owner succession have driven demand for EPCM firms resulting in strong business and acquisition activity in the past several years. In a study published in early 2017 by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) U.S. public infrastructure received… Keep Reading

Bow River Capital Completes Recapitalization of Midstate Energy

PRESS RELEASE – FEBRUARY 20, 2017 On February 8, 2017, Bow River Capital Partners acquired a controlling interest in Midstate Energy, LLC and select assets of Midstate Mechanical, Inc. The acquisition includes the Performance Contracting and Service Divisions of Midstate Mechanical, now collectively referred to as “Midstate Energy.” Bow River partnered with management to recapitalize… Keep Reading

Bow River Capital Completes Acquisition of RailPros

On January 3, 2017, Bow River Capital Partners along with co-investors Aberdeen Asset Management, Brooke Private Equity Associates, and an undisclosed family office, acquired controlling ownership interests in RailPros, RailPros Inspection Services and RailPros Field Services (collectively, “RailPros”). Bow River partnered with management to recapitalize the business and provide a foundation for future growth. RailPros… Keep Reading

Bow River Capital Exits Change Management Platform

Denver, CO (December 22, 2016) – Bow River Capital Partners (“Bow River”) announced today that it has exited its investment in portfolio company, Prosci, Inc., via a recapitalization with Professional Science 360 Holdings, Inc., an entity owned by Prosci’s management team and Leeds Equity Partners. Prosci’s foundation and core competencies are derived from 25 plus… Keep Reading

Bow River Capital Exits Healthcare Platform

PRESS RELEASE Denver, CO (September 23, 2016) – Bow River Capital Partners (“Bow River”) announced today that it has completed the sale of its portfolio company Professional Pediatric Home Care (“PPHC”)/Reach Pediatric Therapy (“Reach”) to PSA Healthcare (“PSA”). PPHC is a leading provider of home care services and therapy to medically fragile children and their families… Keep Reading

Analysis of Property Type Investment In Boom/Bust Cycles

September 2016 – We at Bow River Capital study real estate cycles and the best property types to buy. Various real estate product types respond differently in expansionary and recessionary cycles. We analyzed the performance of five major real estate types (hotel, multifamily, retail, industrial, and office) in the US between 1988 and 2015 to… Keep Reading

Bow River Capital Partners Closes $64 Million Private Equity Real Estate Fund

PRESS RELEASE – May 20 2016 Bow River Capital Partners, a leading lower middle market private investment firm, announced the final closing of its first dedicated real estate fund, Bow River Capital Real Estate Fund I, LP, a $64 million fund. “We are appreciative of the overwhelming support of our limited partners during this fundraising… Keep Reading

Strong-Bridge Consulting Launches Redesigned Web Presence

We are pleased to announce that Strong-Bridge Consulting has launched a redesigned website ( with an improved look and feel, focused on bringing our “EXPERIENCE MATTERS” tag line to life. The site features articles written by Strong-Bridge consultants on their unique approaches to client engagements and detailed examples of work the firm has done in our… Keep Reading

A Superior Alternative?

At Bow River we understand that investors have numerous options to consider as they ask What should I invest in? There is of course no easy answer to this question; investment decisions will be dependent on individual circumstances and risk tolerance. But we would like to highlight the long term (since 2000) performance of the… Keep Reading

2015 Year in Review

We at Bow River would sum up 2015 as an eventful and relatively challenging year for the U.S. economy and investment. The S&P 500 ended the year down 0.73%, representing its worst performance since 2008, with the DOW down 2.23%. The decline in the markets was accompanied by a rise in volatility largely due to… Keep Reading