A committed player in the circular economy since its creation in 2013, Deltamod gives a second life to modular buildings by reconditioning them and second-hand sales. Operational know-how combined with additional services such as dismantling, transport, reinstallation and recovery of old modular units, proof of a unique maturity in this reuse market. Faced with the many challenges of the 'construction' sector in understanding the end of a building's life, Deltamod's offer, based on the reuse of modules, makes it a pioneer and essential player in the circular economy and sustainable development. By way of illustration, Deltamod has just delivered to a public establishment in Ile de France, in just ten months, a building of 1m² of modular offices resulting from the refurbishment of two modular buildings from PSA and Sanofi.
Based in Nort-sur-Erdre, the group is mainly active in the West and North of France. The success of the company is based on the entrepreneurial spirit of its founders Pierre Visonneau and James Moutaouadhia who remain invested capitalistically and operationally in the group. They are supported by a loyal team of around 30 collaborators who design and build tailor-made buildings by combining existing modules, thus guaranteeing exceptional quality of service and delivery times. Proof of its development, Deltamod has just finalized the construction of its new 3000m² factory which will be inaugurated in May 2022. This industrial tool should enable it to achieve a turnover of more than 8 million euros for the financial year. 2021/2022.
With this industrial merger, the GSCM Group continues to strengthen its position in the dynamic modular building market by offering additional services to its customers, including those for the purchase, replacement and maintenance of installations. Within the framework of the RE 2020 regulations, the law on the circular economy and the EPR, this acquisition broadens the range of sustainable solutions offered by the group. GSCM's national geographic presence and its critical size represent assets for extending Deltamod's rapid development.
Eric Aurenche, Chairman of the GSCM Group, said: "The acquisition of Deltamod is a strong signal of our ambitions in terms of reuse and sustainable development for the years to come."
Pierre Visonneau and James Moutaouadhia, co-founders of Deltamod, said: "This opportunity to join the GSCM Group marks a new stage in the development of Deltamod and positions the modular circular economy on a national scale."
Stanislas Gaillard, Partner at Equistone, said: "We are proud to accompany and support GSCM in this acquisition, allowing it to strengthen its positions in a buoyant market."
This acquisition marks the continuation of the proactive and ambitious external growth policy led by Chairman Eric Aurenche and supported by Equistone Partners Europe since the Group's entry into the capital in July 2021.