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Integrated Water Services acquires Hyperion International Technologies

  • Integrated Water Services acquires Hyperion International Technologies

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Integrated Water Services
Integrated Water Services, Inc. was started in 2003 focused on implementing turn-key solutions for water and wastewater treatment.

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Integrated Water Services, a leading provider of water and wastewater treatment solutions, has announced its acquisition of Hyperion, a well-known developer of industrial control systems for the water sector. IWS, in partnership with Sciens Water, has acquired 100% of the equity of Hyperion.

The acquisition of Hyperion expands IWS's product and service solutions, advances its digital services strategy and places the company at the forefront of water treatment equipment and service providers in North America.

Hyperion, headquartered in Austin, TX, provides control systems and engineering services for industrial and municipal clients in the water and wastewater treatment markets. The company specializes in designing and supplying equipment for process and control projects, as well as commissioning and supporting industrial and municipal plant owners. 

The acquisition of Hyperion expands IWS's product and service solutions

Scott Johnson, General Manager of Hyperion, stated, "We are thrilled to join forces with IWS. We see this as an excellent opportunity to build something special while protecting the environment and conserving water as a precious resource."

"Hyperion marks a significant milestone in establishing itself as a leading water infrastructure equipment and services provider in North America," said Rick Barrett, CEO of Integrated Water Services. "Hyperion’s capabilities strengthen our technology, high-quality products, and expert field installation offerings, allowing us to provide customers with a streamlined and comprehensive service."

As a result of the acquisition, Scott Johnson will take over from Al Ouchie as the head of Hyperion, who will retire after a planned transition period. 

“Acquiring Hyperion is the next step in IWS’s broader strategy to scale production of wastewater reuse technologies,” said Alexander Loucopoulos, Partner at Sciens Water. “IWS is bringing a fully integrated MBR product to market and offering one of the best wastewater treatment solutions in the middle market.”

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