Pioneer Landscape Centers, a landscape and hardscape materials supply destination in the United States, announced the acquisition of Grand Materials & Supply in the company's first transaction of the year. Founded in 1986, Grand Materials & Supply is an Arizona-based distribution company that operates six stores across the Phoenix area. The acquisition solidifies Pioneer Landscape Centers as the largest full-service materials supplier (retail, contractor, wholesale, and commercial) in Arizona, and is part of Pioneer's plan to expand its presence in Colorado, Arizona and other new markets.
Grand Materials & Supply acts as a complement to Pioneer Landscape Center's current hardscapes, landscapes and outdoor living market by focusing on residential distribution of landscaping products and construction materials. With expertise in stone and related offerings, the newly acquired company sells a full suite of products ranging from outdoor lighting, pavers, cement products, decorative rock and more. The combination of two companies enhances Pioneer’s presence in the Arizona residential market and augments the customer experience by bringing a multitude of products and services together under one roof.
“Acquiring Grand Materials & Supply strengthens our position in the southwest, specifically within residential areas in the Arizona market,” said Sagi Cohen, CEO of Pioneer Landscape Centers. “Grand Materials & Supply is an innovative, relationship-oriented company that delivers a strong team and reputation, and fits effortlessly into the Pioneer Organization as we continue our push to become a household name across the country. Through this extraordinary acquisition, Pioneer's best-in-class product collection will enhance residential distribution, giving customers an easier way to make their outdoor living space the focal point of the home.”
Grand Materials & Supply—which will immediately become a Pioneer division upon finalizing the transaction—will maintain its current leadership and employees, and carry Pioneer's collateral.