Bryan Livingston is managing director and CEO of Capital Alliance Corporation, which he joined in 1995. He is also the global leader of the Oaklins' (formerly M&A International, Inc.) Construction and Engineering Services industry group, which Bryan founded in 2004.
His primary responsibility at Capital Alliance is providing merger and acquisition advisory services to shareholders of middle market companies, with an emphasis on construction and engineering service providers throughout North America. He has completed transactions for oil and gas pipeline construction, oil and gas pipeline support services, utility scale electrical construction, mechanical and plumbing construction, industrial automation manufacturing services, and minerals mining and processing clients.
Bryan has ongoing projects in the fields of energy infrastructure construction and engineering, electrical transmission & distribution, and environmental engineering and remediation services.
He began his professional career as a U.S. Navy Submarine Force officer after completing nuclear power training. Leaving active duty in 1983, he provided engineering and project management consulting services for the OHIO and SEAWOLF Class submarine design, construction and maintenance programs.
Bryan designed and developed a line of acoustical construction products and founded and operated a successful specialty construction contractor. A Steelcase Design Partnership company later recruited him, where he led national sales, product development and vertical market business development efforts in office furniture and construction materials.
A 1978 graduate of the United States Naval Academy, Bryan holds an MBA in business administration and international marketing from George Washington University. He and his wife Barbara are the parents of three daughters, two of whom are identical twins.
- Initiated and negotiated the sale of Precision Pipeline LLC, a transcontinental oil and natural gas pipeline contractor, to MasTec, Inc., in a transaction valued at $203 million, with a five-year earn-out schedule expected to generate an additional $50 million for the Precision shareholders
- Initiated and negotiated, in partnership with Veracap M&A International of Calgary, AB, the sale of Canadian construction company Parkland Pipeline Contractors, Ltd. to Tetra Tech, Inc.
- Initiated and negotiated the sale of Energy Erectors, Inc. to MasTec, Inc., in a transaction valued at $30 million
- Initiated and negotiated the recapitalization of Indianhead Pipeline Services, Inc. by Strait Lane Capital Partners and Main Street Capital.