Bryan K. Livingston is a Senior Vice President and Principal of Capital Alliance Corporation and Global Head of the M&A International, Inc. Construction and Engineering Services industry group.
His primary responsibility at Capital Alliance is providing mergers & acquisitions advisory services to the shareholders of middle market companies, with an emphasis on construction and engineering services providers throughout North America. He has completed transactions for mechanical & plumbing construction services, industrial sand mining, electrical contracting, oil & gas pipeline construction, and oil & gas pipeline support services clients.
Bryan has ongoing projects in the fields of heavy civil construction and engineering, energy infrastructure construction and engineering, electrical transmission & distribution, industrial automation manufacturing services, aerospace manufacturing, environmental engineering and remediation services, and deregulated energy retail sales.
He began his professional career as a US 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 went on to design and develop a line of acoustical construction products and to found and operate 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, he holds a Master's degree in Business Administration and International Marketing from the George Washington University.
- Initiated and negotiated the sale of Precision Pipeline, a transcontinental oil and natural gas pipeline contractor, to MasTec, Inc., in a transaction valued at $203 million, with a five-year earnout schedule expected to generate an additional $50 million for the Precision shareholders.
- Initiated and negotiated the buyout of Las Vegas-based Interstate Plumbing and Air Conditioning to a national private equity firm for nearly $40 million shortly before the end of the Nevada residential boom.