Dallas-based Crux Capital, a growth-oriented private investment firm, has partnered with Shawn Clayton and Superscapes, a provider of commercial landscaping design, installation and maintenance services in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas.
Crux Capital will work closely with the company’s existing management team and Shawn Clayton, president and CEO of Superscapes, who will continue to lead the company’s future growth and evolution.
Superscapes will continue the same operational business practices that have led to its success, but with greater resources for acquisitions and organizational expansion.
“This is an exciting time for our company, our employees and our customers. Today, I have the same passion about Superscapes’ future as I did when I purchased Superscapes 13 years ago. We’ve found a great cultural fit and a committed financial partner in Crux whose focus is working with existing owners and management teams to build value over the long term,” says Clayton. “Superscapes now has access to additional resources and expertise, strategic industry relationships and operational best practices that allow us to continue investing in both our people and in Superscapes’ success, while also providing the highest levels of quality service and solutions to our customers.”
The Company’s long-term signature projects include “The Star” development in Frisco, Texas, which includes the Dallas Cowboys headquarters, the 800-acre Gates of Prosper retail development, and the Warren Buffett-backed Grandscape multi-use development in The Colony, Texas.
“We are very excited about partnering with both Shawn and the entire Superscapes team to grow the impressive platform they have built,” says Wayne Moore, managing partner of Crux Capital. “This is a highly attractive industry and we look forward to supporting the company’s next phase of growth initiatives, including strategic acquisitions. The Superscapes team has demonstrated a deep understanding of the business, detailed knowledge of the market and strong relationships with its customers and suppliers.”