Okay Construction Overview

  • Year Founded
  • 1951

Year Founded

  • Status
  • Acquired/​Merged

  • Latest Deal Type
  • M&A

  • Financing Rounds
  • 1

Okay Construction General Information


Provider of construction services for federal, state, municipal and investor-owned utility agencies.

Contact Information

Formerly Known As
Fransen Brother's Construction
Ownership Status
Financing Status
Corporate Backed or Acquired
Primary Industry
Energy Infrastructure
Corporate Office
  • 9774 18th Street West
  • Princeton, MN 55371
  • United States

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Okay Construction Valuation & Funding

Deal Type Date Amount Valuation/
Post-Val Status Debt

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Okay Construction FAQs

  • When was Okay Construction founded?

    Okay Construction was founded in 1951.

  • Where is Okay Construction headquartered?

    Okay Construction is headquartered in Princeton, MN.

  • What industry is Okay Construction in?

    Okay Construction’s primary industry is Energy Infrastructure.

  • Is Okay Construction a private or public company?

    Okay Construction is a Private company.

  • What is Okay Construction’s current revenue?

    The current revenue for Okay Construction is 000000.

  • When was Okay Construction acquired?

    Okay Construction was acquired on 22-Apr-2002.

  • Who acquired Okay Construction?

    Okay Construction was acquired by Quanta Services.

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