Cleveland Company Purchases Two Michigan Street Sweeping Firms

Two Michigan power sweeping companies have been acquired by Cleveland-based Sweeping Corp. of America. Terms of the transactions were not disclosed.
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Superior Sweeping Services parking lot sweeping
Superior Sweeping Services and West Michigan Sweepers, both in Michigan, have been acquired by Sweeping Corp. of America in Cleveland. // Photo courtesy of Superior Sweeping Services

Two Michigan power sweeping companies have been acquired by Cleveland-based Sweeping Corp. of America. Terms of the transactions were not disclosed.

Superior Sweeping Services in Kalamazoo was acquired, along with West Michigan Sweepers in Rockford. Lots Appeal Environmental Services in Georgia also was acquired. Sweeping Corp. acquired C&J Parking Lot Sweeping in Warren in December 2020.

The three companies are providers of street sweeping services to municipalities, private contractors, and commercial properties.

“Superior Sweeping, WMS, and Lots Appeal are leading operators in their respective regions,” says Christopher Valerian, president and CEO of Sweeping Corp. “We are looking forward to the continued growth and tradition of excellent street sweeping services they have created with their talented workforce.”

This marks Sweeping Corp.’s fifth acquisition of 2021, growing the company’s team to more than 1,200 employees across 43 locations.

Superior Sweeping was established in 1991 by Robert and Michelle Hammond. It provides street sweeping services to more than 100 commercial and municipal clients in Kalamazoo.

West Michigan Sweepers was established in 2003 and has commercial and municipal clients throughout west Michigan.

Kevin and Allison Adamson purchased Lots Appeal in 2002 and expanded the company’s service offering to more than 200 customers. It focuses on parking lot and municipal sweeping services. It serves the metro Atlanta and north Georgia area.

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