A company that’s been a constant factor in the ever-changing construction industry of the Roaring Fork Valley over the past four decades is going through a changing of the guard.
Myers & Co. Architectural Metals announced Wednesday it was sold June 30. Buyer Mark Blodgett is the new principal. The selling partners will remain in consulting roles with the company, some at a higher degree than others, according to the company’s statement. The original partners are founder Bob Myers, Mary Delany, Stuart Edgerly and Gib Plimpton.
Terms of the sale of the private company weren’t released. Myers said it was “a good deal for both parties.” He and his partners have a financial incentive to see the company continue to succeed, he said.