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RapidFire acquires Albuquerque Low Voltage

RapidFire acquires Albuquerque Low Voltage

RapidFire acquires Albuquerque Low Voltage

ST. LOUIS – RapidFire Safety & Security (RapidFire) has announced the acquisition of Albuquerque Low Voltage, a full-service fire alarm and fire protection service provider in Albuquerque, N.M.

This addition represents the second acquisition in the New Mexico market for RapidFire and further establishes its presence in the American Southwest.

Established in 2001, RapidFire said that Albuquerque Low Voltage has had a consistent emphasis on customer service and taking care of their employees, a value it says it shares.

“This acquisition exemplifies RapidFire's commitment to delivering cutting-edge solutions and superior customer experiences,” the company wrote in a release. “Post-acquisition, all employees will continue to be key members of the company, enhancing their presence in New Mexico. By leveraging Albuquerque Low Voltage's expertise in fire protection systems and UL fire alarm monitoring, RapidFire aims to set new standards of excellence in the market.”

"My decision was driven by the desire to ensure continued growth and opportunities for our employees,” said Chad Lemoine, president of Albuquerque Low Voltage. “We found a partner in RapidFire who shares our vision with a deep commitment to our people. With their support, we are confident in our ability to unlock new channels for growth and provide even greater value to our customers. I'm excited to be able to complement our services with other RapidFire offerings in New Mexico and offer our customers a more complete suite of fire protection and security services.”

RapidFire’s COO Brian Modglin stated that the company is excited to bolster its fire and life safety solutions for its existing and future customers in New Mexico, and that the addition of Lemoine’s team is a valuable addition to its lineup in the New Mexico market.


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