• Current Investments

    Selected Companies from Our Current Portfolio

    Environmental Services | Recapitalization, 2018

    All4, headquartered in the greater Philadelphia area, with additional offices in Atlanta, Washington DC, Raleigh, and Houston, was founded in 2002 by four industry-leading air quality experts: Bill Straub, Kevin Hickey, John Egan, and Dan Holland. The Company provides mission-critical air quality support and consulting services to diverse industries including pulp & paper, oil & gas, food and beverage, waste management, power generation, and automotive. All4 is an award-winning, technical leader in the industry and is a nationally recognized “Best Place to Work”.

    Water Infrastructure Engineering | Recapitalization, 2018

    Headquartered in San Diego, CA, and founded in 1999, Brady is a multi-disciplinary engineering firm specializing in water-related engineering and construction management (“CM”) services for water treatment facilities, pipelines, reservoirs, pump stations and other support facilities. Additionally, Brady provides engineering and CM services for major electric utilities in California. Brady is a nationally-renowned leader in its field, and was named CM Firm of the Year in 2017 by the Construction Management Association of America, and was part of the engineering team that won the 2013 Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement (OCEA) Award for it's groundbreaking work on the the Alvarado Water Treatment Plant Ozone Upgrade and Expansion Project.

    Medical Devices | Leveraged Buyout, 2011

    JMH invested in Currie Medical Specialties, Inc. (“Currie”), a leading manufacturer of patented intermittent pneumatic compression pumps and replacement garments used to prevent deep venous thrombosis in hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers. Because of innovations resulting in ease-of-use, higher patient compliance, and overall clinical efficacy, Currie’s products are in use at leading research and teaching hospitals around the country.

    Wood Flooring | Recapitalization, 2006

    Founded by the Carlisle family, Carlisle manufactures the highest quality wide plank hardwood and softwood floors. With unmatched quality and customization capabilities, Carlisle manufactures a broad selection of both solid wood and engineered wide plank flooring including old growth pines, premier hardwoods, and antique and hand-distressed woods.

  • Exited Investments

    Selected Investments Previously in Our Portfolio

    Funeral Services | Leveraged Buyout, 2013

    Add-On Acquisitions: SCI Divestitures (2014) | Ott & Lee (2016) Gabaldon Mortuary (2017) | DeVargas Funeral Home (2017)

    Acquired by Park Lawn Corporation in 2018

    Signature Funeral and Cemetery Investments, LLC was formed in partnership with two of the industry’s most experienced and highly-regarded veterans. The company operates funeral homes and cemetery properties in select markets throughout North America. Signature seeks to provide succession and exit opportunities to independent mortuary and cemetery operators that are a superior alternative for their employees and customers

    Service Radio Rentals / IBS

    Communications Solutions | Leveraged Buyout, 2008

    Acquired by United Rentals, Inc. in 2018

    JMH formed Industrial Rental Services, LLC via the simultaneous merger of Service Radio Rentals (SRR) and Industrial Blind Solutions (IBS). SRR and IBS are both leaders in their categories of providing industrial maintenance companies with two-way radio communication solutions (SRR) and isolation and hydrotest blinds (IBS) with unmatched service and response time.

    Luxury Vinyl Tile Flooring | Recapitalization, 2015

    Acquired by a leading building products investor in 2017

    Founded in 1991, Parterre is the product design and quality leader in the U.S. luxury vinyl tile (LVT) segment of the flooring industry. Parterre was one of the first LVT manufacturers in the United States; it has since grown into the leading design brand sold to a variety of end-use segments, including hospitality, retail, healthcare, multi-family, and corporate office.

    Tri-Star Protector

    Oilfield Services | Recapitalization, 2011

    Acquired by a leading manufacturer of plastic product protection

    Tri-Star Protector (“Tri-Star”) provides an environmental service to upstream oil & gas companies throughout North America and other international markets via the collection, refurbishment, and resale of pipe thread protectors.

    Morningside Venture Group

    Coffee Shop Franchises | Leveraged Buyout, 2007

    Add-On Acquisitions: 14 stores in multiple transactions, 2007-10

    Acquired by another franchisee in 2013

    Morningside Venture Group was established in partnership with an experienced multi-unit operator to acquire, build, and operate Dunkin’ Donuts stores.

    Endres Processing

    Animal Feed Manufacturer | Recapitalization, 2004

    Add-on Acquisition: Advanced Organics (2006)

    Acquired by an industry leader in 2012

    Endres Processing collects commercial bakery and other food by-products and recycles them into animal feed. ​Its state-of-the-art processing technology provides a high-quality, high-energy food source to the livestock industry, and enhances the environment by saving valuable landfill space.

    Kenexa

    Human Capital Management | Recapitalization, 1998

    Went public in 2005; Acquired by IBM in 2012

    Kenexa is the industry’s leading provider of Human Capital Management (“HCM”) solutions. Through a combination of software technology, HR services, and behavioral science, Kenexa provides a comprehensive set of business solutions that improve HR efficiency and improve hiring outcomes.

    MedAssets

    Healthcare Services | Growth Equity Investment, 1998

    Add-On Acquisitions: Insource (1999), HSCA (2000)

    Went public in 2007

    MedAssets is the country’s premier provider of outsourced procurement and reimbursement cycle management services to hospitals and other healthcare providers through a combination of traditional GPO business and web-based technology. Following a period of explosive growth, MedAssets went public in 2007, and was later acquired by Vizient.

    Spheris

    Medical Transcription | Corporate Divestiture, 2000

    Add-On Acquisitions: EDIX (2003)

    Acquired by Warburg Pincus and Soros Private Equity in 2004

    Formed via the acquisition of Total eMed and its later acquisition of Edix, Spheris was a leading provider of medical transcription services to teaching hospitals and other leading medical institutions in the United States. After quadrupling its revenue, Spheris was sold to another private equity firm, and was later acquired by Medquist.

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