Adelis establishes Circura, the leading building rehabilitation services group, in partnership with entrepreneurs

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Adelis and four entrepreneur-led companies join forces to create Circura, the leading provider of building rehabilitation services in Sweden. Circura will have revenues of SEK 2 billion and focus on the growing segment for rehab, renovation and related services. With Adelis as growth partner, Circura aims to consolidate the market and double revenue by 2025.

The Swedish market for building rehabilitation, renovation and related services amounts to SEK 200 billion per year. The market is expected to grow strongly driven by increasing needs in the public sector, a significant pent-up demand in the residential building stock as well as changing habits following the pandemic. At the same time, the industry is adapting to more ambitious sustainability targets, which include innovative production processes, energy-efficient solutions and circular models for re-usage of material and products.

Circura becomes the market-leading provider of building rehabilitation services in Sweden, with SEK 2 billion in revenue and 400 employees. Reomti, Våtrumsteknik, Heving&Hägglund and Dipart are all entrepreneur-led companies with leading positions within their respective niches. The companies will continue to operate as independent businesses with their current brands and same management, whilst having the benefits, resources and financial strength of a larger group.

Torbjörn Torell will assume the role of working chairman at Circura, bringing over 40 years of experience from the sector, including CEO roles at One Nordic, Svevia and Bravida. The board will also be joined by Ulrika Francke, chairwoman of Vasakronan, former CEO of Tyréns and previously in leading positions at the Stockholm City Council.

“Circura will be a unique player in the market, combining highly successful rehab specialists which, when combined into a larger group, will be able to provide even more competitive and complete services to their customers. The companies will retain their strong customer relationships and entrepreneurial cultures, whilst benefiting from being part of a larger group – the best of both worlds. Together, we will become the industry leader in customer focus, quality and sustainability”, says Torbjörn Torell, chairman at Circura.

With Adelis as growth partner and thanks to its industry experience, Circura sets out to consolidate the industry through acquisitive growth, and double revenue by 2025.

“Adelis has followed the rehabilitation services market over many years, and in particular the pent-up renovation demand that is growing ever more urgent. Simultaneously, we see stricter requirements in terms of quality and sustainability which create attractive opportunities for a larger professional group with greater resources. We are therefore very pleased to establish Circura together with leading entrepreneurs, and we look forward to working with all employees on this exciting growth journey”, says Erik Hallert, at Adelis Equity Partners.

For further information:

Torbjörn Torell, Chairman Circura

Phone: 070-577 40 40


Erik Hallert, Adelis Equity Partners

Phone: 070-936 80 41


About Circura

Circura is the market-leading provider of building rehabilitation services in Sweden. We operate a decentralized and customer-oriented business model, whilst having benefits and strength of a larger group, to rehabilitate and renew buildings with modern and sustainable methods. Circura consists of a group of leading rehab companies, specialised in their respective local markets. Circura has turnover of SEK 2 billion and 400 employees. For more information, please visit

About Adelis Equity Partners

Adelis is a growth partner for well-positioned, Nordic companies. Adelis partners with management and/or owners to build businesses in growth segments and with strong market positions. Since raising its first fund in 2013, Adelis has been one of the most active investors in the Nordic middle-market, making 28 platform investments and more than 120 add-on acquisitions. Adelis today manages approximately €2 billion in capital. For more information please visit