Pranger Enterprises Acquires Hydroponics Company

Hudson, INPranger Enterprises Inc. is excited to announce the acquisition of Canadian hydroponics designer and builder Hydronov. This acquisition solidifies Pranger’s position as a forerunner in the aquaculture field by expanding the services they offer to include hydroponics design and build.

Pranger Enterprises is an Indiana-based consultant and construction manager specializing in the development of commercial recirculating aquaculture system (RAS) projects in the U.S. Pranger works with project owners and investors to explore the feasibility of their aquaculture or aquaponics project, and to coordinate the project’s site, scope, budget, design and construction.

Pranger has managed the development and construction of several high-tech RAS facilities, including the largest indoor RAS facility and the first commercial RAS salmon farm in the U.S., as well as collaborated on two of the largest commercial aquaponics facilities in the world.

“Hydronov is a perfect fit for us as we continue to grow our aquaponics services,” said Nick Pranger, CEO of Pranger Enterprises. “Pranger specializes in aquaculture and Hydronov is a world leader in hydroponics. Our specialties are a perfect complement to each other.”

Luc Desrochers, founder of Hydronov, said, “Bringing Hydronov into the Pranger Enterprises family combines our hydroponics design and build experience with the project and construction management expertise Pranger Enterprises is known for.”

About Pranger Enterprises
Pranger’s mission in the United States aquaculture industry is to provide an organized approach to managing commercial recirculating aquaculture development from start to finish. Pranger works directly with project owners and investors to establish the vision for their aquaculture or aquaponics project, research project feasibility, coordinate site selection, establish project scope, budget, design, and ultimately oversee the construction of the project. Pranger works with some of the top engineers in the field of recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS).