9 November 2022
New addition to the FABRI family: NiRa TGA from East Westphalia
For 20 years now, NiRa TGA GmbH has been offering a complete range of roof drainage services from its base in Enger in East Westphalia. The specialized company is known throughout Germany for its expertise, quality and reliability.
In November 2022, NiRa decided to become part of the FABRI Group. Thomas Waag, the CFO of FABRI, is delighted with this move: “With Maik Niemann and his team, we welcome an outstanding entrepreneur and a highly successful business to our midst – something which will greatly increase the trans-regional presence of the FABRI Group. We look forward to shaping our future together.”
“From the very first moment, we were simply on the same wavelength with FABRI”, states Maik Niemann, who will be continuing in his role at NiRa. “I am convinced that FABRI is the future for our employees and for our customers – and not to mention the future of the increasingly important business of roof drainage.”
NiRa was founded by the current director Maik Niemann in Enger in 2003, initially as a pure heating and sanitation operation. Soon after, the business began to specialise in roof drainage. Today, NiRa is known among general contractors, logistics and production companies as well as architects nationwide for its ability to find a solution to every problem – be it a new construction or a renovation project.
With its expert team of 25 employees, the company covers the entire spectrum of roof drainage solutions, with services including everything from planning to installation. Along with conventional gravity drainage, NiRa also offers vacuum and retention drainage systems as well solutions for restoring existing drainage solutions. In addition, emergency drainage plays an important part during planning to ensure effective building protection.
With precipitation intensity on the rise and heavy rainfall events becoming ever more frequent, roof drainage will have an increasingly important role to play in the future. A particular feature of the NiRa systems is that they work even in the case of a blackout – no pumps or electricity are required, and the solutions simply rely on the generated negative pressure.