Brian Krehbiel

  • Senior Vice President
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Biography

Brian is a member of the Building Products & Construction Services team assisting clients with sell-side, buy-side and debt and equity raise transactions.

Prior to joining Headwaters MB (now Capstone Headwaters) in 2011, Brian spent 5 years with a boutique investment bank performing sell-side transactions, financial modeling and value-add client services.  At Capstone Headwaters, Brian is a member of the Building Products & Construction Services team assisting clients with sell-side, buy-side and debt and equity raise transactions.

Prior to his career in Investment Banking, Brian developed construction industry and operations experience owning and managing a successful family-owned residential construction company. His education and industry expertise are resources used in all aspects of the transaction process.

Education

University of Northern Colorado - BS - Finance

Registrations & Affiliations

Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Holder

FINRA - Series 63 Registered Uniform Securities Agent

FINRA - Series 79 Registered Investment Banking Representative

 

Industry Coverage

Demand in the Building Products industry has been fueled by operators seeking innovative and cost-efficient solutions to reduce labor and streamline construction processes. Continued strength in Nonresidential Construction and Nonbuilding Structures has driven industry growth, supported by heightened demand for office infrastructure and expanding municipal economies. Read more

In this quarterly report, provided exclusively for Rock Products, Capstone Headwaters provides insight into mergers & acquisitions (M&A), capital markets trends, aggregates production, and pricing through Q1 2019. Capstone Headwaters’ Aggregates Materials Index indicates that average public company EBITDA multiples remained largely unchanged from Q4 2018 at 10.3x.Read more

Favorable macroeconomic momentum in Q2 2019 has supported the continued growth of the Construction industry, which is expected to reach $2.1 trillion by 2023, according to IBISWorld. Within the industry, nonresidential construction and transportation infrastructure construction are poised for significant growth. Read more