SCA Acquires Sweeping South, Accusweep

Sweeping Corp. of America Continues Growth with South Carolina Acquisitions

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Continuing its aggressive acquisition plans, Sweeping Corporation of America (SCA), Cleveland, OH, has acquired Sweeping South Inc., Moncks Corner, SC, and Accusweep & Landscape Inc., Columbia, SC.

The two South Carolina acquisitions follow 2020 acquisitions of Envirosweep, Indianapolis, IN, and Contract Sweepers & Equipment Company, Columbus, OH, bringing the total number of acquisitions to 15 since the SCA platform was formed in 2017. SCA now operates from more than 40 locations in 17 states serving the eastern United States.

Family-owned and operated by Nicki and Don Knapp since 2001, Sweeping South provides street and parking lot sweeping and dump truck services throughout Charleston, SC. The company is certified in the state as a Woman Owned Business, a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise, and as a Charleston County Small Business Enterprise.

Started as a sweeping company in 1987 by David McCaskill, Accusweep operates from three South Carolina locations: Columbia, Charleston, and Lancaster. In addition to providing street, highway, and parking lot sweeping, Accusweep provides pavement and asphalt repairs, sealcoating, striping, and landscaping and lawn maintenance throughout most of South Carolina as well as parts of Georgia and North Carolina.

A member of the North American Power Sweeping Association (NAPSA), where McCaskill serves on the board of directors, Accusweep is a NAPSA Certified Sweeping Company. The company is also a member of World Sweeping Association, a 1-800-Sweeper partner, and a member of SportsTurf Managers Association.

“This brings our total acquisitions in South Carolina to four and gives SCA a significant presence in both the Columbia and Charleston markets,” said Christopher Valerian, SCA president and CEO. “I welcome our new employees and we look forward to providing our customers with the same high-quality service they have grown to expect from these industry leading companies.”