Ashurst, Hogan and Travers act on acquisition of UK engineer
Ashurst, Hogan Lovells and Travers Smith have taken lead roles on the £124m acquisition of British engineering company Halcrow by US infrastructure company CH2M Hill. Ashurst advised Halcrow, fielding a team under global head of corporate Stephen Lloyd, who worked alongside employment partner Paul Randall and tax partner Richard Palmer. The deal marks Ashurst’s first mandate for Halcrow –which has an annual turnover of around £500m.
Ashurst, Hogan Lovells and Travers Smith have taken lead roles on the £124m acquisition of British engineering company Halcrow by US infrastructure company CH2M Hill.
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