Infrastructure and Energy Alternatives, Inc. Completes Acquisition of Saiia and the ACC Companies
JP Roehm, Chief Executive Officer of IEA, commented, “We are very excited to welcome Saiia and the ACC Companies to the IEA family. This acquisition represents a milestone for IEA - our first as a publicly traded company and an important step in realizing our long-term growth strategy of expansion through selective, strategic M&A. By leveraging our complementary skillsets, labor and equipment, we see many opportunities to diversify our construction portfolio by growing IEA’s current heavy civil and infrastructure contracts while also pursuing new contracts in the environmental remediation space. We look forward to working together to generate significant value for our shareholders.”
For full year 2018, ACC is expected to generate approximately
In conjunction with the acquisition, IEA entered into a new credit facility to finance the acquisition and provide additional financial flexibility. The credit facility provides for aggregate term loan borrowings of
For the acquisition,
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Source: Infrastructure and Energy Alternatives, Inc.