Weil Advises Lindsay Goldberg and Bluegrass Materials in Bluegrass’ $1.6B Sale to Martin Marietta Materials

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Weil is advising Lindsay Goldberg and Bluegrass Materials Company in Bluegrass’ $1.625 billion sale to Martin Marietta Materials, Inc. Bluegrass is the largest privately-held, pure-play aggregates company in the United States and Martin Marietta Materials, Inc. is an American-based company and a leading supplier of building materials, including aggregates, cement, ready mixed concrete and asphalt. The transaction is expected to close in the fourth quarter of 2017 and is subject to regulatory approvals and other customary closing conditions.

The Weil team advising Lindsay Goldberg and Bluegrass is led by Private Equity partner Glenn West and includes Private Equity Counsel Ryan Taylor and Private Equity associates Adam Dickson, Edi Rumano and Andrew Jacob (Not Yet Admitted in New York). The team also includes Banking & Finance partner Andrew Colao; Capital Markets partner Heather Emmel; Tax partner Jonathan Macke; Executive Compensation & Benefits partner Sarah Downie; Environmental head Annemargaret Connolly; Antitrust partner Jeff White; Environmental counsel Matthew Morton; Antitrust counsel Vadim Brusser; Employment Litigation counsel Lawrence Baer; Real Estate attorney Leslie Smith; Tax associates Benjamin Brookstone and Emily Cummins; Executive Compensation & Benefits associate Zahava Blumenthal; and Antitrust associate Leslie Roter.