Kirkland & Ellis advised Intervale Capital and its portfolio company, TorcSill Foundations, on the sale of TorcSill to an affiliate of White Deer Energy. Intervale Capital is an energy and infrastructure-focused, middle market private equity firm, and TorcSill is a leading provider of engineered helical pile and anchor foundation solutions across the energy, industrial, and power end markets. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
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The Kirkland team was led by transactional partner Christian Atwood and associates Dena Medford, Emily Deagen, Alex Samaei and Will Lay; tax partner Vin Thorn and associate Simon Kwong; debt finance associate Josh Peary; and environmental transactions partner Stefanie Gitler and associate Ty’Meka Reeves-Sobers.