GLDD Sells Historic Demolition Business

Posted by George Backwell
Friday, April 25, 2014

Largest provider of dredging services in the United States, Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Corporation (GLDD) informs it has completed the sale of NASDI, LLC and Yankee Environmental Services, LLC, its two subsidiaries that comprise the historical demolition business, to a privately owned demolition company located in the Midwest for US$5.3 million.

GLDD points out that it retains the right to collect all outstanding accounts receivable and work in process at the date of close, as well as any outstanding claims, and retains certain obligations, including obligations related to performance bonds issued for existing projects. The Company also retained a significant remediation project that will be performed by its Terra subsidiary.

Jonathan Berger, Chief Executive Officer stated, “We are pleased to announce the sale of the historical demolition business as we continue to refocus our strategy and expand upon our success in environmental & remediation services that complement our core dredging business. The new ownership structure is a good fit for the historical demolition business and we wish all those related to that business, best wishes on future endeavors.”

About the Company
Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Corporation is the largest provider of dredging services in the United States and the only U.S. dredging company with significant international operations. It is also a significant provider of environmental and remediation services.
 

 

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