New York-based Investment advisory company MSD Partners has signed an agreement to become an investor in Woolpert to help drive the latter’s next phase of growth across the architectural, engineering and geospatial areas.
Woolpert said Thursday that Long Point Capital will exit its investment in the Dayton, Ohio-based company as part of the agreement.
Scott Cattran, president and CEO of Woolpert, said the deal comes as the company executes its third growth strategy focused on driving its global AEG efforts and expanding its footprint across the U.S., Canada and Africa.
Houlihan Lokey and Lincoln International served as advisers to Woolpert and Long Point Capital on the transaction, while Ropes & Gray provided legal assistance during the investment process.
MSD received legal advice from Kirkland & Ellis.