Honigman Advises Huron Capital’s Exigent Group on Acquisitions of Ambient Temperature Corp. and Global Facility Solutions

Press Release

Honigman advised Huron Capital’s ExecFactor® Platform, The Exigent Group, on its recent acquisitions of Ambient Temperature Corp. (“ATCO”) and, in a separate transaction, Global Facility Solutions (“GFS”). Established in 1985, ATCO is a union mechanical services provider based in Newburyport, Massachusetts serving markets throughout New England. GFS, founded in 2006 and based in Columbia, Maryland provides energy efficiency, sustainability, and engineering services to commercial clients across the United States. These are the Exigent Group’s fourth and fifth acquisitions since August 2022, expanding the commercial HVAC, plumbing, and other mechanical system repair, maintenance, and replacement services provider’s footprint and capabilities in the New England region. 

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The Honigman team was led by corporate partners Eric Jones and Jeremy Scherlinck, tax partner Ilan Napchan and corporate associate George Cobane.

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