CCP Client ‘CO177’
A Leading International Multidisciplinary Engineering Firm

Clayton Capital Partners, a St. Louis based investment banking firm, is pleased to exclusively represent CO177 in the sale of its business.   Headquartered in the United States, CO177 is an international multidisciplinary Consulting, Engineering and Construction Management firm servicing many industries including Cement, Lime, Industrial Minerals, Propant (Frac) Sands, Metal and Coal Mining, Fuels, Energy, and Agro-Industrial.  Services range from Feasibility Studies through Plant Commissioning, including Consulting, Design, Procurement, Project Management, and Construction Management for new and refurbished facilities.  

  • Industry Specialists – The Company is recognized world-wide as specialists in Planning, Project Management and Engineering of Mineral Processing Plants.     
  • World Class and Unique Service Set – CO177 has a broad set of services including superior Process Engineering and Project Management capabilities which differentiates the Company from its competitors.
  • Unmatched Experience – Since 1986 CO177 has successfully completed over 2,000 projects world-wide.  The Company’s staff and leaders have over 1,400 years of experience.

  • Fracking Sand – CO177 has a relationship with a major drilling company in the planning and construction of Fracking Sand facilities.

  • Strong World-Wide Demand – World-Wide demand in CO177’s core industry sectors is seen by an increase in proposal activity in the past 2 years which has resulted in strong revenue and EBITDA levels (US$).  

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The undersigned hereby agrees:

That all information, data and materials disclosed or furnished (herein called the Information) by Clayton Capital Partners Acquisition Candidate CO177 (herein called the Company) will be maintained strictly confidential and that, in consideration for such disclosure, no use of the Information will be made by any signing party, or employees of such party, other than for internal evaluation purposes, on a strictly confidential basis.

It is understood that disclosure of any of the Information, including the possibility that the Shareholders may consider sale, disclosure of the current status of the Company, or disclosure of any information to customers, vendors, competitors, or employees of the Company would cause serious financial damage to the Company and/or its affiliates.

The undersigned also agrees that, for the term of this agreement, they will not solicit for employment any person who is currently employed by the Company.

The undersigned agrees not to copy, duplicate, disclose or deliver all or any portion of the Information to a third party or permit any other third party to inspect, copy or duplicate the same except those parties deemed necessary by the undersigned to evaluate the possible transaction (including agents, advisors, affiliates, accountants, attorneys, consultants, and lenders). It is understood that the undersigned may disclose Information to only parties who (i) require such material for the purpose of evaluating a possible transaction and (ii) are informed by the undersigned of the confidential nature of the Information and agree to be bound by the terms hereof. The undersigned further agrees to be responsible for any breach of this agreement by the above mentioned parties, and that these parties will not use any of the Information for any reason or purpose other than to evaluate a possible transaction or in any way detrimental to the Company.

This shall not, however, prevent the undersigned from disclosing to others or using in any manner:
1. Information which has been published and has become part of the public domain other than by acts or omissions by the receiving party
2. Information which has been furnished or made known to the undersigned by third parties as a matter of right without restriction of disclosure, or
3. Information which the undersigned can show was already in its possession at the time it entered into this Agreement and which was not acquired directly or indirectly from the Company, their representatives, its employees or their representatives.

This agreement shall remain in effect for a term of two years from the execution date hereof and upon request, the receiving party will promptly return all data and materials furnished by the Company and destroy any internal analyses and/or workpapers related to the evaluation of the Company.

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For Additional Information Contact
Ron Zimmerman, Director
8112 Maryland Ave., Suite 250 | St. Louis, MO 63105
Ph 314-725-9939 x 542 | Fax 314-725-9938