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August 7, 1985 | DJ
Research-Cottrell Inc. said its constructed products group was awarded a $25.6-million contract by the Cape May Utility Authority to construct a 7.7-million gallons-per-day waste water treatment plant. Research-Cottrell said the treatment plant, which is to be located in Cape May County, N.J., will service a population of approximately 76,000 people. Construction of the plant has begun with completion slated for the late summer of 1987.
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June 10, 1987
Research Cottrell Inc., a Somerville, N.J., pollution control, engineering and construction company, has agreed to a $293-million leveraged buyout by a group of investors that will include some members of management. The $44-a-share offer by R-C Acquisition Inc. was one of several bids for the company, a spokesman said. R-C Acquisition is made up of Odyssey Partners, the founders of Oppenheimer & Co., the investment banking firm Allen & Co. and First Chicago Venture Capital.
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BUSINESS
June 10, 1987
Research Cottrell Inc., a Somerville, N.J., pollution control, engineering and construction company, has agreed to a $293-million leveraged buyout by a group of investors that will include some members of management. The $44-a-share offer by R-C Acquisition Inc. was one of several bids for the company, a spokesman said. R-C Acquisition is made up of Odyssey Partners, the founders of Oppenheimer & Co., the investment banking firm Allen & Co. and First Chicago Venture Capital.
BUSINESS
August 7, 1985 | DJ
Research-Cottrell Inc. said its constructed products group was awarded a $25.6-million contract by the Cape May Utility Authority to construct a 7.7-million gallons-per-day waste water treatment plant. Research-Cottrell said the treatment plant, which is to be located in Cape May County, N.J., will service a population of approximately 76,000 people. Construction of the plant has begun with completion slated for the late summer of 1987.
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