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May 29, 2015

On May 29, 2015, Outland Group (“Outland”) entered into an acquisition agreement with Carillion Canada Inc. (“Carillion”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Carillion PLC, that will see Carillion acquire 100 percent of the share capital of Outland.

The consideration will be paid in instalments, with the total dependent on the financial performance of Outland that is capped at $120 million.

The acquisition is in line with the Outland’s strategy to accelerate the development and growth of its services activities across the country. Currently, Outland is delivering projects or actively bidding for contracts in nine of Canada’s 13 Provinces and Territories.

Outland was represented on the transaction by a McMillan LLP team, led by Frank Archibald, and which included J.R. Beaudrie, and Tim Hughes (Business Law) and Casey Halladay (Competition and Antitrust).

Outland is a leading provider of remote-site accommodation and associated services operating across Canada. The a privately-owned business provides a complete range of remote-site services including accommodation, camp management, catering, maintenance and housekeeping to public and private sector customers across a wide range of growth sectors, including mining, utilities, forestry, gas and oil, in which it has strong positions.