WASHINGTON, DC -- (Marketwired) -- 05/20/13 -- England & Company ("England") has been retained to act as investment banker and financial advisor to Edwin H. Stier, the Chapter 11 Trustee for Birdsall Services Group, Inc. ("BSG"), an Eatontown, NJ-based engineering services company that filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on March 29, 2013. In this role, England is advising the Trustee on, and managing the execution of, the sale process of BSG's assets under a Section 363 auction process.
Since the early 1900s, BSG and its predecessors have been providing engineering and environmental consulting services to several core and ancillary markets throughout the tri-state area including healthcare, K-12 and higher education, government, developers, theme parks, architects, attorneys, and construction managers. In 2012, the Engineering News-Record ranked BSG in the top 200 among both Environmental and Design firms.
The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of New Jersey recently approved Bidding Procedures that set forth a bid deadline for BSG's assets of May 30, 2013 and an auction date of June 4, 2013. Parties interested in considering a bid for BSG's assets should contact one of the following of the following individuals at England:
Bruce A. Craig
Managing Director - Engineering Services
Craig W. England
Managing Director - Restructuring Advisory
England & Company (www.englandco.com) is dedicated to providing the highest quality investment banking services and value-added capital to middle-market companies and their financial sponsors. With offices in New York and Washington, DC, England Securities advises clients on strategic initiatives, including mergers, acquisitions, financial restructurings, and capital formation. England Capital Partners (ECP) invests in partnership with leading private equity firms and exceptional management teams where ECP's expertise, industry knowledge, and strong network of resources complement growth strategies to accelerate a company's long-term value.
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