Hogan Lovells advises KBR in an agreement to acquire Centauri from Arlington Capital Partners

Northern Virginia, 20 August 2020 – Global law firm Hogan Lovells advised global government services company KBR, Inc., in a definitive agreement with Arlington Capital Partners, a Washington, D.C.-based private equity firm, under which KBR will acquire Centauri, LLC, a leading independent provider of high-end space, directed energy, and other advanced technology solutions, for approximately US$800 million in cash.

More about the terms of the deal can be found in the company press release.

The Hogan Lovells team is led by Corporate M&A partner Carine Stoick, with support from M&A senior associates Ashlee Sawyer Gilson and Stephanie Michael, and associate Hamza Rashid; Tax partner Jasper Howard; Benefits partner Carin Carithers; Government Contracts partner Michael Mason; IPMT partner Cullen Taylor; Privacy and Cybersecurity partner Mark Brennan; Securities and Public Company Advisory partner John Beckman; Antitrust partner Michele Harrington; and Antitrust counsel Robert Baldwin. The team also included Employment senior associate David Mitchell; IPMT senior associate Tony Brown and associate Maggie Pennisi; Government Contracts senior associate Michael Scheimer; Securities and Public Company Advisory associate Brendan Oldham; and Privacy and Cybersecurity associate Morgan Perna.


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