Huber Timber LLC
We represented Huber Timber in partition and exchange of fractional interests involving approximately two dozen townships, negotiation of complex partition and exchange agreement, declaration of crossing rights and transfer documentation affecting over 250,000 acres of timberland in Maine.
J.M. Huber Corporation: Timberland Transactions
We represented our client's timberland division in purchase and sale transactions involving approximately 200,000 acres of timberlands. We negotiated agreements and syndication documentation for acquisition of Maine township; negotiated agreements for sales of large tracts of timberlands.
Major Wireless Telecommunications Company: Integration of Acquired Competitor
We represented a major wireless telecommunications company in a reconfiguration of telecommunications infrastructure to allow the integration of recently acquired competitor. We provided leasing, title, environmental and zoning work relating to reconfiguration on expedited basis of approximately 160 telecommunications sites in connection with acquisition of competitor.
Major Wireless Telecommunications Company: Network Build-Outs
We represented a major wireless telecommunications company in network build-outs in Maine. We provided leasing, title, zoning and environmental work associated with acquisition, permitting and build out of 200+ telecommunications sites.
Water: Secure Land for a New Water Tank
For roughly one year, Verrill worked with longtime client Gardiner Water District, and its engineering firm Wright-Pierce, to secure land to allow the Water District to construct a one million gallon water tank in Farmingdale. The tank, which will help improve water pressure and the future integration of the Gardiner and Hallowell Water Districts, will be located on the former Kennebec Heights Country Club, which property was purchased by Central Maine Power as part of its Maine Power Reliability Program transmission project. The Verrill team helped the District negotiate with Central Maine Power to acquire the land and finalize the terms of the acquisition. The team also helped the District work with the Maine Drinking Water Program, which is financing a portion of the project using State Revolving Loan Funds. On May 5th, the Drinking Water Program hosted a celebration of project, which represented the 200 millionth dollar of funds disbursed through the SRF program. Verrill helped with the planning of the event, which was chronicled by the Kennebec Journal. The final closing took place approximately two months later.