US LBM’s Acquisition Of JP Hart Lumber Company

Norton Rose Fulbright advised JP Hart Lumber Company on the deal.

JP Hart Lumber Company, a distributor and building products manufacturer, has been to US LBM, a distributor of specialty building materials in the United States.

Upon the completion of the acquisition, US LBM will operate in 65 locations across Texas. The transaction is expected to close during the third quarter of 2021, subject to HSR and other customary closing conditions.

JP Hart’s operations serve the major markets in Texas with five building materials yards and one window distribution facility across Austin, Houston, Dallas-Ft. Worth and San Antonio. 

The Norton Rose Fulbright’s deal team was led by Daryl Lansdale (Picture) and Brandon Byrne and included M&A lawyers Will Betts and Olivia Roberts, employee benefits Alexander Clark, environmental Bob Greenslade, tax Michael Flamenbaum, antitrust Amanda Wait and Andy Eklund, real estate Steve Nelson and Amy Mitchell and IP Mike Stimson.

Involved fees earner: Will Betts – Norton Rose Fulbright; Brandon Byrne – Norton Rose Fulbright; Alexander Clark – Norton Rose Fulbright; Andrew Eklund – Norton Rose Fulbright; Michael Flamenbaum – Norton Rose Fulbright; Bob Greenslade – Norton Rose Fulbright; Daryl Lansdale – Norton Rose Fulbright; Amy Mitchell – Norton Rose Fulbright; Steve Nelson – Norton Rose Fulbright; Olivia Roberts – Norton Rose Fulbright; Mike Stimson – Norton Rose Fulbright; Amanda Wait – Norton Rose Fulbright;

Law Firms: Norton Rose Fulbright;

Clients: JP Hart Lumber Company;

Author: Martina Bellini