Construction - Site Development & Hauling
A site development and hauling operation, in business since 1973, was having issues obtaining bonding, getting financing for continue growth, and updating their equipment fleet due to a previous bankruptcy and an IRS tax lien.
CCG was contacted by this site development and hauling contractor to help them exercise the purchase option on rental equipment and to obtain working capital to pay off IRS tax liabilities. These outstanding tax liabilities were also preventing them from obtaining the bonding needed to bid on contracts. The contractor was also having trouble obtaining financing due to a previous Chapter 11 bankruptcy, despite being profitable after emerging from bankruptcy in 2015.
In conducting due diligence, CCG learned that the company was profitable and had a good reputation in the industry. The contractor was spending $21,000 per month on rental equipment. They also had negotiated a plan with the IRS to pay their outstanding tax liability but needed additional cashflow to make the payments. If they could reduce the monthly payments for their equipment, they would be positioned to complete their tax liability repayment.
They needed a lender that would:
CCG structured a loan that accomplished the following: