Munich/ Paris, 17 January 2022 – Jeantet advised Thinkproject, a portfolio company of the global investment organization EQT, on its acquisition of Kairnial Group and its subsidiaries, from the Pélican Venture and the management of Kairnial Group.

With this transaction, Thinkproject and French market leader Kairnial Group combine their offering to deliver cutting edge common data environment (CDE), document collaboration, Mobile-first BIM, and Field Management capabilities for sustainable construction intelligence.

Headquartered in Lyon, France with over 125 employees, Kairnial Group serves 500 prestigious clients such as Bouygues Group, VINCI, Spie batignolles Group, Leon Grosse, Rabot Dutilleul, Icade, Nexity, and ADP. Its product portfolio includes a market leading mobile offering, a 2D / 3D BIM viewer as well as field functionalities, formerly known as Resolving. In addition, Kairnial offers software for building deconstruction in an effort to increase sustainability in an otherwise largely carbon-emitting industry.

Munich-based Thinkproject is a leading global provider of Construction Intelligence solutions. To meet the challenges of digitalization in construction and engineering projects, Thinkproject provides innovative software solutions that help unlock the potential of people and information in construction projects. Thinkproject is the leading European SaaS provider for construction and engineering projects with more than 2,750 customers and around 600 employees.

Thinkproject was advised by Jeantet with a team led by Karl Hepp de Sevelinges, Partner, and including Victoria Régis, Associate, Ruben Koslar, Counsel, Georges-Dominic Sardi and Paul Jolivet, Associates, (all M&A), as well as Gabriel Di Chiara, Counsel (Tax), Sophie Boinnot and Claire Allavena, Associates (Intellectual Property/Data Protection), Thibault Mercier, Associate (Financing) and Océane Demoulin, Associate (Employment).

Deloitte advised Thinkproject on tax matters, with a Franco-German team led by Clemens Petersen.

Pélican Venture was advised by Lamartine Conseil, with Maxime Duquesne, Partner, as well as Ugo Audouard and Alexandre Barat, Associates (all M&A).

The management of Kairnial Group was advised by Stéphane Blanchard of the law firm Carler.