On May 10th, 1869 at Promontory Point, Utah the Union Pacific’s No. 119 and the Central Pacific’s Jupiter trains touched to complete the first transcontinental railroad in the United States. The merger of these two railroads was significant as it bridged East with West, a monumental accomplishment. The driving of the famed “Golden Spike”, which signified the completion of the merger, united our country into the 20th century.
The principals of Promontory Point are experienced at bringing parties together and our clients benefit from our expertise in working with business owners, investors, lenders, and lawyers. As advisors to privately-held businesses, we are typically introduced into situations where ultimately the bridging or uniting of people and ideas is critical to achieve a single, mutual objective – just as they did at Promontory Point in 1869.