Steel Co. Wants $13.7M Over Delayed Army Hospital Project

Law360 (May 8, 2019, 4:41 PM EDT) -- A structural steel contractor sued a construction joint venture, a fellow steel company and a trove of insurance companies in Texas federal court Tuesday over more than $13.7 million the steel company claims it’s owed as part of an Army hospital construction contract.

Detroit-based Midwest Steel Inc. alleges in its suit that the joint venture prime contractor Clark McCarthy Healthcare Partners II, a joint venture of Clark Construction Group and McCarthy Building Companies Inc., and fellow project subcontractor Hirschfeld Industries grossly mismanaged the Fort Bliss replacement hospital project in El Paso, Texas, and caused hundreds of millions of dollars worth of...

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