Contractor Seeks $35M From New York Over Delayed Work

Law360 (May 24, 2019, 6:07 PM EDT) -- A contractor hired to renovate a New York state court officer training academy building sued the agency in charge of overseeing the project in state court on Thursday, seeking to recoup roughly $34.9 million it claims it is owed for increased costs as a result of poor scheduling and other delays.

WDF Inc. says the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York owes it around $34.9 million after several changes were made to the original $31.2 million contract that the contractor says has gone unpaid. WDF, a heavy mechanical, plumbing and HVAC contractor, claims that it completed the work in...

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