Army Corps Must Face Construction Co.'s $1.9M Claim

By Kaitlyn Burton (February 13, 2020, 4:50 PM EST) -- The Army Corps of Engineers must face a construction company's challenge seeking $1.9 million over purported changes to a building site's conditions after the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals found the contractor's claim is valid.

In a decision released Wednesday, a three-judge panel shot down the government's argument that SBH Services & Core Construction JV II, which won a $38.7 million contract to build an elementary school on an Army base in Kentucky, failed to properly certify its claim.

The Army Corps had argued that SBH didn't clarify which of two issues, the differing site conditions matter or another separate matter, the...

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