Hensel Phelps Seeks To Exit $2M Airport Train Suit

Law360, New York (November 9, 2012, 6:19 PM EST) -- Hensel Phelps Inc. has asked a Texas state court to let it out of a $1.9 million contract dispute over the allegedly shoddy design and construction of an interterminal train system at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, saying the airport hadn’t proved its work was negligent.

According to the Greeley, Colo.-based construction company’s motion for summary judgment, filed Nov. 2, the airport's issues over the detachment of aesthetic panels from beams supporting the Skylink Automated People Mover system's tracks were not due to Hensel’s construction of the...
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