Revel Casino Accused Of Skipping Out On Construction Bill

By Martin Bricketto (February 4, 2013, 7:02 PM EST) -- A subcontractor has sued the Revel Casino in Atlantic City, N.J., and two other construction companies over an alleged failure to pay $940,291 of more than $2.1 million in firestopping work associated with the development of the beachfront resort.

Ashton, Pa.-based Pyro-Stop LLC contends in a Jan. 23 suit in Essex County Superior Court that Tishman Construction Corp. of New Jersey, the project's construction manager, tried to conceal the fact that Simon Watt Construction Services. Inc., a carpentry subcontractor, had no funds to pay Pyro-Stop, that Tishman had stopped paying Simon Watt's requests for payment and that Tishman was only paying...

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