Fuel Co. Blames Design Flaw For Jet Fuel Fire At Miami Airport

Law360, Miami (February 8, 2013, 4:03 PM EST) -- Fuel management company Allied Aviation LLC and its insurers on Thursday sued the design, engineering and construction companies that worked on the fuel storage system at Miami International Airport, claiming a design flaw in the emergency shutdown system contributed to the spread of a March 2011 fire at the airport.

In a complaint filed in Florida's Eleventh Judicial Circuit Court, Allied Aviation blamed Advanced Fire Systems Inc., Aon Fire Protection Engineering Corp., DFG Consulting Engineers Inc., Dynaelectric Co., Hansa Consult of North America LLC, T.Y. Lin...
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