Contractor Says Houston Owes $13M For Airport Work

Law360 (March 18, 2019, 5:04 PM EDT) -- James Construction Group LLC is seeking at least $13 million in damages from the city of Houston, alleging that it hasn't been paid for work it did at the city's George Bush Intercontinental Airport.

In a lawsuit filed in state district court in Houston on Friday, James Construction Group told the court it was contracted to perform about $64 million in repairs to taxiways at the airport, but the city canceled the contract a year in. At that point, it had completed about $13 million in repairs but the city has refused to pay.

James Construction Group told the court it...

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