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Aggregate Industries Facing Big Dig Concrete Scandal

Aug 12, 2005 Aggregate Industries Facing Big Dig Concrete Scandal. 12th August 2005. Concrete firm fined on water, air issuesSupplier also faces a Big Dig inquiryAggregate Industries, which is already facing an investigation into whether it delivered substandard concrete to the Big Dig, was hit yesterday with 188,000 in fines and other penalties from state environmental regulators for alleged air- and

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Big Dig Concrete Supplier Aggregate To Pay 42 Million

Read more on the Big Dig materials failure and see appalling aftermath photos and diagrams at Design News Big Dig coverage page.. The company suspected of supplying the substandard concrete used in Bostons Big Dig has agreed to pay 42 million to settle civil and criminal investigations, according to an article in todays Boston Globe.. Six managers from Aggregate Industries NE Inc. were ...

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Concrete Supplier Indicted In Boston Big Dig Scandal

Jan 26, 2008 As a result of extensive testing by industry experts, Aggregate Industries is satisfied that all of the concrete it has supplied on the Big Dig and throughout the commonwealth is structurally ...

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Aggregate Industries Inc Over 50 Million

Aggregate Industries, Inc. Aggregate, the largest asphalt and concrete supplier in New England, plead guilty, paid 50 million in cash, and agreed to provide up to 75 million in insurance coverage for its role in supplying adulterated concrete to the Big Dig project, a massive, reconstruction of downtown Bostons roadways, tunnels, and bridges. It also

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Concrete Co Settles Workers Big Dig Retaliation Suit

Aggregate Industries Inc. on Monday resolved a retaliation suit brought by two former workers who had helped secure a 50 million settlement in a False Claims Act suit over the concrete companys ...

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No Jail Time For Two Convicted In Big Dig Concrete Case

May 27, 2010 Out of 30,000 loads of substandard concrete at Aggregate in Saugus from 1999 to 2004, 16,000 truckloads were reused in other projects, including the Big Dig

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Concrete Supplier To Pay 50 Million To Settle Big Dig Case

Jul 30, 2007 A concrete supplier for Bostons Big Dig tunnel has agreed to pay a 50 million settlement to end civil and criminal investigations into more than 5,000. ... Aggregate Industries NE Inc., the ...

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Authorities Investigate Supplier Of Big Dig Concrete

Aug 11, 2005 The concrete on the Big Dig passed every single quality-control test, said Tracy A. Miner, another attorney for Aggregate Industries. Reilly met with a

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Probation For Big Dig Concrete Fraud Concrete

Jun 03, 2010 The Big Dig replaced an elevated highway with a series of tunnels, ramps and bridges. It was plagued by cost overruns, falling debris, leaks and other problems. Aggregate Industries Northeast Region says only a tiny percentage of the concrete it provided was ruled noncompliant with specifications.

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Pdf Big Dig Lessons Learned Concrete International

He represented concrete companies and government contractors on the big dig, including aggregate industries in its settlement agreements with the government. based in mintz levins boston, ma, and Washington, dC, offices, Tymann practices in state and federal courts across the country.

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Arrests For Big Dig Concrete Fraud Cbs News

May 04, 2006 As a result of extensive testing by industry experts, Aggregate Industries is satisfied that all of the concrete it has supplied on the Big Dig and throughout the commonwealth is structurally...

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Concrete Co Settles Workers Big Dig Retaliation Suit

May 02, 2011 Concrete Co. Settles Workers Big Dig Retaliation Suit Law360 May 2, 2011, 526 PM EDT -- Aggregate Industries Inc. on Monday resolved a

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Concrete Firm Fined On Water Air Issues The Boston Globe

Aug 12, 2005 Aggregate Industries, which is already facing an investigation into whether it delivered substandard concrete to the Big Dig, was hit yesterday with 188,000 in fines and other penalties from ...

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Guilty Plea Accepted For Substandard Concrete The

Aug 28, 2007 A federal judge yesterday accepted a guilty plea from Aggregate Industries NE Inc. for supplying 5,700 truckloads of substandard concrete on the Big Dig and accepted a 50 million settlement negotiated between the company and the US and state governments.

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