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Contractor Stated Claim For Owner Interference Interference; Plans And Specifications

Saturday, January 03, 2004 11:49 am

 
Contractor Stated Claim For Owner Interference Interference; Plans And Specifications

A Missouri court has ruled that a contractor made a submissible claim for owner interference when it presented evidence of directives that exceeded the specifications.

City Utilities of Springfield, Missouri (CU) awarded a fixed-price contract to Leo Journagan Construction Co. to construct a 30.1-mile pipeline for transporting water. Journagan completed the project, but filed suit for additional compensation. Journagan alleged that CU had breached the contract by interfering with the contractor's performance of the work, reducing Journagan's labor productivity [...]

 
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