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Designation Of Pit Was Not A Representation Differing Site Conditons-subsurface

Tuesday, February 03, 2004 11:57 am

 
Designation Of Pit Was Not A Representation Differing Site Conditons-subsurface

The Department of Agriculture Board of Contract Appeals has ruled that the designation of a borrow pit for riprap material did not constitute an affirmative representation of the suitability of the material for purposes of a differing site condition claim.

The U.S. Forest Service awarded a contract to Hat Creek Construction, Inc. for road construction in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest in California. The work included the placement of su [...]

 
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