Source: News & Observer (Raleigh, NC), May 15, 2015 Posted on: http://constfpn.advisen.com A design flaw may have led to the fatal collapse of a pedestrian bridge during construction at Wake Tech’s Northern Campus in November, the state Department of Labor found. The Nov. 13 collapse killed one worker and hurt four. A second, similar bridge […]
Source: http://www.power-eng.com, July 1, 2012 By: Lindsay Morris A recent federal case between American Municipal Inc. (AMP) and Bechtel Power Corp. could have future repercussions on construction disputes involving EPC contracts and liability issues. On May 8, a federal judge in Ohio dismissed two of three claims in a lawsuit AMP filed against Bechtel. AMP […]
Source: http://archive.azcentral.com, April 2, 2013 by: Ryan Randazzo Contractors have filed more than $16 million in disputed claims against the Spanish company that is using a $1.45 billion federal loan to build a massive solar power plant near Gila Bend. At least eight contractors have been involved in disputes with Abengoa Solar over the Solana […]
Source: http://ethanolproducer.com, July 20, 2011 By: Holly Jessen In 2006, a mistake by Chicago Title Insurance Co. caused Abengoa Bioenergy to put on hold plans to build a second ethanol plant in Colwich, Kan., and build instead in Madison, Ill. Abengoa says it cost the company $48.4 million because the Colwich plant would have been […]
Source: http://www.renewableenergyworld.com, September 20, 2013 By: Jeanne Schwartz, Assurant, Inc. Solar power generation is rapidly increasing and helping thousands of Americans embrace clean energy technology. According to Solar Energy Industries Association, “more than 4,400 megawatts of PV solar will come online throughout 2013.” The jump in solar development is driven by a dramatic drop in […]
Source http://www.soyatech.com, April 26, 2011 By: Dan Voorhis Abengoa Bioenergy, which owns an ethanol plant in Colwich, is suing a contractor over a 2009 industrial accident. In a suit filed last week, Abengoa said that it seeks more than $3.5 million from Faber Burner Co. of Lock Haven, Pa. Abengoa bought a burner and control […]
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