Fabricator seeks additional $2M in suit
May 23, 2013 | 11:55 AM
| Frank Haflich
LOS ANGELES An Illinois structural steel fabricator that slapped a lien on a Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway Co. (BNSF) bridge in Iowa is seeking additional compensation from the railroad for work it performed in the construction of the $61.5-million bridge.
Industrial Steel Construction Inc. (ISC), Hodgkins, Ill., filed a $2.3-million mechanics lien against the Fort Worth, Texas-based railroad last June, according to documents filed May 13 in U.S. District Court in Iowa. ISC is now seeking an additional minimum of $2 million stemming from what it alleges is BNSFs failure to compensate ISC for its additional costs above an "estimated value" of its work,....
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