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ASBCA Says Army Owes Contractor Money On $22.5M Project

An Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals panel has sided with a U.S. Army contractor in a recently published opinion concluding the company was never warned about overly saturated, unstable soil conditions that purportedly cost more than $1 million to address on a $22.5 million project.

The Army was wrong to deny Tetra Tech Facilities Construction LLC a $1.2 million adjustment to the project, according to the three-member panel, because Tetra Tech was not put on notice about the site conditions requiring that expenditure and because the water cannot be attributed to natural causes.


Tetra Tech is represented by Michael L. Burnett and Patricia M. Rosendahl of Greenberg Traurig LLP.

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