Metcalf Construction wins key reversal from federal appeals court in Hawaii on military contract

Metcalf spent more than $76 million on a military construction project and sued to recoup costs.

Image: Serge Bertasius Photography via FreeDigitalPhotos.net
Image: Serge Bertasius Photography via FreeDigitalPhotos.net
February 28, 2014

Hawaii-based Metcalf Construction Co. has won a key reversal from a federal appeals court in a case involving failures by the federal government to properly administer a contract for work that could have broad implications for government contractors.

Metcalf was awarded a $50 million government contract more than a decade ago to design and build residences on a Marine Corps Base. Metcalf spent more than $76 million on the project and sued to recoup costs.

(http://www.bizjournals.com/pacific/news/2014/02/19/hawaii-contractor-wins-appeal-in.html)

         
 

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