Concrete Suppliers Convicted For 'Big Dig' Scheme
BOSTON (AP) — Two former managers of a company convicted of supplying substandard concrete to the Big Dig highway project in Boston have avoided prison time for their roles in the scheme.Big Dig - Wikipedia,The Central Artery/Tunnel Project (CA/T), known unofficially as the Big Dig, was a megaproject in Boston that rerouted the Central Artery of Interstate 93, the chief highway through the heart of the city, into the 1.5-mile (2.4 km) Thomas P. O'Neill Jr. Tunnel.FBI — Company Sentenced in Big Dig Fraud and False,,BOSTON, MA—A Big Dig subcontractor was sentenced today in federal court for submitting false claims on a federal highway project.First Circuit affirms (way-)below-guideline sentence for,,First Circuit affirms (way-)below-guideline sentence for Big Dig white-collar offenders Because I am on the road throughout July, I fear I may miss some notable circuit sentencing opinions. Thus, I am especially grateful that a helpful reader alerted me to the especially noteworthy opinion handed down by the First Circuit late last week in US v.Boston Big Dig, Central Artery / Tunnel Project, Massachusetts,The Big Dig in Boston, Massachusetts, US, is a massive road infrastructure project which was undertaken to improve the flow of traffic, alleviating chronic congestion across Boston and the surrounding commuter areas, and to replace the outdated elevated Central Artery road that effectively split the city in half, alienating the North End and Waterfront neighbourhoods from the economic life of the city.Judge Postpones Sentencing Big Dig Contractor | WBUR News,Aug 11, 2009· A judge has postponed sentencing one of the Big Dig's largest contractors in connection with work on the $15 billion Boston highway project, even though the company has declared bankruptcy. U.S,Boston Big Dig convictions - The Tunnelling Journal,Four former employees of Aggregate Industries, N.E. (Aggregate), have been convicted of various counts of mail fraud and highway project fraud and, with the exception of one of the defendants, of conspiracy, for the supply of sub-standard or out-of-specification concrete to Boston’s federally financed Central Artery Tunnel Project (CA/T), reports Leagal Inc.1st Circ. Says Boston Big Dig Fraudsters Don't Deserve Jail,The First Circuit ruled Friday that two managers of a concrete company who were convicted of fraud after delivering thousands of truckloads of substandard concrete for use on Boston's massive Big,Lessons of Boston’s Big Dig | City Journal,Mitigation made Gillette, Boston’s biggest manufacturer, happy, working with the company to marry its complicated underwater infrastructure to the Big Dig’s. Mitigation made the post office happy, building temporary roads to a distribution station.