Boston Developer Sues Contractor Alleging Delays That Cost Millions

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John Moriarty & Associates took the job to build the $164-million NEMA Boston project in June 2017 for developer 399 Congress, an LLC tied to developer Crescent Heights.

November 1, 2021
James Leggate - Engineering News-Record

A Miami developer is suing the general contractor it hired to build a 22-story mixed-use tower in Boston’s trendy Seaport District, alleging construction delays cost it $4.9 million in lost revenue.

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