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Concrete Slab Crash Costs Contractors $4.7 Million


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4/25/2010
Brent Adams
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In Feb. 2007, a tractor trailer drove through a loading area of the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh, causing a concrete slab to crash 30 feet below.

It caused a tremendous amount of property damage, and the city-country Sports and Exhibition Authority filed a notice of intent to sue in the summer of 2009. The Authority’s insurer, the Travelers Indemnity Co., will receive $1.125 million from contractors including steel fabricator ADF Group, Rafael Vinoly Architects, and contractor Dick Corporation. The $4.78 million settlement was approved Dec. 18.



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