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FBI — Two Former Managers for Big Dig Contractor Sentenced

BOSTON—Two former managers of Aggregate Industries Inc., the largest concrete supplier on the Big Dig project, were sentenced late yesterday in U.S. District Court in Boston.

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Judge defends decision in Big Dig sentencing - The Boston ...

May 28, 2010  Aggregate Industries NE, of Saugus, allegedly used 16,000 truckloads of substandard concrete in projects including the Big Dig. In a statement, the company said sentencing closes a final chapter of scrutiny that began a decade before.

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Oct 31, 2020  Judge Postpones Sentencing Big Dig ConPulverizer WBUR News. 11/08/2009 A judge has postponed sentencing one of the Big Dig's largest conPulverizers in connection with work on the $15 billion Boston highway project, even though the company has declared bankruptcy. More

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No jail time for two convicted in Big Dig concrete case ...

May 27, 2010  Out of 30,000 loads of substandard concrete at Aggregate in Saugus from 1999 to 2004, 16,000 truckloads were reused in other projects, including the Big Dig

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concrete placed by the general contractors on the project. Big Dig project specifications required that concrete must be placed or poured within ninety minutes of batching. In most instances involving these “10-9 loads,” the concrete had exceeded the ninety minute time limit. In order to conceal the true age of the concrete, the

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Judge defends decision in Big Dig sentencing - The Boston ...

May 28, 2010  Aggregate Industries NE, of Saugus, allegedly used 16,000 truckloads of substandard concrete in projects including the Big Dig. In a statement, the company said sentencing closes a final chapter of scrutiny that began a decade before.

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sentencing of boston big dig - kamieniarstwo-banasiak.pl

Oct 31, 2020  Judge Postpones Sentencing Big Dig ConPulverizer WBUR News. 11/08/2009 A judge has postponed sentencing one of the Big Dig's largest conPulverizers in connection with work on the $15 billion Boston highway project, even though the company has declared bankruptcy. More

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United States v. Stevenson, No. 10-1741 (1st Cir ... - Justia

Jul 13, 2012  the project without the knowledge of project These loads amounted to approximately 1% of all of the concrete provided by Aggregate to the Big Dig and 0.6% of all the concrete used in the project. To conceal the 10/9 practice, Aggregate developed a system that employees acknowledged was "designed to trick the inspector."

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In Appeal of Construction Fraud Case, DOJ Seeks Tougher ...

Nov 17, 2011  Aggregate Industries was a major concrete supplier for the $15 billion “Big Dig” tunnel project in Boston. The charges arose out of a scheme to supply substandard or out-of-specification concrete to the federally financed project.

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Aggregates Industries fired the "whistle-blower" in Big ...

Jan 11, 2012  The company, Aggregate Industries-Northeast Region Inc., in 2007, pleaded guilty to charges of providing substandard concrete for the “Big Dig” roadway project in Boston and submitting fraudulent claims for it. It agreed to pay $42.7 million to the U.S. government and Massachusetts to settle civil and criminal charges.

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concrete placed by the general contractors on the project. Big Dig project specifications required that concrete must be placed or poured within ninety minutes of batching. In most instances involving these “10-9 loads,” the concrete had exceeded the ninety minute time limit. In order to conceal the true age of the concrete, the

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Big Dig Concrete Fraud Mining Awareness

Mar 26, 2015  Aggregate Industries N.E., Inc pled guilty in July 2007 and agreed to pay $50 million to the federal and state government, to resolve its criminal and civil liabilities in connection with a fraudulent scheme to deliver adulterated concreted to the Central Artery/Tunnel Project (“Big Dig”).

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Big Dig - Wikipedia

The Central Artery/Tunnel Project (CA/T), commonly known as the Big Dig, was a megaproject in Boston that rerouted the Central Artery of Interstate 93 (I-93), the chief highway through the heart of the city, into the 1.5-mile (2.4 km) tunnel named the Thomas P. O'Neill Jr. Tunnel.The project also included the construction of the Ted Williams Tunnel (extending I-90 to Logan International ...

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$458M Big Dig Settlement Reached; Criminal Charges Dropped

Jan 23, 2008  The main management consultant and contractor on Boston’s $15 billion Central Artery/Tunnel Project (Big Dig) has agreed to pay more than $407 million to

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Big Dig’s Big Question: Where Did All the Dirt Go? : CEG

In nearby Quincy, dirt from the Big Dig was used to solve another dangerous eyesore — a 250-ft. deep abandoned quarry. In 1997, investigators drained the quarry in search of the body of a women ...

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Stimulating Another "Big Dig"? - The Volokh Conspiracy

Jan 25, 2010  The “Big Dig,” which cost $22 billion and was the most expensive highway project in the U.S., rerouted Interstate 93 underneath the center of Boston. The project was plagued with problems, mainly due to shoddy construction and inferior materials. In 2007, the state of Massachusetts announced a fraud settlement against Aggregate Industries ...

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Arrests For Big Dig Concrete Fraud - CBS News

May 04, 2006  Arrests For Big Dig Concrete Fraud. May 4, 2006 / 11:01 AM / AP. Six men who worked for the Big Dig's largest concrete supplier were arrested Thursday on federal charges they falsified records to ...

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Aggregate Industries Facing Big Dig Concrete Scandal ...

Aug 12, 2005  Aggregate Industries Facing Big Dig Concrete Scandal. 12th August 2005. Concrete firm fined on water, air issuesSupplier also faces a Big Dig inquiryAggregate Industries, which is already facing an investigation into whether it delivered substandard concrete to the Big Dig, was hit yesterday with $188,000 in fines and other penalties from state ...

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USDOJ: US Attorney's Office - District of Massachusetts

AGGREGATE INDUSTRIES NORTHEAST REGION, INC., (“AGGREGATE”), the largest asphalt and concrete supply company in New England, has agreed to plead guilty and pay $50 million to resolve its criminal and civil liabilities in connection with a fraudulent scheme to deliver adulterated concrete to the Central Artery/Tunnel Project (“the Big Dig”).

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In Appeal of Construction Fraud Case, DOJ Seeks Tougher ...

Nov 17, 2011  Aggregate Industries was a major concrete supplier for the $15 billion “Big Dig” tunnel project in Boston. The charges arose out of a scheme to supply substandard or out-of-specification concrete to the federally financed project.

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Aggregates Industries fired the "whistle-blower" in Big ...

Jan 11, 2012  The company, Aggregate Industries-Northeast Region Inc., in 2007, pleaded guilty to charges of providing substandard concrete for the “Big Dig” roadway project in Boston and submitting fraudulent claims for it. It agreed to pay $42.7 million to the U.S. government and Massachusetts to settle civil and criminal charges.

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concrete placed by the general contractors on the project. Big Dig project specifications required that concrete must be placed or poured within ninety minutes of batching. In most instances involving these “10-9 loads,” the concrete had exceeded the ninety minute time limit. In order to conceal the true age of the concrete, the

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Stimulating Another "Big Dig"? - The Volokh Conspiracy

Jan 25, 2010  The “Big Dig,” which cost $22 billion and was the most expensive highway project in the U.S., rerouted Interstate 93 underneath the center of Boston. The project was plagued with problems, mainly due to shoddy construction and inferior materials. In 2007, the state of Massachusetts announced a fraud settlement against Aggregate Industries ...

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Aggregate Industries Facing Big Dig Concrete Scandal ...

Aug 12, 2005  Aggregate Industries Facing Big Dig Concrete Scandal. 12th August 2005. Concrete firm fined on water, air issuesSupplier also faces a Big Dig inquiryAggregate Industries, which is already facing an investigation into whether it delivered substandard concrete to the Big Dig, was hit yesterday with $188,000 in fines and other penalties from state ...

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Bechtel and Parsons Brinckerhoff Reach Settlement on Big Dig

Jan 23, 2008  Bechtel and Parsons Brinckerhoff Reach Settlement on Big Dig John MacDonald, chairman of the Bechtel/Parsons Brinckerhoff (B/PB) joint venture, issued the following statement: We have reached a full and final settlement of claims by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the U.S. Attorney for the District of Massachusetts.

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CaseStudy_Boston Big Dig 2020 - Copy.docx - DSCI 6650 ...

View CaseStudy_Boston Big Dig 2020 - Copy.docx from DSCI 6650 at Fairleigh Dickinson University. DSCI 6650: Project Management Case Study: Boston's Central Artery and Tunnel Project (CA/T) - "The Big

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Boston’s Big Dig Materials Failure: It’s Got Engineers ...

Boston’s Big Dig Materials Failure: It’s Got Engineers Talking. Jul 12, 2007. Visit our Big Dig special report page for full coverage and photos of the tunnel collapse. A year after a deadly ceiling collapse inside a Big Dig tunnel, questions about who was responsible have finally been answered, investigations are complete and lawsuits will ...

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$458M Big Dig Settlement Reached; Criminal Charges Dropped

Jan 23, 2008  The main management consultant and contractor on Boston’s $15 billion Central Artery/Tunnel Project (Big Dig) has agreed to pay more than $407 million to

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Big Dig’s Big Question: Where Did All the Dirt Go? : CEG

In nearby Quincy, dirt from the Big Dig was used to solve another dangerous eyesore — a 250-ft. deep abandoned quarry. In 1997, investigators drained the quarry in search of the body of a women ...

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$50M Deal Ends Big Dig Probe - CBS News

Jul 28, 2007  Six employees of Aggregate, which supplied concrete used in tunnels and roadways in the Big Dig project, were indicted last year on federal charges that they falsified records to hide the ...

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Harrington v. Aggregate Indus., Inc., No. 11-1511 (1st Cir ...

Feb 07, 2012  The "Big Dig" highway project, built largely with federal funds, has transformed vehicular travel in Boston. Defendant supplied concrete and, on occasion, secretly substituted substandard material for the concrete required by contract specifications. Certain employees, including plaintiff, learned of the deception and brought a sealed qui tam action under the False Claims Act, 31 U.S.C. 3729-3733.

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Concrete company pleads out, settles Legal Newsline

Jul 31, 2007  BOSTON - The Big Dig is digging a big hole in the pockets of a couple of companies. Friday, Aggregate Industries Northeast Region agreed to

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Employees of Big Dig Contractor Convicted of Fraud

Aggregate Industries N.E., Inc pled guilty in July 2007 and agreed to pay $50 million to the federal and state government, to resolve its criminal and civil liabilities in connection with a fraudulent scheme to deliver adulterated concreted to the Central Artery/Tunnel Project (“Big Dig”). The plea and settlement agreements also required ...

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In Appeal of Construction Fraud Case, DOJ Seeks Tougher ...

Nov 17, 2011  Aggregate Industries was a major concrete supplier for the $15 billion “Big Dig” tunnel project in Boston. The charges arose out of a scheme to supply substandard or out-of-specification concrete to the federally financed project.

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$50M Deal Ends Big Dig Probe - CBS News

Jul 28, 2007  Six employees of Aggregate, which supplied concrete used in tunnels and roadways in the Big Dig project, were indicted last year on federal charges that they falsified records to hide the ...

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Employees of Big Dig Contractor Convicted of Fraud

Aggregate Industries N.E., Inc pled guilty in July 2007 and agreed to pay $50 million to the federal and state government, to resolve its criminal and civil liabilities in connection with a fraudulent scheme to deliver adulterated concreted to the Central Artery/Tunnel Project (“Big Dig”). The plea and settlement agreements also required ...

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Harrington v. Aggregate Indus., Inc., No. 11-1511 (1st Cir ...

Feb 07, 2012  The "Big Dig" highway project, built largely with federal funds, has transformed vehicular travel in Boston. Defendant supplied concrete and, on occasion, secretly substituted substandard material for the concrete required by contract specifications. Certain employees, including plaintiff, learned of the deception and brought a sealed qui tam action under the False Claims Act, 31 U.S.C. 3729-3733.

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Concrete company pleads out, settles Legal Newsline

Jul 31, 2007  BOSTON - The Big Dig is digging a big hole in the pockets of a couple of companies. Friday, Aggregate Industries Northeast Region agreed to

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Employees of Big Dig Contractor Convicted of Fraud

Aug 05, 2009  Aggregate Industries N.E., Inc pled guilty in July 2007 and agreed to pay $50 million to the federal and state government, to resolve its criminal and civil liabilities in connection with a fraudulent scheme to deliver adulterated concreted to the Central Artery/Tunnel Project (“Big Dig”).

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Bechtel and Parsons Brinckerhoff Reach Settlement on Big Dig

Jan 23, 2008  Bechtel and Parsons Brinckerhoff Reach Settlement on Big Dig John MacDonald, chairman of the Bechtel/Parsons Brinckerhoff (B/PB) joint venture, issued the following statement: We have reached a full and final settlement of claims by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the U.S. Attorney for the District of Massachusetts.

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CaseStudy_Boston Big Dig 2020 - Copy.docx - DSCI 6650 ...

View CaseStudy_Boston Big Dig 2020 - Copy.docx from DSCI 6650 at Fairleigh Dickinson University. DSCI 6650: Project Management Case Study: Boston's Central Artery and Tunnel Project (CA/T) - "The Big

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$458M Big Dig Settlement Reached; Criminal Charges Dropped

Jan 23, 2008  The main management consultant and contractor on Boston’s $15 billion Central Artery/Tunnel Project (Big Dig) has agreed to pay more than $407 million to

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Boston’s Big Dig Materials Failure: It’s Got Engineers ...

Boston’s Big Dig Materials Failure: It’s Got Engineers Talking. Jul 12, 2007. Visit our Big Dig special report page for full coverage and photos of the tunnel collapse. A year after a deadly ceiling collapse inside a Big Dig tunnel, questions about who was responsible have finally been answered, investigations are complete and lawsuits will ...

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Boston Big Dig convictions - The Tunnelling Journal

May 07, 2010  The multi-billion dollar CA/T project, commonly known as the Big Dig, is a 12km long highway that links Boston to the north and south interstate highways and Logan Airport. With some 50% placed underground, construction required concrete tunnel walls, base slabs, and roof slabs with specifications that mostly prohibited the water addition of ...

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Family of Big Dig accident victim sues - NBC News

Aug 30, 2006  Family of Big Dig accident victim sues. The family of a woman who was killed when 12 tons of concrete ceiling panels in a Big Dig tunnel collapsed onto her car filed a wrongful death lawsuit ...

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Big Dig Unearths Colonial History : CEG

Apr 28, 2003  The $14.6-billion “Big Dig” in Boston runs right through the original site where early English settlers built their homes on a small peninsula jutting out into the harbor. The massive project ...

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Politics once again center of Big Dig controversy - News ...

Jul 16, 2006  The Big Dig highway project which buried the old Central Artery that used to slice through the city created a series of tunnels to bring traffic underground. Although it's been considered an ...

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