The subcontractor doing jet grouting on Seattle's Elliott Bay Waterfront $400 million project warned the general contractor, Mortenson Mason a Joint Venture, that demands made by the GC to do the work out of previously agreed upon sequencing would incur added costs. Hayward Baker, Inc., says its $40 million bid was based on a specific sequencing plan and would not "deviate from the plans and specifications."
Now, Seattle says it will take another year and $71 million more to finish the project that is already over budget and behind schedule.
Do it fast or do it right? Read the story posted on KOMOnews.com here.