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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. Despite prosecutors’ recommendation of lengthy terms of imprisonment, the Honorable Richard G. Stearns sentenced both men to three years’ probation.

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2 Concrete Co. Managers Plead Guilty In Big Dig Case Law360

Between 1996 and 2005, Aggregate delivered about 5,700 truckloads of concrete to the Big Dig. Big Dig project specifications required that concrete be placed or poured within 90 minutes of batching.

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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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Arrests For Big Dig Concrete Fraud CBS News

May 04, 2006· He said Aggregate is not a Big Dig contractor but has provided materials to contractors working on the project. Amorello said any attempt by Aggregate to skirt industry practices is

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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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aggregate sentencing on big dig project

aggregate sentencing on big dig project Lynn man gets probation for part in Big Dig fraud News. 28 May 2010 Big Dig highway project. Live Chat. Managing The Big Dig Chris Hendrickson. 1 Managing the Big Dig Chris Hendrickson Central ArteryTunnel Project Tour History of Budget and Schedule Completing the Big Dig NRC Study.

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The Big Dig: project background Mass.gov

The Central Artery Project had a unique challenge: to construct this project in the middle of Boston without crippling the city. Work of the CA/T Project's scope was never before attempted in the heart of an urban area. Unlike any other major highway project, the CA/T worked to maintain traffic capacity and access to residents and businesses.

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The Big Dig: Learning from a Mega Project APPEL

Jul 15, 2010· Unfortunately, the Big Dig’s project organization was not fully integrated until July 1, 1998, when design of the project was 99 percent complete and construction was 45.9 percent complete. If there is a single cause for the massive cost escalation on the Big Dig, it probably involves the management of the project’s complex integration.

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FBI — 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”).

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Aggregate Industries Facing Big Dig Concrete Scandal

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 environmental regulators for alleged air- and water-quality violations at nine of its local plants.The action was

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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 firm seen in $42m settlement The Boston Globe

Jul 27, 2007· Aggregate Industries NE Inc., suspected of supplying 5,000 truckloads of substandard concrete used on the Big Dig, will pay $42 million to settle civil and criminal investigations against the

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4 Ex-Contractors Found Guilty In Big Dig Fraud WBUR News

Aug 04, 2009· Four former managers of a Big Dig contractor have been convicted on conspiracy and fraud charges for delivering substandard concrete to the massive highway project

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LR D RL Resolving Megaproject Claims: Lessons From Boston

The “Big Dig” Project— with an aggregate claimed value of more than several billion dollars. 2. This article explores the Project’s “real world” experi-ence using different dispute avoidance and dispute reso-lution techniques, drawing on the combined perspectives

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The Big Dig: project background Mass.gov

The Central Artery Project had a unique challenge: to construct this project in the middle of Boston without crippling the city. Work of the CA/T Project's scope was never before attempted in the heart of an urban area. Unlike any other major highway project, the CA/T worked to maintain traffic capacity and access to residents and businesses.

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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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The Big Dig: Learning from a Mega Project APPEL

Jul 15, 2010· Unfortunately, the Big Dig’s project organization was not fully integrated until July 1, 1998, when design of the project was 99 percent complete and construction was 45.9 percent complete. If there is a single cause for the massive cost escalation on the Big Dig, it probably involves the management of the project’s complex integration.

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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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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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Big Dig Problems Tunnel Collapse Leaks Cost Overruns

May: Six managers from Aggregate Industries NE Inc. are indicted on charges of running a conspiracy that delivered 5,000 truckloads of tainted concrete, 1.2 percent of the concrete used on the Big Dig

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