Trump Tower developer sues Vancouver construction company for alleged shoddy work and bad management

The developer of Trump International Tower and Hotel is suing a local construction company, claiming that shoddy work and poor management of trade contractors delayed the high-profile project.  Holborn Developments (West Georgia) Ltd. filed a notice of civil claim on Jan. 17 in B.C. Supreme Court with a list of over 25 complaints about Richmond-based Urban One Construction Management.  These included failure to establish a project schedule and properly supervise trade contractors. The claim said Urban One allowed sub-par work to pass, did not inspect appliances to make sure they were in good condition and misled Holborn about possible schedule delays.    Read the article………….


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