The president of a Monroe company who pleaded guilty to defrauding the U.S. government on road construction contracts was sentenced Monday to 30 months in federal prison, followed by two years of supervised release, and fined $15,000. “I realize what ...Read More »
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Six defendants in a federal $88 million road construction fraud case are scheduled to be sentenced Nov. 23. Those scheduled for sentencing include the company at the heart of the investigation, Boggs Paving Co. of Monroe; its co-owner; three employees; ...Read More »
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The year brought a lot of big news in real estate, construction and development in Charlotte, including the conviction of Mayor Patrick Cannon in a development-related bribery scandal; a continued apartment construction boom; announcements and groundbreakings for the first office ...Read More »
The U.S. Attorney’s office on Tuesday withdrew its claim against the home of the president of Boggs Paving Inc. after attorneys for Carl Andrew “Drew” Boggs III objected. His attorneys asserted that the $2.2 million Waxhaw home was not paid ...Read More »
The controversial Monroe connector-bypass project is one step closer to becoming a reality. On Monday, North Carolina Department of Transportation Secretary Gene Conti and North Carolina Turnpike Authority Executive Director David Joyner signed the $367.7 million design-build contract for the ...
Tagged with: Anderson Columbia Co. Boggs Paving David Joyner Gene Conti Monroe Bypass Constructors Monroe Connector-Bypass North Carolina Department of Transportation North Carolina Turnpike Authority Rummel Klepper & Kahl United Infrastructure GroupRead More »
The controversial Monroe Connector/Bypass project is one step closer to being reality. Today, North Carolina Department of Transportation Secretary Gene Conti and North Carolina Turnpike Authority Executive Director David Joyner signed the $367.7 million design-build contract for the 19.7-mile toll ...Read More »
The Southern Environmental Law Center is challenging a ruling that paves the way for the more than $700 million Monroe Bypass project to move forward. On Monday, the SELC filed an appeal in federal court after U.S. District Court Judge James Dever III ...
Tagged with: Anderson Columbia Boggs Paving Clean Air Carolina Federal Highway Administration James Dever Monroe Connector-Bypass North Carolina Department of Transportation North Carolina Turnpike Authority North Carolina Wildlife Federation Rummel Klepper & Kahl Southern Environmental Law Center United Infrastructure Group Yadkin RiverkeeperRead More »