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Jul 17 2012Criminal Big Dig conspiracy Sentencing By Tom Egan July 17 2012 Where the United States challenges the sentences imposed on the appellees after their conviction of mail fraud highway project fraud and conspiracy to defraud the government for their involvement in a scheme related to the Big Dig project the sentences

Employees of Big Dig Contractor Convicted of Fraud

Aug 05 2009Big Dig project specifications also prohibited the addition of water to concrete after the concrete had been batched except under tightly controlled circumstances The defendants also directed that fly ash be eliminated from the concrete mix specifications on the occasions when Aggregate Industries ran short of fly ash

Central Artery Project/Big Dig

Apr 28 2016Central Artery Project/Big Dig Company Sentenced on Big Dig Fraud And False Statements Scheme Plea Agreement for Big Dig Aggregate Industries Press Release Mass Electric Construction Company Press Release Mass Electric Construction Company Indictment Updated April 28 2016

Boston Big Dig convictions

Four former employees of Aggregate Industries N E Aggregate have been convicted of various counts of mail fraud and highway project fraud and with the exception of one of the defendants of conspiracy for the supply of substandard or outofspecification concrete to Bostons federally financed Central Artery Tunnel Project CA/T reports Leagal Inc

Boston Sand Gravel

Its tower directly abuts the new Leverett Connector and the ramps connecting the Zakim Bridge with the Tobin Bridge completely surround the plant which supplied concrete for the Big Dig project which constructed them The company was founded in 1914 and was originally located where the CambridgeSide Galleria is now

Big Surprise Bostons Big Dig concrete suppliers

Bostons Big Dig concrete suppliers arrested yesterday Facility Executive Creating Intelligent Buildings With a project that cost Beantown billions of dollars millions of wasted commuter hours and countless delays it may be no surprise that at least one company in this case Aggregate Industries is being brought up on federal charges

UNITED STATES v PROSPERI

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 much of this is not helpful In a case like this it is difficult to apply a mechanical rule of sentencing United States v Prosperi No 0610116 at 5 2010 WL 1816346 D Mass May 6

Unbridled Cynicism from the Louisville Loudmouth July 2006

Jul 25 2006Unbridled Cynicism from the Louisville Loudmouth News and views regarding Kentucky from a lifelong Kentuckian Tuesday July 25 2006 The 14 6 billion Big Dig project the most expensive in U S history buried much of the citys highway network in tunnels be it the laws of the commonwealth conditions of sentencing or conditions of

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FBI Employees of Big Dig Contractor Convicted of Fraud

Big Dig project specifications also prohibited the addition of water to concrete after the concrete had been batched except under tightly controlled circumstances The defendants also directed that fly ash be eliminated from the concrete mix specifications on the occasions when Aggregate Industries ran

United States v Stevenson No 10

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

The New Science of Sentencing

A 2014 analysis by the states Criminal Sentencing Commission found that judges disregard sentencing guidelines roughly 20 percent of the time The commission has released aggregate figures showing that incarceration and recidivism rates in the state have both fallen since it began using risk assessment in sentencing But in a long fight with

Big Dig Concrete Supplier Aggregate to Pay 42 Million

Jul 27 2007Read more on the Big Dig materials failure and see appalling aftermath photos and diagrams at Design News Big Dig coverage page The company suspected of supplying the substandard concrete used in Bostons Big Dig has agreed to pay 42 million to settle civil and criminal investigations according to an article in todays Boston Globe Six managers from Aggregate

Four Sentenced For Role In Big Dig Supply Scheme

Four Sentenced For Role In Big Dig Supply Scheme BOSTON AP Four former employees of a company convicted of supplying substandard concrete to Bostons troubled Big Dig highway project have avoided prison time for their roles in the scheme A federal judge Thursday sentenced Lynn Mass resident Mark Blais and Canterbury Conn

The Big Dig redoing A Retaining Wall Around My Driveway

May 18 2012Managed to get about 6 hours in yesterday Mothers day made it difficult So I have laid down my first stones Here is the progress I had not really grasped the change of elevation between the beginning and the end and have concluded after yesterday that the footer is going to have to step up twice to avoid burying multiple rows of blocks in the ground

LR D RL Resolving Megaproject Claims Lessons From

Resolving Megaproject Claims Lessons From Bostons Big Dig By Kurt L Dettman Martin J Harty and Joel Lewin Kurt L Dettman LR D RL Martin J Harty Joel Lewin The Big Dig Project officially known as the Central Artery/Tunnel Project Projectreceived worldwide attention not only for its innovative engineering

Employees of Big Dig Contractor Convicted of Fraud

August 5 09 NEWS / Employees of Big Dig Contractor Convicted of Fraud BOSTON MASix former managers of Aggregate Industries N E Inc s concrete division the largest asphalt and concrete supply company in New England were convicted of conspiracy to defraud the United States by a jury in U S District Court in Boston late yesterday

Boston Big Dig Central Artery / Tunnel Project

The Big Dig in Boston Massachusetts US is a massive road infrastructure project which was undertaken to improve the flow of traffic alleviating chronic congestion across Boston and the surrounding commuter areas and to replace the outdated elevated Central Artery road that effectively split the city in half alienating the North End and

In Appeal of Construction Fraud Case DOJ Seeks Tougher

Nov 17 2011Aggregate 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 outofspecification concrete to the federally financed project

Big Dig managers guilty of fraud over substandard concrete

Four former managers working on the Big Dig project in Boston were found guilty of conspiracy and fraud charges this week In total six former managers of Aggregate Industries which was working on the highway project in the city were indicted in 2006 on charges that they falsified records hiding the fact they had delivered more than 5 000

Understanding

The public works project in Boston known fondly as the Big Dig went from estimates of 2 6 billion to a final price tag of 14 8 billion Conceived in the 1970s and finished more or less in 2005 the Big Dig is modern Americas most ambitious urbaninfrastructure project spanning six presidents and seven governors and costing 14 8 billion

Concrete Suppliers Convicted For Big Dig Scheme

BOSTON AP Two former managers of a company convicted of supplying substandard concrete to the Big Dig highway project in Boston have avoided prison time for their roles in the scheme A federal judge on Wednesday sentenced 64yearold Robert Prosperi of Lynnfield and 53yearold Gregory Stevenson of Furlong Pa

Probation for Big Dig Concrete Fraud

Four former employees of a company convicted of supplying substandard concrete to Bostons troubled Big Dig highway project have avoided prison time for their roles in the scheme A federal judge sentenced Mark Blais and John Farrar to probation home confinement and community service The judge sentenced two others to probation and home

FBI Big Dig Contractor Modern Continental Enters Guilty

MODERN CONTINENTAL pled guilty before U S District Judge Douglas P Woodlock to violations of making false statements in connection with the Central Artery/Tunnel project the Big Dig Specifically MODERN CONTINENTAL pled guilty to making a false statement with respect to the construction of the slurry wall panel that ruptured

Arrests made in Bostons Big Dig investigation

Six men whose company supplied most of the concrete in the Big Dig were arrested Thursday May 4 on federal charges alleging they falsified records to hide the substandard quality of materials delivered for the 14 6 billion delay and leakplagued downtown highway tunnel project the Associated Press reported The six men all current or former employees of Aggregate Industries face a

Investigations

All six individuals who were in managerial positions in the Aggregate Industries AI concrete division were convicted of fraud and related offenses for engaging in a scheme to provide approximately 5 000 truckloads of concrete that did not meet specifications to Big Dig contracts between 1996 and 2005 Sentencing is scheduled for November

Boston Big Dig Central Artery / Tunnel Project

The Big Dig in Boston Massachusetts US is a massive road infrastructure project which was undertaken to improve the flow of traffic alleviating chronic congestion across Boston and the surrounding commuter areas and to replace the outdated elevated Central Artery road that effectively split the city in half alienating the North End and Waterfront neighbourhoods from the economic life of

Boston Big Dig Contractor Agrees to Plead Guilty to

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

Two plead guilty in Big Dig concrete case

Jul 08 2009Denise Lavoie AP Legal Affairs Writer Boston AP Two former managers of a Big Dig contractor pleaded guilty Wednesday to being part of a conspiracy to deliver substandard concrete to the massive highway project Six former managers of Aggregate Industries NE Inc were indicted in 2006 on charges they falsified records to hide the inferior quality of more than 5 000 truckloads of concrete

Big Dig Explained

Planning for the Big Dig as a project officially began in 1982 with environmental impact studies starting in 1983 After years of extensive lobbying for federal dollars a 1987 public works bill appropriating funding for the Big Dig was passed by the US Congress but it was vetoed by

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 waterquality violations at nine of its local plants The action was