Schiavone Construction Co. agreed on Nov. 29 to a $22.4-million settlement of a federal probe into its use of phony companies in place of legitimate minority and women-owned subcontractors on big New York City infrastructure jobs. The news recalled the case of Reagan-era Secretary of Labor Raymond Photo: Couretesy of Total Impact Communicaitons Alleged subcontracting fraud by contractor occurred on Manhattan’s South Ferry subway station rehab and other New York City jobs. Related Links: Justice Department Press Release Schiavone No-Prosecution Agreement Joint Statement of Facts Donovan. Before entering the public sector, he was a principal at Schiavone, one of the
Despite a faltering international market, 2015 and the beginning of 2016 are proving to be strong years for U.S. contractors, with steady domestic growth and only moderate strain from workforce shortages.