The fallout continues from the failure of Trainor Glass, which filed for protection from its creditors in March and has affected operations of several firms. The newest development concerns a hospital in Peridot, Ariz.

Recently, General Contractor McCarthy Building Cos. and Trainor’s surety, Westchester Fire Insurance Co., filed a joint motion requesting a federal bankruptcy court judge in Chicago to lift an automatic stay on the bankruptcy filing. The court granted the order on July 20, allowing the surety to complete Trainor’s glass and glazing contract on the 184,000 square foot replacement hospital campus for the San Carlos Apache Tribe.

McCarthy is looking for a replacement contractor to handle Trainor’s work as glass and glazing contractor, says Matthew Lawson, McCarthy's general counsel. “We’ve been dealing with this [situation] for months,” he says.

The hospital campus project involves construction of five buildings on a 50-acre site.

Based in Farmers Branch, Texas, Trainor Glass shut its doors at nine locations where it had operations Feb. 22.

Trainor's list of creditors in its March bankruptcy filing included 11 companies each owed more than $350,000, with the three biggest creditors all owed more than $1 million. They are United Architectural Metals of North Canton, Ohio ($1.4 million), Viracon Inc., Owatonna, Minn. ($1.1 million) and EFCO, based in Monett, Mo. ($1.1 million).