Troubled jobs plague contractor

Illia, Tony
April 2002
Las Vegas Business Press;4/22/2002, Vol. 19 Issue 16, p3
Focuses on implications of troubled industrial projects for the general contractor Meadow Valley Contractors Inc. in Las Vegas. Effect on the Las Vegas Beltway project; Background of the company; Evaluation of the business failure.


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