The $30 million Franklin County courthouse project is one of 26 courthouse construction contracts that Cordell Construction has managed since 2006. Codell has received $227,302.44 in extended-service fees — an extra amount paid because of various delays in the project.
The $30 million Franklin County courthouse project is one of 26 courthouse construction contracts that Cordell Construction has managed since 2006. Codell has received $227,302.44 in extended-service fees — an extra amount paid because of various delays in the project.
The $30 million Franklin County courthouse project is one of 26 courthouse construction contracts that Cordell Construction has managed since 2006. Codell has received $227,302.44 in extended-service fees — an extra amount paid because of various delays in the project.

Watchdog report: Millions in 'extended' fees paid for courthouse construction that missed deadline

December 09, 2012 12:00 AM

UPDATED June 28, 2013 12:06 PM

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