E.E. Cruz & Co. and Nicholson Construction Company, subcontractors for the Manhattanville expansion, are suing Lend Lease Construction, a general contractor for the expansion, for $23.6 million.
At Columbia's Manhattanville expansion, workers have finished the first slurry wall and begun construction what will become the first floor of the Jerome L. Greene Science Center.
The University has often had a strained relationship with its neighbors in working on the campus expansion, especially when it comes to fulfilling its employment promises. But small business owners said they had a lot more to be happy about on Tuesday.
School of Continuing Education student Chris Colangelo is studying construction administration while also working as a staff engineer on the Manhattanville campus expansion.
The most ambitious undertaking of the current construction project is the slurry wall, which will keep water out of the underground complex that will support Columbia's Manhattanville campus.
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