Gene Johnson Nov. 13, 2015, 1:28pm

A New Orleans-based construction company is suing a another company over payment allegedly owed in the construction of a concrete component of a waste water drainage system in St. James Parish.

Boh Bros. Construction Co. LLC filed a lawsuit against Gulf Sulphur Services on Sept. 22 in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana citing breach of contract.

On or about July 18, 2014, Boh Bros. submitted a bid in an effort to be tasked to address the concrete options of a waste water drainage system. Gulf Sulphur Services, as owner of the project, selected the Boh Bros. bid. Boh Bros. began to construct the improvement on the project in December 2014. Shortly after beginning the construction, Boh Bros. claimed that it received a total of 16 change orders and that Golden Sulphur Services owes them $511,019.65 for the changes during the work construction.

Boh Bros. Construction is represented by New Orleans-based attorneys Michael R. Riess and Michael D. Lane of Kingsmill Riess LLC.

U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana 2:15-cv-04645-NJB-JCW

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