Subcontractor files response in Siemens case

By ANTHONY WARREN,

Another volley has been fired in the Siemens case. On July 12, U.S. Consolidated, one of the subcontractors working on Jackson’s $90 million water overhaul, filed a response to the city’s complaint.

The city is suing Siemens Industry and its subcontractors for $225 million in damages related to complications with the Siemens contract. Jackson brought on the firm in 2012 to completely overhaul its water system, including installing new meters and implementing a new billing system.

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