Pasadena business sued over East End public works projects
A Pasadena business is being sued over materials used in public works projects in the East End.
Gulf Coast Pavers filed a lawsuit on April 26 in the Harris County District Court against Pasadena’s Apache Services Inc. and Hartford Fire Insurance Co., alleging breach of contract.
Gulf Coast Pavers says it contracted to provide Apache Services with goods and services for projects, including the Cliff Tuttle Park and Eastwood Park public works development in the East End. According to the brief, the defendants breached their contract by failing to pay for these materials as agreed.
Gulf Coast Pavers is seeking actual damages, attorney’s fees and court costs. It is being represented in the case by Houston attorney Jeffrey Tompkins.
Harris County District Court Case No. 2011-25225.
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