Concrete Contractor Agrees to Pay $3.9 Million, Gets Credit for Half from $12.5 Million DPA

Colas Djibouti, a subsidiary of French civil engineering company Colas SA, ­has agreed to pay $3.9 million to resolve civil allegations by the DOJ that it sold substandard concrete used to construct U.S. Navy airfields in the Republic of Djibouti. The concrete allegedly did not meet gradation requirements, contained excessive alkali-silica reactive material, and contained […]
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