Violation Tracker Individual Record
A joint venture of engineering and construction companies agreed to pay the United States $24.75 million to settle allegations that the firms violated the False Claims Act. The government asserted the companies violated the False Claims Act by knowingly submitting inflated claims on Amtrak's project to electrify the rail corridor between New Haven and Boston. Balfour Beatty Construction; Massachusetts Electric Construction Company; their joint venture BBC-MEC; J. F. White Contracting Company; and Northeast Corridor Foundations, a joint venture between J.F. White and BBC-MEC, were the targets of the accusations.