Subcontractor Owed for Wall and Ceiling Work, It Claims
OAKLAND, Calif. (CN) – Kaiser and a construction firm owe a subcontractor for drywall and ceiling work, the subcontractor claims in Alameda County Superior Court.
Raymond – Northern California, Inc. sued XL Construction Corporation for breach of written contract, work, labor and services, account states, money had and received and money paid. Raymond sued both XL Construction and Kaiser for quantum meruit, foreclosure of mechanics’ lien and mechanics’ lien release bond.
According to the lawsuit, XL Construction and Kaiser hired Raymond – Northern California for drywall and acoustical ceiling installation.
Several change orders and field change orders were executed during construction, and the total cost agreed upon after those change orders was $646,790.76, according to the complaint.
Only $539,060.36 was paid, leaving an outstanding balance of $107,730.40, according to the complaint.
Raymond – Northern California seeks the principal plus interest, attorney’s fees, costs of suit and expert witness fees.