Supplier is accused of running roughshod over small contractor

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Sometimes even the bestrun construction jobs head south, but in two projects involving 84 Lumber’s installed sales division in New Orleans, alleged poor work, bad management, and legal bullying have left several small contractors devastated. The news of a fresh legal entanglement for the Eightyfour, Pa.-based supplier comes less than a year after a similar ProSales report, which involved 84 Lumber and a western Maryland builder
who has waged a four-year legal battle over allegedly shoddy construction by the supplier’s installed sales division that resulted in newly built homes being condemned and the builder in bankruptcy.
 
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