The key management personnel of a mid-size underground construction company were killed in a plane crash.
At the request of the firm's CPA, The Tuxhorn Company was brought into the situation to consult, support, negotiate and assist the company's successors. A government contract was creating cash flow issues. Involved was one mile of water line through an urban area, under a federal highway, with many unknown site conditions including ground water, inconsistent soils conditions and rogue utility lines. The multi-agency approvals and lack of support documentation was straining both cash flow and the remaining management staff's abilities to complete the job and collect on outstanding accounts receivable.
The Tuxhorn Company assembled a support team and facilitated negotiation and communications with engineers, architects, government decision makers and attorneys.