Steel erector tries to iron out survival plan

04/7/2004 | Engineering News-Record

Havens Steel, battered by rising steel prices, filed for bankruptcy protection March 18, and company executives are trying to find a way to preserve the firm that built some of the most prominent structures in the nation. Havens' attorney says the company's unbonded projects, including a $200 million printing plant under construction in Kansas City, Mo., have been shut down until "the owner or contractor involved provides funding going forward on an advanced basis."

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