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Big Dig deal could hit $1b

By paying, consortium would be free from criminal charges

By Andrea Estes and Sean P. Murphy
Globe Staff / July 14, 2007

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State and federal officials are demanding that Bechtel/Parsons Brinckerhoff pay as much as $1 billion to settle claims for shoddy work on the Big Dig, in exchange for a guarantee that the consortium will not face criminal charges in last year's tunnel collapse that killed Milena Del Valle, according to four sources with knowledge of the negotiations. (Full article: 951 words)

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