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The dispute stemmed from Built’s appointment as the main contractor on the Heirloom Apartments project in Fremantle.

Court rejects Built claim on C&L

Construction company Built Holdings has found itself in an unwanted legal and contractual predicament, after a computer glitch led to it making what it says was an accidental $565,000 overpayment to sub-contractor C&L Ceilings.

The dispute stemmed from Built’s appointment as the main contractor on the Heirloom Apartments project in Fremantle.

It hired Maddington-based C&L Ceilings as a sub-contractor on what was meant to be a fixed lump sum price of $10.1 million (exclusive of GST).

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Total value of current WA projects

24th↓Psaros108,700,000
25th-MGroup87,000,000
26th-Built Holdings68,000,000
27th-PS Structures47,400,000
28th-NW Construction35,000,000
88 construction companies ranked by total combined value of current WA projects ($)

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