“The machine is stuck near Pioneer Square, some 1,083 feet into the 9,270-foot route from Sodo to South Lake Union. . . The state has paid about $1 billion toward the $1.35 billion contract.”
That’s some first class project management right there.
I saw the same thing happen to my cabinet and finish carpentry work while I was building a new house, with draws way ahead of delivery. I warned my general contractor, but not in time to prevent the subcontractor from going belly up with five figures of my money out the door and only half my cabinetry installed.
But I think I have the right to demand better supervision than that from our obscenely well funded government.