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Big Dig firm was warned about epoxy

Supplier faced complaints in Singapore

By Scott Allen and Sean P. Murphy
Globe Staff / August 10, 2007

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The epoxy supplier indicted Wednesday on involuntary manslaughter charges in the Big Dig tunnel ceiling collapse faced serious problems with the strength and reliability of its glue on several Singapore projects at the same time that bolts fastened with an identical material began coming loose during construction of the ceiling in Boston, according to internal company documents obtained by the ... (Full article: 1509 words)

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