California State University, Los Angeles Review

Weaver Electric Inc. is owned and operated since 1963 by 90 year old Martha Weaver. Her company engineered and constructed a Hydrogen Fueling station for California State University Los Angeles. | Weaver bid the project in 2008, was awarded the project in 2009, and completed the construction in 2012. CSULA began utilizing the station and began fueling vehicals since November 2011. The site was signed off for occupancy in May of 2012. | Upon completion of construction, CSULA’s staff removed monies from Weaver’s contact without justifiable reasons. CSULA’s staff refused to close out the project causing major financial problems for Weaver Electric Inc.’s staff and owners. Martha Weaver had to file a claim to get the University to close out the project properly and try to get them to pay her. | CSULA never paid the balance of the contact for the work completed by Weaver. Instead of trying to settle their delinqunt account, CSULA hired an large legal firm and filed a counter claim for liquidated damages against Weaver for 2 million dollars (the same amount of the contract) although they have been using the facility for the past 4 years.

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Name: California State University, Los Angeles

Country: United States

State: California

City: Los Angeles

Address: 5151 State University Dr

Phone: 323-343-3000

Website: www.calstatela.edu/

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