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Here Goes Callahan AGAIN!

by admin on December 14, 2015

Investigators from the state’s Department of Industrial Accidents (DIA) fined Callahan Subcontractor Trinity Wall Systems LLC $2,500 after Trinity defaulted on a Stop Work Order (SWO) for failure to provide workers compensation insurance for its workers.

On October 6th, DIA investigators visited Callahan Inc,’s Rumney Flats project in Revere, and delivered a Stop Work Order (SWO) for Trinity Wall Systems after it was determined that the company did not have a workers compensation policy. Trinity regularly provides labor for Metro Walls, a frequent Callahan subcontractor, and had 10 people working on the site.

After appealing the SWO, Trinity owner Wascar Bautista-Tavarez failed to appear at a hearing, failed to provide payment, eventually defaulted and was subsequently fined.

This Stop Work Order is emblematic of the behavior of Callahan’s subcontractors, many of whom do not provide workers compensation insurance or other legally mandated obligations.

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