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Concrete Company Seeks more than $1.6M in Breach of Contract Lawsuit

A California concrete company has filed a $1.6 million breach of contract lawsuit against a basement building business.

According to St. Clair County Circuit Court documents, Kienstra Concrete Products has filed a lawsuit against Best-Way Foundations Inc., Best-Way Realty LLC, Hess Enterprises LLC and Gulf Coast Poured Concrete Walls LLc. The companies’ various owners, John Hess III, John Hess IV, and Daniel Hess, are also named as defendants.

In the lawsuit, Kienstra claims it entered into several verbal agreements with Best-Way to provide concrete. The plaintiff claims it received orders and delivered concrete to locations specified by Best-Way between February 2010 and June 2010. The lawsuit contends Best-Way never paid for the concrete, despite a verbal agreement to do so. Kienstra claims the amount owed was never disputed.

Kienstra is seeking $1.6 million in damages, plus interest.

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