“When It Rains – It Pours” – Cross Marine Projects’ Story

Cross Marine Projects was founded in 1975 and has over 40 years of experience in the industry. They’re a highly competent marine construction company that offers professional marine consultation services.

They are the go-to provider of marine environmental projects and a trusted source of all marine related inspections including underwater inspection, dam inspection, water tank inspection, dredging, underwater recovery and marine disaster response to name just a few of their services.

In 2014, Morton Salt solicited bids for a marine construction project to extend a canal across the Great Salt Lake. Cross Marine Projects Inc. won the bid. Cross signed Morton’s proposed $2M contract in December of 2014. After mobilizing, Cross discovered that Morton did not have the permits for the work.

Cross also discovered that a temporary dam was constructed by Morton, blocking access to the canal, and preventing Cross from completing a survey on part of the canal extension. This shoddily-built dam was leaking and required constant maintenance requiring Cross to pump dredge materials at great distances. Morton’s lack of permits caused the project to be delayed after equipment and resources were mobilized and ready to perform.

Morton’s management “Authorized and Approved” over $500K in additional costs during the project. When Cross completed the project successfully, Morton refused to pay the $244,000 still owed on the $2Million dollar base contract…… And none of the $500k in extra work that Morton had already approved.

IN THE INSIDER EXCLUSIVE, “JUSTICE IN AMERICA” NETWORK TV SPECIAL our news team visits with Cross Marine Projects’ Attorney, Steve Sumsion, in Provo, Utah to “Go Behind the Headlines” to see how Steve is successfully representing Cross Marine to get this 170-year-old Iconic American company, Morton Salt, to pay what it legitimately owes Cross .

Steve will also explain some of the Specific Challenges, Case Hurdles, Unique Aspects, Legal Issue to Prove, and the Societal Changes that result from this case.

Please contact Steve Sumsion @ Sumsion Business Law for further info: https://www.businesslawutah.com/ (801) 375-2830