Tracking Down An Out-Of-State Contractor

Tracking Down An Out-Of-State Contractor
Troubleshooters

POSTED: Thursday, October 6, 2011 - 10:30am

UPDATED: Tuesday, February 7, 2012 - 6:21pm

EL PASO - An out-of-state contractor seems to be avoiding us.

The TroubleShooter Team has been trying to contact a man named Chad Neal from Arkansas. That's because two local business owners say he sub-contracted them to do thousands of dollars of work, but they say he never paid them.

We've tracked down several email addresses and phone numbers for Neal, but he has not returned our calls or emailed us back. Don't worry, we're not giving up.

We believe he has moved to California, and we will continue to try and track him down.

Neal is known to have run several companies based out of the same Arkansas town, including Aleman Construction Services, Phoenix Construction and Guzman Construction. None of the companies he is believed to be a part of are from El Paso.

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Federal procurement agencies should have some control and responsibility over the sub-contractors hired by the main contractor. The main contractors should identify the sub-contractors before it enters into an agreement with a Federal procurement office and a portion of the agreed on price should be held back until there are no claims against it.

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