Construction firm goes bankrupt, leaves two North Carolina schools unfinished

March 5, 2001
A construction firm that packed up and left two Randolph County, N.C., schools unfinished, has filed for bankruptcy. Randolph County Schools officials

A construction firm that packed up and left two Randolph County, N.C., schools unfinished, has filed for bankruptcy. Randolph County Schools officials say the bankruptcy will not affect the completion of the school projects. Both buildings are scheduled to open in August.

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