Tile Company Says It Did Not Get Paid
9-18-2015 22:49:00

OAKLAND, Calif. (CN) - A tile company says it did not get paid for supplies that went toward a new Kaiser building, in Alameda County Superior Court.

     StrongGo Industries LLC sued Rudolph & Sletten, Inc., Travelers Casualty and Surety Company of America, Vanguard Construction and Kaiser Permanente San Leandro Medical Center. 
     Vanguard bought TekWay dome tiles for the parking lots and building entry and exit routes at Kaiser’s San Leandro facility, according to the lawsuit. Vanguard was a subcontractor on the project and Rudolph & Sletten was the prime contractor, it says.
     Vanguard did not pay for the tiles, which StrongGo delivered in multiple shipments from October to December 2013, according to the complaint.
     With interest, the outstanding amount is now $106,631.00, StrongGo says.
     StrongGo recorded a mechanics’ lien in Jan. 2014 and a replacement mechanics’ lien in May 2014, the complaint states. Rudolph & Sletten recorded a mechanics’ lien release bond in May 2014 and Travelers Casualty and Surety issued a mechanics’ lien release bond of $123,635.04.
     StrongGo seeks general and special damages, pre-judgment interest, costs of suit, recovery against the bond and quantum meruit. StrongGo is represented by Craig Wallace and Daniel F. McLennon of McLennon Law Corporation in San Francisco.