National Fire Suppression alleges it is owed more than $60,000 for work

By Angelica Saylo Pilo | Jan 30, 2019

ST. LOUIS – A Missouri company alleges it was not paid for work it performed on a St. Louis building.

Western States Protection Co., doing business as National Fire Suppression, filed a complaint on Jan. 16 in the St. Louis Circuit Court against HH St Louis Railway LP alleging breach of contract.

According to the complaint, the plaintiff was hired by the defendant to replace two existing fire pumps for a building and install new concrete pads for the pumps in November and December 2017. The suit states the defendant failed to turn on the heat to the building and the pipes were damaged by frozen water, which the plaintiff repaired.

The plaintiff alleges it sent invoices to the defendant on March 14, 2018, and April 27, 2018, for $43,619.14 and $22,898.32 respectively. As of the filing of this complaint, the said amounts allegedly remain due and owing. 

The plaintiff seeks judgment against defendant in the sum of $66,517.46, with interest, costs and all other relief that is proper and just. It is represented by Walter J. Downing of Western State Fire Protection Co. in Centennial, Colorado.

St. Louis Circuit Court case number 1922cc0131

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