Opening arguments in the case against Testwell Laboratories, a concrete testing firm accused of falsifying project results, began today. The company, along with four of its top executives, stand accused of filing fake concrete safety reports on over 100 projects in the city, including the new Yankee Stadium and the Freedom Tower at ground zero. Company representatives, however, contend that inconsistencies in testing results are the result of inadvertent mistakes.
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