SF contractor said it lost out to a firm willing to pay to play
by SF Usual Suspects
Feb 24, 2020

Contractor Synergy Project Management Inc is alleging that it was “scapegoated” by then-Supervisor London Breed and fired by Mohammed Nuru back in 2015 for refusing to take part in a corruption scheme, costing the firm millions of dollars in city contracts. Five gas lines on Haight Street were cut during 2015 roadwork, but the company denies responsibility, and the company's $19 million bid for work on the Van Ness corridor was too high and cancelled it- while the final project ended up costing $30 million.