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(l-r) Ed Seglias, Robbie O'Brien, and Matt Skaroff of Cohen Seglias Pallas Greenhall & Furman. (l-r) Edward Seglias, Robert O’Brien, and Matt Skaroff of Cohen Seglias Pallas Greenhall & Furman.

In late 2018, the Comcast Technology Center opened to the public after approximately three-and-a-half years of construction. Not only did the immense tower present unusual problems and solutions (such as the 125,000 gallons of water on the 57th floor used to offset swaying on windy days), but the approximate-$1.5 billion price tag reflects the hundreds of contracts and project participants that helped make the building a reality. Despite all the efforts from capable firms and contractors working on the project, it was completed about a year late and is subject to numerous claims and disputes.

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