– A company that applies coatings to steel products is suing over
alleged breach of contract.
Applied Coatings filed the suit April 6 in St. Clair County Circuit
Court against Industrial Steel Fabricators.
May 13, 2015, the parties allegedly entered into a contract to blast and
paint metal container pipe racks, the suit says. As part of the contract,
Industrial Steel agreed to pay for the sandblasting and painting of
approximately 62 tons of material.
However, Precision Applied Coatings claims the defendant has failed to pay for all of the work. A balance of $63,000 remains on the amount due. The plaintiff alleges that despite written demands for payment, the defendant has failed
to respond, the suit alleges.
plaintiff seeks the $63,000, plus interest, attorney fees and court
costs. It also seeks other relief the court deems equitable. The
plaintiff is represented by Alvin C. Paulson of Alvin C. Paulson,
Attorney at Law in Belleville.
Clair County Circuit Court case number 16-L-198