On Monday, the construction company CMC Construct received a cease and desist letter from the U.S. Department of Labor, claiming that it is a “non-union” contractor.
The letter, which was filed on Monday, was sent to CMC in response to the company’s use of the term “non” in its contract with the Labor Department.
In the letter, the Labor Dept. alleged that CMC “will be considered as a ‘non-employee,'” which would result in a “substantial penalty” for CMC’s “use of the terms ‘non employee’ or ’employee,’ without an employer’s consent.”
The letter went on to say that CMH has “permitted its employees to utilize its materials for the construction of its facilities” and that it “cannot accept a contractor who has engaged in such conduct.”
The Labor Dept.’s action came after CMC and CMH “agreed to a contract with a non-union contractor, which is also not considered a union contract.”
CMH is one of the largest construction firms in the country.
The company has been a fixture on the TV and radio news scene since its inception in 2006, with its main office in New York City and two more locations in Las Vegas, Nevada and Chicago, Illinois.
The construction firm is currently working on a massive, three-story, 3,500-square-foot mixed-use development in downtown Las Vegas.
The project is being financed by the city and the federal government.
The building, which will include a retail plaza and a luxury hotel, is expected to be completed in 2019.
“We’re a family-owned and operated company,” the company wrote in a statement to ESPN Clic.
We have cooperated fully with the Department of Commerce and are working to provide full and fair information to the public.””
As a public company, CMH intends to fully comply with all applicable laws and regulations governing construction work.
We have cooperated fully with the Department of Commerce and are working to provide full and fair information to the public.”