Federal Contractor Misconduct Database (FCMD)

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Phillips & Jordan, Inc.

1 instances of misconduct since 1995 | $22,500 in penalties

Phillips and Jordan is a general and specialty construction contractor. Over the years, P&J has won substantial contracts from the federal government, playing a key role in the cleanup and rebuilding work in the aftermath of Hurricanes Andrew and Katrina and the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center. P&J was one of four prime contractors selected by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to clean up the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina along the Gulf Coast, a contract that could be worth more than $500 million.

Correspondence Date
Letter to Phillips & Jordan 6/7/2008
FY Rank Contract Awards
2018 N/A $0
2017 N/A $0
2016 N/A $0
2015 N/A $0
2014 N/A $-2,669,768
2013 N/A $-28,551
2012 N/A $-3,022,702
2011 N/A $167.7M

1 Instance of Misconduct since 1995

Date Instance Penalty
7/18/2002 NC Open Burning Violation
Phillips & Jordan, Inc.

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