June 19, 2013 5:23 PM

Construction company improperly got minority status, KC auditors say

The decision — involving a company called TWS Technical Services LLC — potentially cost “legitimate” minority businesses millions of dollars in contracts, the study says. TWS was founded by William Session, a well-known Kansas City attorney. In 2008, the firm signed contracts worth almost $11 million to perform excavation work for the CenterPoint project, a multimillion-dollar rail and trucking port on the site of the old Richards-Gebaur air base.

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