Mass AG hits company for $25k
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Sylvain Michaud, Bill Poulin and their company, All-Pro Construction Management, have been issued significant penalties by the Massachusetts Attorney General??s Office for wage and reporting violations in cases referred by Organizers for the New England Regional Council of Carpenters.

A total of $25,000 in penalties was issued for four violations, the largest being for misclassifying employers as independent contractors, which earned them a $19,000. They also were assessed $2,000 each for failure to make timely payment of wages, failure to submit true and accurate certified payroll records and failure to keep true and accurate payroll records.

The violations occurred between January 1, 2008 and January 22, 2010 involving work the company performed at Maintenance Building Repairs in Framingham; Fire Station #4 in Newton; the Fish Pier renovation in Boston; the Administrative Building Construction in Needham; and the Fox Hall Renovations in Lowell.