Thursday, 15 June 2017

Rose Law Files Federal Lawsuit Against Aero Automatic Sprinkler Company

SAN JOSE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--In a federal class

action lawsuit filed last month, six professional fire sprinkler

fitters who worked for Aero Automatic Sprinkler Company, a subsidiary of

Kiewit Corporation, allege they were denied payment under the California

Labor Code of minimum prevailing wages, overtime wages, travel, daily

subsistence, health and Sprinkler System Denton welfare payments for work on at least five large

commercial construction projects. Rose Law also alleges the workers were

denied mandatory rest periods, and Aero failed to employ apprentice fire

sprinkler fitters on the public works projects, as required by

California law.

According to Rose Law, Aero Automatic Sprinkler Company has its

principal place of business in Phoenix, Arizona, maintains a branch

office California, and performs sprinkler work all over the United

States. Aero is wholly owned by Kiewit Corporation, an international

construction, engineering and mining company with North American

headquarters in Omaha, Nebraska. Kiewit is one of the largest

construction companies in the world. Aero has filed a Corporate

Disclosure Statement and Certificate of Interest in the federal lawsuit

on behalf of its parent Kiewit Corporation.

Rose Law alleges the workers installed fire sprinklers on private jobs,

including Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center in Thousand Oaks,

California and San Jose Regional Medical Center in San Jose, California,

and on public works projects including California Department of Veterans

Affairs (CalVet) Home in Fresno, CA and California Polytechnic

University (CalPoly) Center for Science in San Luis Obispo, California.

Any current or former employee of Aero may contact Rose Law for more


The lawsuit, brought under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act, the

California Labor Code, and California's Unfair Business Practices Act,

seeks unspecified damages for the six named workers plus all other fire

sprinkler fitters employed by Aero during the last Sprinkler System Installation Denton four years.

About Rose

Law -- Working Hard for Working People(TM)

The workers are represented by trial lawyers Joe

Rose and Lisa

Bradner of Rose Law, APC in Gold River, California. Rose and Bradner

help employees and unions in labor law matters involving unpaid wages

and overtime, illegal discrimination, retaliation and catastrophic

injury. Joe Rose, a former firefighter, was named a Northern California

Super Lawyers Rising Star again in 2014 and teaches employment law at

Lincoln Law School of Sacramento.

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