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Court OKs $5.6M Sale Of Indicted Engineering Firm

A California firm has completed its acquisition of a New Jersey engineering company that recently admitted making illegal campaign contributions.

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Birdsall Admits Pay-To-Play Violations, Owes State Millions

Birdsall Services Group, the Eatontown engineering fire at the center of a broadening probe of illegal political contributions in New Jersey, today admitted pumping more than a half-million dollars through low-level employees to gain contracts worth many millions more.

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Birdsall Sale Approved by Fed Bankruptcy Judge

Sale approved for a once prominent Eatontown-based Civil Engineering Firm.

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The collapsed portion of the Swimming River Pipeline Bridge in Monmouth County, one of many projects Birdsall was working on. NJ American Water has replaced Birdsall on this job. (NJ BPU)
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Birdsall Pursues a Sale

An embattled Eatontown-based civil engineering firm is preparing itself for a sale to a Virginia-based company. 

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Judge: Indicted NJ Firm’s Bankruptcy Can Continue

A federal judge says a major New Jersey engineering firm may move forward with its bankruptcy filing despite objections raised by state prosecutors.

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Ex-Birdsall Engineering CEO, Execs Indicted in Pay-to-Play Evasion Probe

The former CEO of one of New Jersey's most powerful engineering firms and six other executives are under indictment, charged with conspiring to sidestep the state's Pay-to-Play Act by using company employees as straw donors to political campaigns, and getting millions in lucrative government contracts in return.

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Former Birdsall Exec Confesses to Pay to Play Law Violations

The former executive of a major Monmouth County-based engineering consulting firm pleads guilty in State Superior Court in Ocean County Friday to a scheme to avoid the State's Pay-to-Play rules.

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