The Bloomington Utilities Department is moving cautiously in its dealings with the international company responsible for building section 5 of Interstate 69. Last night, the Bloomington Utilities Service Board voted to table a contract with Isolux Corsan, which has experienced major financial problems in recent months. City attorney Chris Wheeler advised the Board to carefully consider any new deals with the company.
“I’m not sure that the city will be as confident entering into a contract like this with somebody who appears to be right on the verge of going bankrupt,” says Wheeler. “I don’t know what it me