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[media-credit name=”Community Media photo by Sam Spokony ” align=”aligncenter” width=”600″][/media-credit]One World Trade Center has become embroiled in a conflict involving its steel firm. The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, owner of the 1,776-foot-high skyscraper, has sued steel fabricator ADF Steel Corporation for failing to deliver materials to the site that are necessary to complete the building’s antenna and has requested a court order requiring the company to deliver the steel. The company is reportedly withholding the delivery due to an unresolved contract dispute with the bi-state agency. Port Authority spokesperson Steve Coleman declined to comment as to whether the skyscraper is still on track to open late next year.
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