Harris Construction workers put beams into place on the roof of one of two classroom buildings at Fresno High School in this 2012 photo. Contracts given by Fresno Unified to Harris have come under scrutiny in a federal investigation.
Harris Construction workers put beams into place on the roof of one of two classroom buildings at Fresno High School in this 2012 photo. Contracts given by Fresno Unified to Harris have come under scrutiny in a federal investigation. CRAIG KOHLRUSS/THE FRESNO BEE Fresno Bee Staff Photo
Harris Construction workers put beams into place on the roof of one of two classroom buildings at Fresno High School in this 2012 photo. Contracts given by Fresno Unified to Harris have come under scrutiny in a federal investigation. CRAIG KOHLRUSS/THE FRESNO BEE Fresno Bee Staff Photo

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