Harris Construction employees work on the roof of Fresno High School in 2012. The firm came under scrutiny over a contract given to it for construction of Gaston Middle School.
Harris Construction employees work on the roof of Fresno High School in 2012. The firm came under scrutiny over a contract given to it for construction of Gaston Middle School. CRAIG KOHLRUSS/THE FRESNO BEE Fresno Bee Staff Photo
Harris Construction employees work on the roof of Fresno High School in 2012. The firm came under scrutiny over a contract given to it for construction of Gaston Middle School. CRAIG KOHLRUSS/THE FRESNO BEE Fresno Bee Staff Photo

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