Lowcountry company faces lawsuits for breach

A North Charleston company is facing another lawsuit over a project to transform the northern end of the former naval base. The civil lawsuit alleges that the non-profit Noisette Company breached three different contracts with a Lowcountry engineering firm.
The Post and Courier of Charleston reports the firm, Davis and Floyd Incorporated, filed the lawsuit seeking more than $875 thousand in payments. This money would be for the drainage and sewage work they conducted at the site on the former navy base in North Charleston. The navy base is part of the historic Noisette community.
The company is also facing another lawsuit from the Capital City Insurance Company for worker’s compensation insurance issues. Capital City is seeking more than $14 thousand in that suit. Noisette denies owing the large amounts of money. Noisette is a foundation formed to improve the North Charleston community.