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June 18, 2007

Albany --  Albany Tomorrow, Incorporated received more than half a million dollars in a settlement over shoddy construction of the Flint Riverquarium.

In 2004, Albany Tomorrow sued Tampa firm, RBK Architects, which designed and oversaw construction of the project.

The suit claimed RBK made errors and omissions that delayed the opening of the Riverquarium and the Adventure Center and upped the cost of the project.

Through an open records request, WALB NEWS 10 learned that ATI received $600,000 in the settlement with the company. In accordance with the settlement, ATI agreed to drop a civil suit against the company.

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