BN Builders, MacDonald-Miller cited for gas explosion that injured two plumbers

Two plumbers were sent to the hospital June 18 after the explosion in a utility hole where they had been soldering.

Two construction companies involved in a Bellevue, Wash., gas explosion last June that injured two plumbers at the jobsite have been cited for failing to take the proper steps to avoid a fire hazard.

BN Builders, lead contractor on the building, and MacDonald-Miller, the subcontractor that employed the two plumbers, have been cited with “serious” violations by the state Department of Labor & Industries and charged a total of $3,450.

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