http://www.boston.com/news/traffic/bigdig/articles/2006/07/26/memo_warned_of_ceiling_collapse/ The on-site safety officer for the Interstate 90 connector directly warned his superiors at contractor Modern Continental Construction Co. that the tunnel ceiling could collapse because the bolts could not support the heavy concrete panels, and feared for his conscience if someone died as a result. Article Tools John J. Keaveney -- in a starkly-worded two-page memo sent in 1999 to Robert Coutts, senior project manager for Modern Continental -- wrote that he could not ``comprehend how this structure can withhold the test of time." Keaveney added: ``Should any innocent State Worker or member of the Public be seriously injured or even worse killed as a result, I feel that this would be something that would reflect Mentally and Emotionally upon me, and all who are trying to construct a quality Project." *** More corporate ineptitude and corruption. Bring back more oversight and regulation of corporations to prevent this type of incompetence. Let's hope Angel Deville finds a trial lawyer who can so those contractors for enough money that they learn a lesson. I hope he gets $100 million.