Some of BP’s choices allowed it to minimize costly delays. “We were behind schedule already,” said Tyrone Benton, a technician who operated underwater robots and worked for a subcontractor. He said that on the day before the accident, a Monday, managers “hoped we’d be finished by that Friday…. But it seemed like they were pushing to finish it before Friday.”
He added: “They were doing too many jobs at one time.” Mr. Benton is suing BP and Transocean claiming physical injury and mental anguish.
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