A lawsuit filed in Pima County Superior Court claims that work done at the Oro Valley Marketplace has gone unpaid.
Tucson-based Amanti Electric Company asserts that it is owed more than $200,000 for electrical work the company did at Dick's Sporting Goods.
Court papers filed on June 22 say that Amanti entered into a contract with Colorado Structures, Inc. in May 2008 to perform work at the sporting goods store. That work was completed in October 2008, according to documents filed with the court by Amanti.
The case names Dick's Sporting Goods and Vestar Development Company, owner's of the Oro Valley Marketplace, as defendants.
"By refusing to pay Amanti for the labor, equipment, materials and service, Defendants Colorado Structures, Vestar OVM, LLC and Dick's Sporting Goods, Inc. have been unjustly enriched at Amanti's expense," according to the complaint.
The company has asked the court to award it $203,533 to pay for services rendered and attorneys fees.
Amanti Electric Company is licensed by the Arizona Registrar of Contractors and has no complaints nor disciplinary actions taken against it, according to the registrar's Web site.
Representatives from Amanti and Colorado Structures did not return phone calls requesting comments.