Contractor files three construction liens against SeaWorld after resort shuts down for COVID-19

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Wilsten Group Inc., based in Winter Park, has filed three construction liens against SeaWorld asserting the company owes almost $225,000 in unpaid bills.The Orlando-area tourist attraction closed about three weeks ago because of COVID-19.

The contractor filed the liens for the completed projects with the Orange County Comptroller on April 7.

 The liens include:

Lien
20200220521
Rec Date: 04/07/2020 01:54:24 PM  BookPage:   Related:  Related BP:  

Grantor:   WILSTEN GROUP INC Grantee:   SEA WORLD PARKS ENTERTAINMENT INC
Legal: DISCOVERY COVE ORLANDO AVIARY CART
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Lien
20200220522
Rec Date: 04/07/2020 01:54:24 PM  BookPage:   Related: 20200036312  Related BP:  

Grantor:   WILSTEN GROUP INC Grantee:   SEA WORLD PARKS ENTERTAINMENT INC
Legal: AQUATICA BEACH BAR
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Lien
20200220523
Rec Date: 04/07/2020 01:54:24 PM  BookPage:   Related: 20190676457  Related BP:  

Grantor:   WILSTEN GROUP INC Grantee:   SEA WORLD PARKS ENTERTAINMENT INC
Legal: AQUATICA ORLANDO WAVE POOL BEACH CABANAS
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“Our vendors, suppliers, contractors and subcontractors remain extremely important to us and we greatly appreciate their understanding and patience during this unprecedented time,” SeaWorld said in a statement reported by the Orlando Sentinel on April 8. “We have communicated to them that during the temporary closures in which 90% of our employees are furloughed, payments may be delayed. We have every intent to fulfill our obligations and will work individually with them to address concerns.”

The Sentinel reported that the contractor declined to comment.

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