West Belfast building supplier JP Corry is seeking the winding-up of Eglinton construction firm BM Groundworks Ltd. which has recently worked on such major projects as Coopers Mill in Dundonald.
The former lodged a winding-up petition with the High Court in Belfast on October 15, claiming to be a creditor of the North West groundwork specialist.
The petition is scheduled for hearing on Thursday (December 12).
According to the Belfast Gazette the petition was presented on October 15 by JP Corry (NI) Limited.
The Belfast company claims to be a creditor of BM Groundworks, which has worked on such significant developments as the Coopers Mill housing development in Dundonald.
The High Court says any person who wants to appear at the hearing must give notice of intention to do so to the petitioner or its solicitor McAlinden & Rafferty, 127 Falls Road, Belfast, by 4pm on Wednesday.
The firm carried out all aspects of the groundwork from main drainage to paving around individual properties at Coopers Mill. It has worked on a number of housing developments around NI.