A roofer that accused BJC HealthCare of discrimination and sought to halt its $1.5 billion campus renewal project has dropped its claims in a joint filing with the health care giant.

CMT Roofing LLC and the African-American Business and Construction Workers Association, in the Tuesday filing with BJC, said the claims were to be dismissed with prejudice, and that all parties would pay their own attorneys' fees.

CMT's attorney, Eric Vickers, declined to comment. Ed Dowd Jr. of Dowd Bennett, a lawyer for BJC, and a BJC spokeswoman did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

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