During the process, one of the workers slips while walking over the pond bridge, his foot busting through the liner.
After draining the water out of his shoe, he finds the project manager and tells him what just happened. He contacts the main office and Todd Tribble calls Frank. He offers to cover all the costs, which is enough for Frank.
“I’m glad you told me,” Frank says into the phone, “I feel like other contractors would’ve just pretended like it didn’t happen and kept working. Then I would’ve had a swamp to deal with. Thanks for covering the repair cost by the way.”
“Of course,” Todd says, “it wouldn’t feel right if we didn’t. Thank you for being so understanding.”