Last week a poor soul was crushed under a concrete slab at the West 37th Street hotel construction project in New York, NY, and "Cava Construction, which is listed as the general contractor for the project on the Department of Building's website, is owned by Carmine Della Cava, a reputed member of the Genovese crime family, according to court documents" as reported by Ben Fractenberg for DNAinfo.
Della Cava was charged in a 1986 bid-rigging indictment against the Genovese family including front boss Anthony Salerno, and "after several years as a fugitive . . . was captured and convicted of racketeering in the early 1990s" for which he served just 28 months of an eight-year sentence as reported by Charles V. Bagli for The New York Times.
In 2012 Della Cava's lawyer Alfred DeMaria said the bid-rigging conviction "was 25 years ago," and "he's not doing anything wrong now."