The offices of Lehr Construction in the Flatiron District were raided by the Manhattan DA's office Wednesday morning. While Lehr employees were arriving for work, detectives with the DA's Construction Industry Strike Force acted on a search warrant as part of an ongoing investigation of the interior construction industry. They carted away over twenty cartons of documents and several computer units. (Lehr executive Gerald Lazar has pleaded guilty to bribery before, as a part of a complex bid rigging plot with other firms.) Executives tell the NY Times that the interior construction industry, is said to be "headed into another troubled period." It's unclear when exactly the last period of fraud ended.