Corbel Construction sub contractors and suppliers are outraged that the directors of the failed company will be paid ahead of them. The company was working on projects in Christchurch and leaky apartments in Parnell, Auckland when directors and shareholders Mark Wells and Craig Jones put it in liquidation in December. Months before the collapse trusts controlled by Wells and Jones loaned Corbel $960,000. The loans were protected by a legal security agreement that puts them ahead of the 250 out-of-pocket subcontractors and suppliers. The trusts have been repaid about $100,000 so far. Charlie Feary who owns a drain laying company owed $60,000 said it made him so angry to think about it he had to “let it go”. READ MORE: * Corbel Construction fails after apartment owners win claim * Corbel collapse leaves Auckland apartment owners still facing major bills * Corbel subbie owed $700k didn’t know about longstanding problems * Another big building player folds: Corbel Construction in liquidation “I’ve cut my losses. We were a two year old company. We’ve survived and I’m still employing four guys but we’ve had to work harder to make it up....