In April 2004, now-defunct Clark Building Systems, Inc. ("Clark") entered into a contract with appellee A&M Composting, Inc. ("A&M"), under which Clark would fabricate and deliver components for a large steel building to be assembled at A&Ms facility. Clark, in turn, subcontracted with appellant State Steel Supply, Inc. ("State Steel") to supply raw steel for the project. When State Steel was not paid for a significant portion of the steel that it supplied, it brought this diversity action against A&M in the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania. The District Court granted A&Ms motion for summary judgment in part, rejecting State Steels claims for breach of contract and an account stated. It denied summary judgment on State Steels claims of unjust enrichment and fraudulent inducement, and a bench trial ensued. The District Court thereafter granted A&Ms motion for judgment on partial findings pursuant to Rule 52(c) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, and entered final judgment. State Steel now appeals. We will affirm.