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6 construction business risk areas you can’t ignore

05/15/2017 at 2:19 pm

Are you a risk taker? Or do you avoid risk at all costs? Chances are if you own, or work, in a construction company you have a greater tolerance for risk than most business leaders. Construction by its nature is a risky business. With slim profit margins and an over-abundance of challenges, the building industry is…


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Price and payment: Getting it right in your construction contracts

05/11/2017 at 1:27 pm

When it comes to construction contracts, and the price you will charge for your work, there are certain things to consider beyond listing a figure on the first or second page of the contract. Obviously, the first thing to consider is whether the price mirrors the scope of work that you intend on providing. This…


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Efforts expand to bring construction workers home safely

05/04/2017 at 12:03 pm

Anyone in construction knows this sobering fact all too well: The U.S. construction industry has more worker fatalities than any other industry. It’s a statistic that many construction companies and organizations are working tirelessly to change. That is especially evident as we recognize Safety Week, May 1-5, an industry-wide effort to promote safety best practices…


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Don’t skimp on scope-of-work details

05/03/2017 at 11:22 am

Most disputes we get involved with as construction lawyers generally revolve around a construction contract’s scope of work. It’s usually a misunderstanding where one party believes something was included in the contract and the other party believes it was not. The scope of work provision addresses these issues. Specify what you will do For contractors doing…


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One-stop resource provides contractors with legal tips and news

03/27/2017 at 4:25 pm

I’m always on the lookout for information I think construction companies will find useful. So, when I heard about this new resource called the Construction Lawyers Alliance, I was intrigued. The alliance is a nationwide network of construction lawyers that has created one unified source of information covering construction legal trends, developments, and solutions. When…


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“Hidden” obligations: Don’t let contract documents catch you by surprise

02/20/2017 at 3:58 am

When a hurricane struck a job site causing partly installed tilt-up construction panels to collapse, suit was brought for professional malpractice by the owner against his architect. The architect countered that this aspect of the project was not his responsibility and that it was more an engineering issue. To support his contention, the architect showed…


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