The mechanics lien is a powerful legal tool available to construction parties, but often parties fear filing a lien may create bad blood or destroy a business relationship. Lien waivers exist to benefit all parties involved on construction projects and help avoid nasty...
Ever feel like the more work you do yourself the less you get done? Most business owners work far too hard for the return they get. They have too many details to handle and not enough time to focus on the big things that make them the...
Nonresidential construction starts increased 18 percent from February to March in the U.S., according to a new report from construction data provider CMD. March's new construction total, $28.5 billion, was 1.6 percent higher than March 2015. Year-to-date starts have...
Any new project employs many different people, personalities, past building experience and "world views" of how each individual believes things should work. After many years of experience in facilitating meetings designed to make a project team function more effectively,...
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, the U.S. Air Force, the National Safety Council and other partners are joining OSHA in an effort to reach five million workers through the 2016 Safety Stand-Down May 2-6....
Seasonally adjusted construction employment rose in 44 states and the District of Columbia from March 2015 to March 2016, decrease in five states and was unchanged in Connecticut, an AGC analysis of Bureau of Labor Statistics data released on April 15 showed.
The world of commercial construction is challenging, complex and changing, and this means many challenges for today's construction manager, or CM. Some challenges are new while others are centuries old. Many challenges are a direct result of construction operations, while...
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