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December 2005
View article  “Extreme Makeover” for AIA Design Build Documents

Author: Gregory R. Faulkner
Organization: Brown Raysman
View article  Why Do We Need Good Construction Cost Management?

Author: John Dunkerley
Organization: PinnacleOne
View article  Preserving Bond Coverage

Author: Hubert J. Bell & Reginald M. Jones
Organization: Smith, Currie, & Hancock LLP
View article  Contractor and Surety: Till Death Do Us Part (Part II)

Organization: Peckar & Abramson, P.C.
November 2005
View article  Recent Developments in Wetlands Law Under the Clean Water Act

Organization: Morrison & Foerster LLP
View article  On-Time Completion - Not a Bar to Damages for Government Delay

Author: Henry L. Goldberg
Organization: Goldberg & Connolly
View article  Contractor and Surety: Till Death Do Us Part

Organization: Peckar & Abramson, P.C.
View article  Without a Net: Subcontractor Has No Recourse Against Municipality for Failure to Require Bonds

Author: Todd R. Regan
Organization: Brown Raysman
View article  Concurrent Delay: It’s Not As Easy To Prove As You Thought

Author: Eric L. Nelson
Organization: Smith, Currie, & Hancock LLP
October 2005
View article  Katrina - Issues For Contractors

Author: Thomas J. Kelleher, Jr. & Phillip E. Beck
Organization: Smith, Currie, & Hancock LLP
View article  Accounting Choices For Long-Term Contracts

Organization: Moss Adams
View article  Regulation of Stormwater Pollution: An Area of Increasing Importance to the Construction Industry

Author: Lawerence Liebesman, Bonni Kaufman, & Rafe Peterson
Organization: Holland & Knight
View article  What Project Delivery Approach Should I Use? Part III

Author: Richard Sitnik
Organization: PinnacleOne
September 2005
View article  An Alternative to Performance Bonds — Advantages and Disadvantages of Subcontractor Default Insurance for the General Contractor

Author: Peckar & Abramson
View article  Managing Contract Changes

Author: Moss Adams Construction Group
View article  Davis-Bacon Act Disputes: The Importance of Documentation

Author: James B. Taylor
Organization: Smith, Currie, & Hancock LLP
View article  What Project Delivery Approach Should I Use? Part II

Author: Petina Killiany
Organization: PinnacleOne
August 2005
View article  What Project Delivery Approach Should I Use?

Author: Bill Trail
Organization: PinnacleOne
View article  Mechanics’ Liens — An International Perspective

Author: George J. Pierson & Michael S. Zicherman
Organization: Peckar & Abramson, P.C.
View article  Successful Contracting Organizations Know Finance

Author: Matthew S. Stevens
Organization: Stevens Construction Institute Inc
View article  “Pass-Through” Agreements Minimize Costs, But Are Not Without Potential Pitfalls

Author: Michael D. Strong
Organization: Lathrop & Gage L.C.
July 2005
View article  U.S. Supreme Court Issues Two Property Rights Rulings in Closing Days of the 2004-2005 Term

Author: The Attorneys of Morrison & Foerster LLP
View article  EPA Cooling Water Intake Rules Add New Hurdle to Clean Water Act Permitting

Author: Thomas Echikson & John Heyde
Organization: Sidley Austin Brown & Wood LLP
View article  Possible Design-Build Team Structures

Author: Kenneth F. Strong & Charles N. Juliana
Organization: Gordon & Rees LLP
View article  Change Order Management

Author: Matthew S. Stevens
Organization: Stevens Construction Institute Inc
June 2005
View article  Design-Build Procurement Process

Author: Kenneth F. Strong & Charles N. Juliana
Organization: Gordon & Rees LLP
View article  New Regulations On Disposal Of Consumer Report Information

Author: Michael J. Sciotti, Esq.
Organization: Hancock & Estabrook, LLP
View article  Current Issues to Watch For in Construction Claims, Part III: Overhead Claims

Author: W. John Irwin II
View article  Closing Out a Project - Bringing It Home

Author: Matthew S. Stevens
Organization: Stevens Construction Institute Inc
May 2005
View article  The Basics Of Design-Build

Organization: Lorman Education Services
View article  Managing Mold: Defining the Standard of Care

Author: Gregory Baker
Organization: AMEC Earth & Environmental, Inc.
View article  New Overtime Rules Take Effect

Author: James Rubin, Esq.
Organization: Farber Legal, LLC
View article  Better Scheduling Through Resource Forecasting - A Practical Approach

Author: Matthew S. Stevens
Organization: Stevens Construction Institute Inc
April 2005
View article  Getting Paid When The Project Stalls Before It Begins

Author: Robert M. Osier
Organization: Rogers Joseph O'Donnell & Phillips
View article  Product Submittals - Approval means Installation

Author: Matthew S. Stevens
Organization: Stevens Construction Institute Inc
View article  Code Violations After Issuance of the Certificate of Occupancy

Author: James H. Landgraf
Organization: Cureton Caplan P.C.
View article  Why Mold Growth Presents Problems In Buildings

Author: Gregory Baker
Organization: AMEC Earth & Environmental, Inc.
View article  Current Issues to Watch For In Construction Claims Part II

Author: W. John Irwin II
March 2005
View article  Enforcing Your Right To Payment - Payment Bond Claims Under The Miller Act

Organization: Lorman Education Services
View article  Managing Mold: Defining the Standard of Care

Author: Gregory Baker
Organization: AMEC Earth & Environmental, Inc.
View article  Selecting the Right Construction Project Delivery System

Author: Joseph L. Hardesty
Organization: Stites & Harbison PLLC
View article  Current Issues to Watch For in Construction Claims

Author: W. John Irwin II
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