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Construction industry news & advice on surety, insurance, workers' comp, compliance, claims & legal issues. eNewsletter published by Construction Executive
Construction industry news & advice on surety, insurance, workers' comp, compliance, claims & legal issues. eNewsletter published by Construction Executive

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To keep up with legal and practice developments, AIA Contract Documents released comprehensive sets of revisions to its 2017 owner-contractor, architect scope agreements, and sustainability exhibit.
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The products that have your business's interests at heart in 2018 are here. Read on to find out what's hot for the coming year in efficiency and capability.
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The general outline for lawsuits is usually the same, and knowing that can help guide early decisions in business and legal disputes, so that litigation serves as a useful business tool, not a wilderness of confusion.
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In celebration of Construction Executive’s 15th anniversary in 2018, the magazine staff brings readers its brand-new newsletter, CE This Week
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When building with “green” products and materials as specified by the designer, contractors may need to go beyond “materials transparency” provided by the manufacturers on the content of building products.
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With $300 million in insurance claims paid out for construction fire damages nationally, contractors need to be aware of fire-related risks and safeguard construction sites against arson and catastrophic exposures.
Managing Construction Risks and Losses From Fire
Managing Construction Risks and Losses From Fire
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As 2017 comes to a close, contractors faced new OSHA regulations, drug and opioid epidemics and new AIA contract documents. For 2018, expect a focus on workplace violence and ergonomic concerns.
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A short history of defective building delivery damages from Hammurabi to the Romans leads to today’s measure of damages for breach of a construction contract is the cost of repairing or remedying the building.
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AIA released its first update to the form contracts in 10 years. The new versions of A101, A102 and A201 contain a number of changes that are of particular significance to commercial contractors.
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While current conditions within the construction industry are strong, it cannot continue forever. Putting fundamental business strategies in place now and always can help contractors weather darker days.
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