Brian Perlberg's Articles

Stay Ahead of the Contractual Curve

Construction is a risky business and so is predicting the future. Looking forward, two types of general contractors will exist: those that embrace change and plan accordingly, and those that stay the course and sink. Industry standard contracts establish the foundation for risk in construction, and they are changing too. 

Why Contracts Matter to Your Bottom Line

At the end of the day, the contract determines a company’s rights and obligations on a project. Neglecting to select the right standard construction contract and which clauses to negotiate will make the risky business of construction even riskier. 

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Three Contract Options for Differing Site Conditions
The only limit the parties have in drafting a site conditions provision contract...

Stay Ahead of the Contractual Curve
Construction is a risky business and so is predicting the future. Looking forward...

Construction’s Cybersecurity Challenge
In today’s evolving information technology world, addressing security risks...

A Small Team With a Big Heart for Service
“While it may not be large amounts of monetary donations, we are often called...

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