Jason Keen's Articles

Tracking Fuel to the Piece of Construction Equipment

Heavy highway construction is equipment intensive, and along with that comes the use of a lot of fuel. Considering fuel’s variable and high cost, it’s logical to track it closely, yet many heavy highway companies fail to do so. Is a specific loader using more fuel than it should? Is an employee filling up his personal car as he leaves the yard at the end of the day? Proper fuel tracking can answer these questions and many more. 

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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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