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Responding to Hurricanes and Other Natural Disasters

Weather events are changing the construction landscape, giving new vigor to the force majeure clause and requiring new approaches to project completion. Most recently, Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria—and the wildfires in California and Montana—have highlighted the need to focus on best practices for responding to such events. Contractors and subcontractors can take steps to minimize out-of-pocket costs related to damage and recovery efforts and maximize their ability to transfer to others risks of force majeure events.

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Bringing Balance Back to the NLRB
Although its purpose is to interpret the National Labor Relations Act in a fair...

2018 Regional Construction Outlook
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The DNA of Giving Back
This month marks 89 years in business for Vogel Bros. Building Co., a fifth...

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