By Scott Jennings, P.E. This article was originally published in CFMA’s Building Profits April 2019 Sometimes financial situations can cause a contractor to fail. But […]
In a best case scenario, a construction claim will make the contractor financially whole again on the matter. In a worst case scenario, the contractor goes out of business. Most claims conclude somewhere in between with all parties unhappy.
Listen Read PDF Executive Summary: Submitting a clear and concise proposal is an important step in getting the project off on the right foot. […]
Executive Summary: Each day we hand contracts down to our subs or we are signing contracts down from Owners or General Contractors. Know some of […]
Letting, or bidding out, a civil construction project can be a challenge for an Owner. Questions inexperienced owners may have involved choosing an engineer, what […]
Executive Summary: An August 19th, 2017 cover page headline in The Economist magazine reads Construction: the least efficient industry. Their general position on our industry’s […]
As published in Civil Engineering, February 2017 Click for PDF The Law in the June 2016 issue ( “Engineer Found Negligent for Not Verifying Product […]
Engineer Found Negligent for Not Verifying Product Data Civil Engineering magazine, page 92, June 2016 Executive Summary: Scott Jennings, P.E., M. ASCE, responds to an […]