Big Right, The First Time – Sewall “Spike” C. Cutler, Jr
Every construction project starts with a bid (unless it’s a negotiated job, but how many of those are there?), so how a subcontractor bids a job is important.

Changes and Extras – Get Paid – Sewall “Spike” C. Cutler, Jr
Change order work is inevitable on just about every construction project, but for subcontractors, getting paid for that work can be a challenge! Following these few simple suggestions will be dramatically increase the chances of subcontractors actually getting paid for change order work.

How is that project financed – or, is it at all? – Sewall “Spike” C. Cutler, Jr

So you want to be an Insurer: Insurance; everyone hates it, and why now? – Sewall “Spike” C. Cutler, Jr
Insurance is one of those expenses subcontractors just hate to incur, because unless there is an actual claim, its pure expense with no immediate benefit.

Contractors Must Comply With State Law If Performing Disaster Remediation Work – Tami LaGrone

Arbitration Beware! – Sewall “Spike” C. Cutler, Jr
Arbitration is not always the better choice over litigation. Read on to find out why.

Court Invalidates Department of Labor’s Overtime Rule – Brian L. Benitez
Find out why changes to overtime rules proposed in 2016 are no longer a threat to business.


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