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Partnering – A Way To Reduce Construction Claims & Disputes

Project partnering is one of the most effective tools in the construction management process employed to deliver successful projects -- projects that complete on time, in budget, safely, with the specified quality and have no outstanding disputes at the end of ...

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How to Get CBP to Classify Your Imports for Free: How to Design a Binding Ruling Request

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) can go back five (5) years and retroactively assess the correct duty rate for all product shipments during that time. They agency can also charge interest on the duties owed and penalize an importer for incorrectly clas ...

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HUD Section 3

The goal of Section 3 is to insure that HUD-funded projects maximize community benefits and economic opportunities for low-income persons and households.In many respects, Employment Opportunities for Low-Income People (HUD Section 3) encourages funding recipie ...

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The Value in Using Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) in Design

Why is GD&T – Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing – important to incorporate into your design process? This session will discuss the value of GD&T as part of your design team and early design process, showing the value of utilizing proper GD&T language thr ...

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Mediating Construction Disputes – How to Stay Out of Arbitration & Litigation

Mediation is not new. Mediation was employed in ancient India as well as in the Islamic world.In more recent times mediation has been widely adopted in the U.S. construction industry as a form of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). Mediation is often employe ...

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Importing and Exporting PPE: How to Deal with CBP, FDA, FEMA and Other Scary Agencies

Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, hospitals and medical facilities are overwhelmed and threaten to strain the U.S. healthcare system. Masks, ventilators and gowns are difficult to find in the United States and hospitals are putting out desperate plea ...

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Minimizing Risk in Construction Post COVID-19 Outbreak: Operation, Contract Administration, and Contract Negotiation Essentials

Learn tools in creating a COVID Rider or considering standard escalation or de-escalation clauses, and strategies to get owners to agree to more balanced contracts.  Come up with plans to mange giving proper notice for potential claims include delays and ineff ...

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Early Completion Schedules – Benefits, Risks & Defenses

A contractor’s right to complete work early was acknowledged by U.S. Courts in the 1960’s.Delayed early completion claims arose shortly thereafter and became somewhat common in the industry.It was then, and remains now, a controversial issue in the constructio ...

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Minimizing Your Construction Risk Post COVID-19 Outbreak: Moving Beyond Force Majeure Clauses

In order to survive the new normal, your construction company will need to change your operating, contract negotiation, and contract administration procedures to survive. You can proactively minimize our risk by taking such steps as assessing the project finan ...

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Updating Your Standard Construction Contract in Light of COVID-19 Risk

Whether you are legally responsible will depend on steps you take now. Learn what COVID-19 riders smart owners, general contractors and subcontractors are seeking and what contract administration steps, like proactively asking for financial assurances, you sho ...