Having trouble finding that recent ConstructionPro Week (CPW) article examining the issue of whether nonpayment of subcontractors should be a crime? Can’t remember when CPW ran that story on the states that are expected to adopt design-build legislation this year? Well, to make it easier for you to find the article you’re looking for, CPW has created a directory of all the headlines -- categorized by subject area with links to the articles -- that WPL Publishing has posted onto its ConstructionPro Network (CPN) website since July of last year.
Embedded within each headline is a link to the corresponding CPW article. For most articles, extended coverage is available to CPN members when they log in at ConstructionProNet.com. For each listed Construction Claims Advisor commentary, CPN members also can access the related case summary (including case citation, summary of the ruling, and other information) at the CCA webpage. To sign up for a CPN membership, click here.
Here are some of the subject areas appearing within the directory and a link for accessing the headlines:
* Changed Work
* Claims Administration and Resolution
* Pricing and Payment
* Scheduling and Delay
* Subcontractors and Suppliers
For the Construction Claims Advisor portion of the directory, click here.
* Alternative Dispute Resolution
* Change Orders
* Expert Advice
* Joint Ventures
For the Construction Law portion of the directory, click here.
* Cost Effectiveness
* Energy Efficiency
* Green Products/Technologies
For the Green Building portion of the directory, click here.
* BIM Implementation/Promotion of Use
* Cloud Computing
* Facility Management
* Levels of Development
For the BIM portion of the directory, click here.
* Cost Estimating
* Expert Advice
* Lean Construction
For the Project Controls portion of the directory, click here.
To access the directory of CPW articles published from July 2012 through June 2013 (CPN's first year of operation), click here.
NOTE: ConstructionPro Week will resume its regular coverage of developments taking place within the construction community next week.