By Bruce Jervis
One of the fundamental purposes of a construction contract is to allocate risk and define the respective responsibilities of the parties. What, then, do theories of negligence or tort law have to do with the performance of a construction contract? The answer is: virtually nothing. Read more.
This week's blog highlights from across the industry look at:
- Nine ways to minimize construction costs
- How the design and construction of laboratories changed in the past 20 years
- Organize your company's blog with an editorial calendar
- 13 promising technologies from 2015