VOLUME 5   ISSUE 26   JULY 01, 2016

 

By Bruce Jervis

 

“Pay-if-paid” clauses in subcontracts are controversial. Many consider it unfair for a prime contractor to shift the risk of project owner nonpayment to a subcontractor that has no business relationship with the owner. In some states, pay-if-paid clauses have been rendered unenforceable by statute or judicial ruling. In most states, however, they are enforceable if clearly drafted. Read More.

 

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This week's blog highlights from across the industry look at:

 

  • Tomorrow's Building Materials

  • Text Message is a Binding Contract

  • ConAppGuru's Construction Apps for June

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We uncovered some interesting videos this week under the heading of "Civil Engineering Information Videos."  The first shows some shaft work followed by some drill and blast tunnel work.  Read more...

 


 

 

 

 

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