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Balch & Bingham’s Chuck Burkhart & Conrad Anderson IV Author Alabama Construction Law Manual

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Alabama’s commercial construction industry has a $12 billion annual impact, employing almost 156,000 people across the state and generating a payroll of more than $6 billion a year according to an economic impact study commissioned by the Associated Builders and Contractors of Alabama, the state’s largest commercial construction association. In response to the increasing legal needs of the industry, Balch & Bingham attorneys Chuck Burkhart and Conrad Anderson IV,  partners in the firm’s Birmingham office and members the of the Construction and Litigation Practices, authored the Alabama Construction Law Manual, the state’s first treatise on legal issues affecting the construction industry to be published in more than a decade.

The Manual serves as a resource for lawyers, owners, contractors, suppliers, and other construction professionals to proactively address repetitive problems encountered at any point throughout a project, and provides practical guidance on issues that often negatively impact budgets and lead to delays in completion.

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