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Addressing the Workforce Gaps and Related Risks for the E&C Industry

Assessing the role of emerging technologies in easing workforce gaps for engineering and construction firms. »

Architecture Billings Continue to Hold Positive In 2018

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) is reporting an increase in architecture firm billings for February from its Architecture Billings Index (ABI), with several key... »

Why Is Everyone Freaking Out Over the Proposed Tariff?

By Martha L. Thompson, Partner, Balch & Bingham LLP Tariffs have been around since 1789 so why all the fuss now? In fact tariffs were... »

Architecture Billings Continue Growth Into 2018

Business conditions easing in the Northeast, but very strong in the rest of the country »

Florida Statutory Limitation on Indemnity Does Not Apply to Excavation Subcontract on Utility Line Project

By Amandeep S. Kahlon, Bradley Fla. Stat. § 725.06 limits the scope of indemnification provisions in construction contracts.  Specifically, the statute limits the ability of... »

Demand for Construction Workers Remains Strong, ABC Says

The employment report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows growth in both public and private construction spending, according to an analysis by Associated Builders... »

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