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Architecture Billings Index Growth Moderates

Continued balanced growth results in gains in all regions and in all major sectors »

The Financially Distressed Subcontractor on a Government Contract: What a Prime Contractor Should Do to Protect the Project and Itself

Some bankruptcy experts predict an increase in business failures for government contractors in the coming years »

Highlights of the 2017 Revisions to the AIA-A101, A102, and A103

By Daniel M. Murdock, Bradley As discussed in a May blog article, the American Association of Architects (AIA) revise their form agreements between owner and... »

Moderating Economic Growth Triggers Construction Forecast Downgrade for 2017 and 2018

Prospects for the construction industry have weakened with developments over the first half of the year »

Architecture Firms End Second Quarter on a Strong Note

For the fifth consecutive month, architecture firms recorded increasing demand »

The Spearin Doctrine Revisited: Penzel Construction v. Jackson R-2 School District

By Carly Miller, Bradley In a recent Missouri appellate decision, the court recognized and reaffirmed the Spearin Doctrine which provides that an owner impliedly warrants... »

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