Construction is often cited as one of the most dangerous industries in the country. According to the Reports of Fatalities and Catastrophes Archive from the U.S. Department of Labor, more keep reading >
According to JLL’s Construction Outlook, construction spending in 2016 rose 4.5 times higher than 2015 levels. Considering this sharp increase, many construction companies are looking for innovative strategies to reduce keep reading >
Being a successful contractor involves more than being good at your craft. It also involves establishing and maintaining strong client relationships that will grow and sustain your business for years to come. Many of the best relationships you’ll build will be with property owners who require comprehensive construction safety plans. Knowing this, you should do what you can now so your business is even more attractive to these high-quality, safety-conscious clients.
In a surprise move, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court declined to hear the appeal filed by National Union in a case involving a window manufacturer whose windows leaked and caused third-party damage. This ruling signals an improvement in General Liability coverage in Pennsylvania. We’ll tell you what this all means for manufacturers and contractors.
Lawsuits over mold are becoming more pervasive and building contractors can suffer the repercussions, even if they build facilities exactly the way they were intended.