Today’s guest post is from my good friend and law partner, Mark Leach, who focuses on health care law, construction disputes and public procurement matters. Mark served as a panel member on DBE Compliance at the October 25, 2012, ARTBA Construction Law and Regulatory Forum. You can contact Mark at (502) 681-0583 or
When contractors seek additional compensation for changes, differing site conditions or other delays, they must convince the DOT or court of the amount they are entitled to be paid. Today’s post discusses one approach to recovery.
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If you are a contractor, you love hearing about these types of boxing tales: Contractor works his butt off. Owner benefits from the accelerated work. Contractor seeks early completion bonus. Owner rejects the claim based upon technicality. Contractor fights in court … fights on appeal … and wins!
That is exactly what happened in…
In a new federal report released last week entitled "An Economic Analysis of Infrastructure Investment"(pdf), the Department of the Treasury, Council of Economic Advisers outlined why now is an optimal time to increase investment in transportation infrastructure.
The short twenty-five page report is, according to AGC, "a sobering reminder of the tremendous economic costs…