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Construction is a tough industry, and sometimes you have to play the cards that you’re dealt. Regardless of the results of negotiation, you’re beholden to the project—and a lot of communication occurs after the contract has been signed.
In this webinar presented by construction lawyer Eliot Wagonheim of Wagonheim Law and WagonheimU, Wagonheim teaches you how to write and track communications that can protect you and your company. It can be the difference in whether you win or lose your claim; win or lose money; or whether a project is successful or not. It’s up to you to make that difference, and in this webinar, we teach you how.
In this webinar, you will learn:
If 2020 taught us anything, it’s the importance of preparing for the unexpected and developing the agility to quickly adapt plans. Construction finance leaders and project managers are having to evolve their roles to be more proactive in data analysis and drive strategic planning as the industry continues to recover..
As the business world moves toward more agile project management, contractors need the proper insight to focus on the impact of their biggest resources—people and equipment.
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Several states have enacted laws that protect employees who use marijuana outside of work and limit employers' ability to take adverse action based on marijuana use.
The speakers will present an overview of these new laws, employers' rights and obligations in each state, employers’ drug testing policies and practices and recommended management actions.
In January, ABC commissioned management consulting firm FMI to conduct a survey to quantify the scope of workforce development initiatives by contractors and chapters throughout the ABC membership.
According to the results of the 2021 Workforce Development Survey, ABC members invested $1.3 billion to educate their employees in 2020, a decrease from $1.5 billion in 2019. Despite the impressive investment in education in 2020, the number of course attended also decreased to 517,000 from 1.1 million in 2019.
Get a detailed look at the results and understand the practical takeaways for members and chapters developing the merit shop construction workforce of the future.
The Mass Timber Construction Manual will give construction professionals the information needed to plan, organize, manage and construct mass timber buildings safely and efficiently. It is intended to provide best practices related to bidding, planning, erection/assembly and finish considerations for contractors, tradespeople, installers and subcontractors involved in mass timber projects.
This content will be useful to a wide range of construction professionals, to bridge gaps in knowledge between their own experience and the needs of mass timber projects. We will be talking with Davis Construction about the 80 M Street vertical expansion project (a 105,000 square-foot mass timber office building) in downtown Washington, D.C., as well as with Swinerton Mass Timber about the Oregon State University – Cascades Campus Academic Building 2 (a 50,000 square-foot mixed-use academic building).
Construction accounting is different from standard accounting and typically requires a unique approach. Many contractors quickly outgrow the standard accounting practices and pivot to focus on the construction-specific requirements and procedures (e.g., WIP, job costing, AIA, certified payroll) necessary to stay compliant and run a profitable business at-scale.
In this webinar, John Meibers, vice president and general manager at Deltek + ComputerEase, will discuss key construction accounting areas that contractors can prioritize when beginning their transformation to ensure long-term, steady business success.
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