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Does My Construction Firm Need a Subscription Plan?

Success in the construction industry is never accidental. With hard work, innovation, and the right advocates in your corner, you can fine-tune your operations and grow your business. At Cotney Construction Law, our Orlando construction lawyers have developed a package of affordable subscription plans that are specifically tailored to the needs of construction businesses. In […]

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Did You Receive a Stop-Work Order? A Construction Lawyer Can Help

Felony charges, accusations of insurance fraud, project delays, and thousands of dollars in fines; these are just a few issues your business may face after your jobsite receives a stop-work order in Florida. If you have been issued a stop-work order, it’s critical that you act quickly and contact a stop work-order attorney in Florida. […]

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Establishing Company Policies with a Subscription Plan

Many construction business owners discover that when their company is steadily growing they need to eventually shift from a role on the jobsite to a CEO position. As you continue to reach more benchmarks and hire more employees to meet the demand, you have to start thinking about other important issues related to your business […]

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Is Your Construction Business Thriving in the Summer? Part 2

Summer projects offer construction businesses several opportunities to procure profitable contracts. This is especially true in the education sector where elementary schools, middle schools, high schools, and college institutions have fewer students on campus during the summertime and more opportunities to take on significant construction projects.  In this two-part article, a Jacksonville construction lawyer is […]

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Is Your Construction Business Thriving in the Summer? Part 1

During the summer months, with the right planning, your construction firm can increase profitability and your business can reach a new level of success. In this two-part article, a Jacksonville construction attorney will discuss how construction companies can combat challenges like inclement weather and develop a strategy to thrive this summer. In this part, the […]

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How Should Your Construction Company Invest in Equipment? Part 3

Budgeting for your construction business goes well beyond just your current project. Although you always have to consider the scope of work, size, and type of projects you’re taking on when investing in equipment, you also have to consider the working capital of your business, your overall growth strategy, and your current cash flow.  In […]

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How Should Your Construction Company Invest in Equipment? Part 2

Budgeting for construction equipment expenses can be a challenging task for construction firms of any size, especially those experiencing rapid growth. As the Lakeland construction attorneys of Cotney Construction Law discussed in the first part of this article, construction companies need to closely evaluate their equipment investment options and consider key factors, like projected usage and […]

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How Should Your Construction Company Invest in Equipment? Part 1

As your construction firm grows, you’ll need to have an accounting process in place to ensure you are effectively managing projects, spending wisely, and creating cash flow for future projects. From determining the most secure billing methods for projects to expanding your payroll or marketing your business, tracking the dollars and cents and developing funding […]

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What to Do Following an On-Site Injury

Injuries are an unfortunate reality for workers in the construction industry. Whether a worker is exposed to heights, heavy equipment, or moving vehicles, there is always the potential for an accident. Below, we will discuss what contractors should do immediately following a jobsite injury. While the information in this article does not constitute professional medical […]

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Florida Is Among the Top States for Construction

Florida employs more construction workers than almost any other state and is home to some of the most high-profile construction projects in the nation. Fort Lauderdale itself will soon be host to the Breakers Avenue Streetscape Project, a project that will employ numerous local construction workers and is designed to build a sustainable public space. […]

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