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Post-Florence Contracting Opportunities in North Carolina Part 2

Hurricane Florence blasted North Carolina with winds of over 100 miles per hour as the immense storm stretched over 300 miles to cities like Wilmington, which experienced over 30 inches of rain in just three days. The Category 2 hurricane laid waste to many areas of North Carolina. Now the Tar Heel State will move […]

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Post-Florence Contracting Opportunities in North Carolina Part 1

In the wake of Hurricane Florence, many areas of North Carolina need disaster relief assistance. In this brief article, an Asheville construction attorney will discuss ways that contractors can get involved in hurricane relief projects that eliminate threats to public health and safety and improve communities in the Tar Heel State. In this section, we […]

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What You Should Know About FEMA Contracting After a Hurricane Part 2

Rushing to secure contracts in the aftermath of a hurricane might seem like a win-win for contractors and owners, but jumping into private contracts being funded by FEMA grants could be a costly mistake if you don’t consult a Greensboro contractor attorney first. FEMA grants are intended to make homes and businesses safe and sanitary, […]

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What You Should Know About FEMA Contracting After a Hurricane Part 1

In the wake of a hurricane, construction companies are often eager to seek opportunities with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). FEMA is responsible for helping communities recover in the aftermath of a hurricane by installing temporary blue tarps on roofs to keep families dry, funding restoration efforts, and more. You might be interested in […]

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Contract Review in the Wake of a Hurricane Part 2

When Hurricane Florence touched down in North Carolina, contractors across the state knew they would play a significant role in helping the Tar Heel State recover. North Carolina governor Roy Cooper called Florence an “epic storm,” and he wasn’t wrong. After the storm subsided, mounting floods caused additional damage to homes and displaced even more […]

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How to Become Eligible for Hurricane Relief Contracting Work in North Carolina Part 3

With many areas of North Carolina severely impacted by Hurricane Florence, nonresident contractors are traveling to the Tar Heel State to assist with disaster restoration and long-term building projects. In the first and second sections of this three-part article, we offered contractors tips to improve their chances of procuring contracts on urgent construction projects in […]

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How to Become Eligible for Hurricane Relief Contracting Work in North Carolina Part 1

In the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, contractors will play a vital role in both disaster restoration construction efforts and long-term building endeavors. If you are an out-of-state contractor and interested in working on hurricane relief efforts in North Carolina, contact a Charlotte construction law firm. In this three-part article, we will discuss several licensing options […]

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How to Become Eligible for Hurricane Relief Contracting Work in North Carolina Part 2

In this three-part article series, we are offering insight to nonresident contractors on opportunities to obtain licensing in North Carolina to work on hurricane relief projects. In the last section, we covered a few tasks all contractors should accomplish to increase their odds of being selected for hurricane relief contracting work. In this section, we […]

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Contract Review in the Wake of a Hurricane Part 1

The devastating power of hurricanes can leave your city in shambles. As a contractor, you possess the skills and knowledge to help areas ravaged by hurricanes recover, but you also know that desperate times can create a logistical nightmare for processing contracts and completing jobs in a timely manner. As North Carolina recovers from Hurricane […]

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Summer Hazards for Florida Construction Projects

Florida summers are traditionally filled with temperamental weather patterns that rapidly shift back and forth between pristine and sunny to nightmarish and stormy, but that’s not the only danger facing construction workers in the Sunshine State. Brandon construction attorneys know that Florida’s weather permits annual construction, but that means more opportunities for personal injury and […]

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