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The Ten Most Common Tower Building Mistakes Part 4

When you send a team of workers 2,000 feet in the air to either complete a tower construction project or fix an issue with an existing tower, you want to be certain that their safety is guaranteed. Bolstering your awareness of what can go wrong when building towers is essential for preparing for any potential […]

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The Ten Most Common Tower Building Mistakes Part 3

Building radio towers and antenna systems requires a different approach from typical construction projects. These tall, external structures must be fortified to handle extreme winds and severe weather. In order for this to goal to be met, construction professionals must be able to skillfully navigate the building process without falling victim to any of the […]

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The Ten Most Common Tower Building Mistakes Part 2

Construction professionals who have experience building radio towers and antenna systems are intimately familiar with the errors that lead to faulty structures. If you worked on a tower project that was unable to withstand a windstorm or bear the weight of its load, you probably committed a common mistake. In part one of this four-part […]

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The Ten Most Common Tower Building Mistakes Part 1

Working on radio towers and antenna systems requires a specialized knowledge of tower construction, a bold team of experienced workers, and a keen eye for potential mistakes. Installing reliable radio towers and antenna systems helps strengthen our infrastructure and bolsters our telecommunications network. When you work on a tower project, you want to rest easy […]

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Do Prevailing Wage Laws Help or Hurt Public Construction? Part 2

When working on a government contract, prevailing wage laws dictate how much your team will be paid. This figure varies depending on the laws in your state, but one thing is certain — prevailing wage laws can either be a boon or a curse depending on the current market conditions and details drafted into your […]

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Do Prevailing Wage Laws Help or Hurt Public Construction? Part 1

The government defines prevailing wages as the hourly wage, standard benefits, and overtime paid to the majority of workers within a defined area. Regulatory agencies established prevailing wages for different sectors of the United State’s various industries to improve the efficiency and productivity of workers. While the foundation of prevailing wages can be traced all […]

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A Summary of Major FDOT Projects in Northwest Florida

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is constantly pushing forward new roadway programs and infrastructure projects to boost safety and alleviate traffic issues around Florida. If you are interested in working on FDOT projects, a Florida contractor lawyer can help you develop an attractive bid package so you can improve your chances of winning a […]

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A Summary of Major FDOT Projects in Central Florida

Central Florida is currently undergoing a series of major roadway infrastructure projects designated by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) to improve the flow of traffic, energize regional economies, and refine hurricane evacuation routes. The Florida contractor attorneys at Cotney Construction Law are intimately familiar with the process for procuring bids on federal contracts. If […]

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Grading Our Country’s Infrastructure

When it comes to our country’s infrastructure, we often assume that everything is in fine working condition since our government “takes care of it.” However, despite our government’s best efforts, our infrastructure has been in decline for years. New federal construction projects are required to restore our infrastructure to an acceptable state. In this article, […]

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Building Inclusive Infrastructure Part 2

Inclusive infrastructure considers the needs of all people during the planning, development, and operational phases of high-impact construction projects. Balancing effective timelines for development with the established needs of the populace in your targeted geographic area makes building cost-effective, timely infrastructure difficult. In part one of this two-part article, our Orlando construction attorneys discussed the […]

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