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Prequalifying for North Carolina Construction Projects Part 2

We are picking up where we left off in part one with our discussion of North Carolina’s prequalification policy on public construction projects. Contractors in the Tar Heel State must be familiar with this process to not only secure future projects, but also to protect their rights in the event that they are unfairly denied […]

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Prequalifying for North Carolina Construction Projects Part 1

Government entities in the State of North Carolina are allowed to prequalify bidders on public construction projects in order to ensure that only the most capable contractors are chosen to undertake these projects. There are specific guidelines by which government entities can go about prequalifying bidders. In this two-part series, a Greensboro construction lawyer from […]

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An Overview of Project Site Productivity

Contractors are constantly looking for new ways to increase productivity on the project site. There’s a fine balancing act between keeping your workers safe and ensuring that your finished project meets all the terms of your contract, but it’s imperative that contractors identify the best practices for doing so. An important aspect of increasing project […]

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The Project Management Timeline Part 2

Are your projects meeting their milestones and wrapping up by the date established on your contract? Skillful project management is essential to upholding contracts, and when you consider the alternative — a breach of contract — it quickly becomes apparent that a well-thought-out project can not only result in the most desirable payout, it can […]

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The Project Management Timeline Part 1

Managing projects is a complex task that can be influenced by an array of factors at any point in the project timeline. Regardless, successful project management is integral if you want to ensure that you meet your project milestones and deliver a finished product during the time allotted in the contract. After all, abiding by […]

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Keeping Construction Project Changes Under Control

Change can be good, but when it comes to construction projects—namely large and complex ones—it can be the death of a project. No matter how thoroughly you plan a project, changes are inevitable; however, proactive communication, attention to detail, and an increased understanding of the factors that might pose a risk to your project can […]

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How to Get the Most Accurate Project Estimates Part 2

When it comes to providing your customers with construction project estimates, our Ft. Myers contractor lawyers know that as you produce more accurate estimates for projects over time, the more confident you will become in your estimating. This will help you attract more customers and make your business more profitable. In section one, we shared […]

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How to Get the Most Accurate Project Estimates Part 1

A contractor’s worst nightmare is to find that after negotiating and quoting a great price to their customer, they discover months into the project that the materials budget is too low to complete several portions of the project. This is one of the results of poor estimating. Our Ft. Myers construction lawyers know that you […]

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Document Control Tips for Construction Companies

Documents are a key component of any construction project. A few examples of critical documentation include contractual agreements, daily logs, field reports, and change orders. Proper document processes enable contractors to make consistent progress on projects and receive compensation for the work completed. Documents also serve as critical evidence to support or dispute any claims […]

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A Guide to Construction Estimating Part 4

A good cost estimate is accurate and protects all parties as it ensures that money is not lost, customers will not overpay, and a profit is made. In parts one, two, and three of our series, we focused a great deal on the importance of cost estimation, the qualities of a good estimator, levels of […]

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