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Monthly Archives: May 2012
We recently finally reached substantial completion on a project. The ride to get there has been exceptionally bumpy. I just filed a claim to get paid for the 10 large precast coping pieces on a bridge parapet that were rejected … Continue reading
Two salient aspects of this business are that you keep learning new things (both business-technical and construction-technical) and that the contracts, the whole business approach of the industry, is to push risk and trouble down to the subcontractors. Often what … Continue reading