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TopicsPublic Works (5)Construction (3)
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CreditAICP (1)ENG (1)ISM (1)CLE (1)
Gain an understanding of bidder preference laws necessary to navigate the evolving world of public works bidding. Bidders are increasingly finding that being the lowest, responsible, responsive bidder is not enough to...
AIA, AICP, ENG credit available
Discover how to navigate the minefields of public contracting and procurement code with ease. Do you want to know how to minimize the looming pitfalls inherent in public contracting?
Seminar March 26, 2019 in Albuquerque, NM
AICP, CLE, ENG, ISM credit available
Gain an understanding of the complex and varying purchasing laws of the State of New Jersey.This topic will be of benefit to private parties seeking contracts with governmental agencies and to governmental agencies...
The understanding of the construction bidding process is vital to the success of contractors that work or seek to work in the public sector. This OnDemand Webinar helps the persons responsible for the preparation and...
Avoid additional costs and delays when a party files for bankruptcy protection on a construction project. This ondemand webinar is geared toward providing practical advice for counter-parties who find themselves in...
Understand how to navigate the minefields of procurement code and public contracting in Florida with ease.If you perform public work in Florida you know that almost all public work in Florida is competitively bid.
Bidding on Public Contracts; Bid Documents and Specification Issues; Bid Mistakes and Protests; Set-Asides and Preferences for Small Business; Contract Formation and Terms and Conditions; Lobbying in the Government...
Prevailing Wage Law in Massachusetts: What Are Prevailing Wages? The purpose of the Massachusetts Prevailing Wage Law (G.L. c. 149, §§ 26-27H) (“Prevailing Wage Law”) is to provide a “level playing field” for bidders on...
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