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Learn about the challenges and legal issues associated with soil defect. Many property owners, lessees, architects, engineers, developers and contractors encounter soils defects on residential, commercial, retail and...
Live Webinar September 24, 2019 1:00pm EST
ENG credit available
Gain an understanding of functions, what watershed opportunities exist, and the necessary regulatory permitting. This information provides an overview of how to integrate wetlands into watershed management planning.
Live Webinar October 24, 2019 1:00pm EST
AIA, CLE, ENG credit available
Keep the project moving while protecting yourself from pitfalls and costly damages caused by problems with bad plans and specifications.Plans and specifications are the roadmap for the construction of any project: they...
ENG credit available
Most companies using contractors and vendors mandate some level of oversight prior to hiring them. However, companies usually struggle to define, establish, and implement screening or qualification systems that produce...
Become familiar with how AIA owner contractor agreements fit within your project and the principle underlying features.The American Institute of Architects (AIA) family of construction agreements is one of the most...
CLE, ICC credit available
Ensure that your licensure compliance program is adequate to meet current requirements.Proper licensure is a prerequisite to an Oregon contractor's right to payment for its work.
Gain an understanding of the essentials of proper contractor licensure in Mississippi.Proper licensure is an important but confusing part of the construction industry.
Understand what it means for a contractor or subcontractor to be licensed and avoid the pitfalls associated with unlicensed contracting.Florida's contractors' licensing law is a complicated scheme.
Avoid harsh consequences by learning when a license is needed and how the licensing system works.Contractor licensing requirements are strict in California, and the penalties for non-compliance are severe.
Construction employment is at a record low and yet construction employers make up over 60% of the employers cited by OSHA and account for an even higher percentage of the unlucky employers placed on the OSHA Severe...
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