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Arizona Amended Preliminary Notice: Requirements and When to Serve

Arizona Amended Preliminary Notice: Requirements and When to Serve

March 17, 2020

In Arizona, if the total price of your services increases from the original value, you are required to serve an Amended Twenty-Day Preliminary Notice. This guide details everything you need to know about this notice.

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Protect Your Workers and Your Project: 4 Tips for Effective Construction Safety Programs

Protect Your Workers and Your Project: 4 Tips for Effective Construction Safety Programs

March 15, 2020

If you’re looking to change your construction company’s attitude toward risks, here are 4 tips to implement an effective safety program.

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When to Serve the California 20-Day Preliminary Notice: Deadline, Timeline, Effectiveness

When to Serve the California 20-Day Preliminary Notice: Deadline, Timeline, Effectiveness

March 12, 2020

This California 20-day preliminary notice guide answers frequently asked questions about this important mechanics lien-related document.

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Requirements for the California 20-Day Preliminary Notice

Requirements for the California 20-Day Preliminary Notice

March 10, 2020

This guide will answer your basic questions about California preliminary notice requirements, from which parties must serve them to what details must be included in the form.

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Construction Business Loans: Requirements, Qualifications, Considerations

Construction Business Loans: Requirements, Qualifications, Considerations

March 8, 2020

A construction business loan is an effective way for owners to get access to the capital they need. Here are the things to consider when applying for this type of loan.

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Strategies for Addressing Construction Labor Supply Challenges

Strategies for Addressing Construction Labor Supply Challenges

March 5, 2020

Addressing the labor shortage head-on is vital to productivity in construction. And to bridge the skills gap, employers need not only to attract Gen Z members and millennials but also to retain them.

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How a Schedule of Values Strengthens a Mechanics Lien

How a Schedule of Values Strengthens a Mechanics Lien

March 4, 2020

One of the most important organizing tools in construction is the schedule of values. Learn how this document can strengthen your mechanics lien here.

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How to File a Michigan Notice of Furnishing

How to File a Michigan Notice of Furnishing

March 2, 2020

In Michigan, certain parties must serve a Notice of Furnishing to protect their lien rights. Find out how to file one here.

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February Construction Insider: Firm builder confidence, coronavirus threat to supply chains, more

February Construction Insider: Firm builder confidence, coronavirus threat to supply chains, more

March 2, 2020

Construction Insider is a monthly roundup of the latest news and insights in construction. Quick linksConstruction confidence index stays steady in JanuarySingle-family home sales reach 12.5-year highBuilder confidence remains firm in FebruaryCoronavirus expected to hurt supply chainsChina removes tariffs on North American hardwoods Construction confidence index stays steady in January Construction contractor confidence remains steady

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