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LEED Certifications are great branding tools.
Having such a certification is a very efficient way to communicate the values of the building owners to potential employees and stakeholders that care about the environment.  However, these certifications can pose some risks
Continue Reading Mitigating LEED Certification Risks for Contractors, Engineers, and Architects using Contingency Planning

LEED Certifications are great branding tools.
Having such a certification is a very efficient way to communicate the values of the building owners to potential employees and stakeholders that care about the environment.  However, these certifications can pose some risks
Continue Reading Mitigating LEED Certification Risks for Contractors, Engineers, and Architects using Integrated Project Delivery

Builders, contractors, and others assisting businesses and consumers in Nebraska with building or siding projects file liens if they are not paid in a timely manner. 
That lien is good for two years (Neb. Rev. Stat. 52-140(1)).  The
Continue Reading Responding to an Owner’s Demand to Institute a Judicial Proceeding for Construction Liens in Nebraska