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Contract Surety 07.08.2022

Building for The Arts

  In-person! Whether for sports, the arts or in a park, attention is happily returning to in-person gather-ups and events. New Hampshire’s Dartmouth College has joined other institutions of higher education across the country in…
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Building for The Arts
Contract Surety 07.08.2022

Small Contractors: Relief From Undue Burdens?

  Bipartisan support in Congress may result in legislation requiring federal agencies to demonstrate fair and ethical treatment of small construction contractors during the procurement process. Specifically, the Small Business Payment for Performance Act would…
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Small Contractors: Relief From Undue Burdens?
Contract Surety 07.02.2022

Constructing for People in Austin

  It’s easy to forget that infrastructure builds are all about people. Afterall, we all need access to homes, jobs, schools—and our families, right? A walk to or through the park? That’s helpful too. No…
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Constructing for People in Austin
Contract Surety 07.02.2022

Constructing Accessibility

  Access to New York City subways for those unable to climb stairs is likely to become easier—by 2055. Lawsuits initiated in 2017 have been winding their way forward, shining the spotlight on the fact…
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Constructing Accessibility
Contract Surety 06.27.2022

Expanding: Clean Energy Construction

  New executive orders from the White House leverage the Defense Production Act of 1950 to propel clean energy construction and, ultimately, increase the production of clean energy in the United States. Domestic Manufacturing Construction…
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Expanding: Clean Energy Construction
Contract Surety 06.20.2022

Dig Once: Coordinators Please

  To effectively leverage federal infrastructure dollars—and achieve successful builds—governors recognize ever more efficiency is needed across multiple, complex systems. Their appointed infrastructure coordinators are taking on mission critical work in states across the country….
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Dig Once: Coordinators Please
Contract Surety 06.16.2022

Winner!

  The American Council of Engineering Companies has recognized New York City’s Moynihan Train Hall for “most outstanding engineering effort” of 2021. Located across 8th Avenue from the infamously dingy Penn Station, Moynihan Train Hall…
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Winner!
Contract Surety 06.16.2022

Building For The Home Opener

  Sports franchises are determined to wow fans with ever more exciting game day experiences—in modern facilities. Negotiations and plans are underway for new stadiums in regions around the country. Looks like Nashville Soccer Club’s…
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Building For The Home Opener
Contract Surety 06.10.2022

$2.5 Billion Airport Expansion: San Antonio?

  San Antonio has grown by 8% in ten years. Estimates indicate a million more people will call the city home by 2040. Recognizing that airport expansion is critical to the regional boom, public leaders…
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$2.5 Billion Airport Expansion: San Antonio?