Construction Business Owner, October 2006
Editor's Note: This is the second part in a two part article. To read part one, click here.Direct claims costs are usually identified from details presented in clients' loss runs.Costs such as medical expenses, indemnity costs, attorney fees, expert witnesses and adjusting fees can be separated and...
Editor's Note: The following is the fourth in a ten-part series about "Technology Traps and Mishaps." To read part three, click here. To read part five, click here.Finally!  After months of discussions and deliberation, the decision has been made. You have the go-ahead to replace-or introduce-...
Dear Jayme,I never know if my checks are going to clear or not.  I have three crews, and we're always busy, so it seems like this shouldn't be a problem, but I'm always getting unpleasant surprises. I thought my cash problems would be gone once we got bigger and busier, but they're not. How...
The bankruptcy of a subcontractor on a construction project can wreak havoc with a project and in some circumstances, can threaten a project in its entirety.  This article addresses a few pertinent bankruptcy issues that all contractors should be familiar with.Types of Bankruptcy...
Editor's Note: This article is the tenth in a series of twelve to lead you toward entrepreneurial excellence by our regular contributor George Hedley, owner of Hedley Construction and Hardhat Presentations. To read part nine, click here. To read part eleven, click here.By now you are well on your...