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Engineer and contractor shaking hands success of the project work.
If “pursue bigger and better projects” is on your to-do list this coming year, there are some important steps you
Over the last several years, innovations in the surety industry have made it convenient and fast for contractors to obtain
Over the many decades that we’ve worked in the construction surety bond business, we’ve noticed time and time again that
Covid-19 has challenged all of us to adapt to an environment that we probably never thought was possible. But what
On March 16th, UCLA Anderson forecast officially declared that the "U.S. economy has entered a recession, ending the expansion that
I received a year-end financial statement for one of our contractor clients, and the results were truly extraordinary! Not only
Chris Thornburg of Beacon Economics spoke to the Southern California Contractors Association in January and had a different view than
I was cleaning out some old files the other weekend, and I came across an article published in ENR in
Some might recognize the title of this article, as it was borrowed from a book written by Jim Collins. In
Asian contractor and engineer inspecting material in construction.
One of the really interesting things about the surety business is you get to look behind the curtain of a
When most of us hear the words “taking inventory”, we typically think of reviewing physical assets that a business has
There was an eye-opening article in ENR on March 14, 2019 about Munilla Construction Management (MCM), the prime contractor involved
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