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- Marissa Minter
Cheat Sheet: Protecting Your Lien Rights as a Subcontractor or Supplier in Colorado

Protecting your lien rights on every job is one of the most powerful ways to ensure you always get paid on time and without stress. The construction industry is full of confusing laws and regulations around lien rights, but at the end of the day, getting paid for the work you’ve done shouldn’t be complicated. Here’s a quick […] The post Cheat Sheet: Protecting Your Lien Rights as a Subcontractor or Supplier in Colorado appeared first on Levelset. [...]

- Alex Benarroche
Guide to Georgia’s Affidavit of Nonpayment [Free Form Download]

Securing your lien rights on a construction project is crucial to ensuring that you get paid what you’ve earned. Throughout the progress of the project, you’ll assuredly be asked to sign one or more lien waivers in exchange for payment. Don’t stress: This is a common practice. But depending on the state, there may be […] The post Guide to Georgia’s Affidavit of Nonpayment [Free Form Download] appeared first on Levelset. [...]

- Tom Scalisi
Virginia Contractor Licensing Rules & Requirements

Starting a contracting business in Virginia is a big step, and it takes some careful planning. Between bidding jobs, lining up subs and materials, and other day-to-day activities, there’s a lot going on. And, squaring away your Virginia contractor licensing requirements needs to be a priority. Levelset’s here to help. We’ve put together this article […] The post Virginia Contractor Licensing Rules & Requirements appeared first on Levelset. [...]

- Tom Scalisi
New York Contractor Licensing: Applications, Rules, & Requirements

If you’re about to kick off your career as a contractor in New York State, congratulations. Working for yourself is a bold decision, and taking that leap is an exciting move. But, there are some things you need to know about New York contractor licensing in order to make your dream a reality. Luckily, Levelset’s […] The post New York Contractor Licensing: Applications, Rules, & Requirements appeared first on Levelset. [...]

- Tom Scalisi
Pennsylvania Contractor Licensing Guide to Rules & Requirements

As anyone knows, running a construction business has its ups and downs, and it takes a specific type of person to succeed. It also takes a keen eye for details and an understanding of the necessary Pennsylvania contractor licensing requirements. Here at Levelset, we want to help you achieve success: Instead of walking blindly into […] The post Pennsylvania Contractor Licensing Guide to Rules & Requirements appeared first on Levelset. [...]

- Kim Slowey

The contractor's new office in Portland, Oregon, as well as new digs for McCarthy in St. Louis, show how post-pandemic design can help protect employees while making working in person attractive. [...]

- Jenn Goodman

The construction and engineering firm ended 2020 with revenue of $15.7 billion and backlog of $26 billion, which was also lower than the previous year. [...]

- Kim Slowey

Construction employers must take care not to violate federal law when trying to incentivize workers to get a vaccination, attorneys say. [...]

- Joe Bousquin

The contractor, whose heavy civil unit issues prompted subpoenas from the Securities and Exchange Commission, also reported yesterday $2.6 billion in revenue for the nine months ending Sept. 30. [...]

- Zachary Phillips

A short video from the Houston chapter of the American Subcontractors Association highlights nine construction workers and their contributions during the coronavirus pandemic. [...]

Gov. Evers proposes nearly $2.4 billion in Wisconsin capital budget, nearly half of which is devoted to the University of Wisconsin system. [...]

How Quanta Services Thrived in 2020, Earning a Profit of $451 Million

Unlike many companies in the civil infrastructure business, Quanta's backlog held steady. [...]

Boston Students Return to Virus-Upgraded Facilities

The return of some 50,000 students to in-person learning on March 1 across the oldest U.S. public school district involved extensive renovations and upgrades begun during remote learning [...]

Despite the difficulties of keeping work going amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Texas Dept. of Transportation (TxDOT) has more than $24 billion worth of projects under construction at the moment—the largest amount in its history. [...]

Unlocking the ROI of Construction Technology

An in-depth look at the current state of construction technology and how the construction industry is accelerating into the next decade. [...]