Any construction project requires many people: developers, engineers, architects, general contractors, demolition subcontractors, plumbers, and more. The National Association of Home Builders estimates that it
The bill introduced on May 23rd to increase the cost of the Contractor Parking Permit and increase the fines for violators of the program from
On June 12, Gov. Tom Wolf signed Pennsylvania Act 27 into law, adding significant additional protections to the Contractor and Subcontractor Payment Act, or CASPA.
Chinese curtainwall is subject to U.S. tariffs on aluminum extrusions imported from China. That’s the decision upheld by the U.S. Court of International Trade (CIT)
The American Architectural Manufacturers Association heard an overview of U.S. trade orders on Chinese aluminum extrusions and their impact on the curtain wall industry, thanks
As you heard about from Jason Copley, Cohen Seglias at the AGMA Annual Meeting, new changes to the Pennsylvania Mechanic’s Lien Law will take effect
For Lien Law presentation given at 2016 AGMA Annual Member Meeting by Jason Copley, Esq. of Cohen Seglias Pallas Greenhall & Furman PC visit: 2016-11-14-agma-lien-law-update-display-version
Pennsylvania’s Department of General Services (DGS) is in the process of establishing an online “State Construction Notices Directory” (Directory) by January 2017. Under Act 142, an
Mayoral Candidate Jim Kenney recently answered industry questions ranging from restructuring L&I to overwhelming regulations on city contracts. Please see excerpts below.