Monthly Archives: October 2022
What Happens When A Party “Calls” A Performance Bond?
Performance bonds are a part of doing business for Florida construction contractors. Whether you are working on a public project where a bond is required by Florida construction law or a private build, you are familiar with how they work. This is why disputes are a development you certainly dread. The whole point of… Read More »
Workplace Safety Tips Florida Contractors Need To Know
Florida construction contractors know that the worksite can be a dangerous place, but statistics on work-related fatalities and injuries demonstrate the extent of the problem. According to the US Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), almost 5,500 workers die on-the-job every year, and about 20 percent of them – 1,060 – are employees in… Read More »
Unlicensed Contractors In Florida: Criminal Charges And Civil Remedies
Florida requires individuals in a wide range of professions to obtain proper licensing before they can legally engage in the activities covered by the license. These regulations exist to promote safety and accountability, so there are numerous provisions related to construction contractors. Violations of the law can lead to revocation or suspension in some… Read More »
What Happens After Filing A Bid Protest In A Florida Construction Case?
Whenever the government seeks to purchase goods or services for public projects, the agency is required by law to hold a competition among potential sellers. This aspect of the procurement process ensures fairness among the entities seeking to provide goods or services, but also to promote fiscal responsibility through appropriate use of taxpayer funds…. Read More »