Supposedly the note referenced a more “aggressive” atmosphere at Zurich as a reason for the drastic move. It makes one think if some of this is related to Zurich denying many bond claims. One case in point is Goran in Montana who has defaulted and the bond company has so far made no one whole.
How many times do you lose a bid because your competition is using inferior materials? How many times because they made the wrong assumption or wrong measurements? This is very prevalent in excavation especially when it comes to interpretation of a soils report.
Introducing “genDEX”. Through consistent multiple ratings of a general contractor they will be assigned a genDEX score. The genDEX will then have guidance as to whether to charge a surcharge or give a discount.
Four sets of plans. Each one successively inserts clouded areas with a triangled number indicating the change in the revisions table…EXCEPT for the last one. Nope instead on that one the engineer either missed it or purposely did it but added only about 200’of RCP. Not on our bid. Not on any of the previous […]
By far and away the easiest to gain leverage in being paid for work performed is to use the Utah SCR database. It cost $2.00 and is fairly easy to fill out in about 5 minutes. Sometimes it is a little tricky getting the actual parcel number but the general contractor should be providing that. […]
OnSiteIQ today announced that it has raised a $4.5 million series A round to grow its AI-powered safety analysis of 360-degree imagery from construction sites. In addition to supplying computer vision for risk assessment reports, the company’s platform is …