Major Changes for the Construction Industry: Hear What's Next

Program: 10:00am - 11:00am
Location: Virtual - GoTo Webinar

It’s no secret that the construction industry had to adapt very quickly when faced with operating during the current Pandemic. Both the industry and our lives needed immediate readjustment, and the whole sector continues in a state of change.  This new reality continues to have a strong impact on the profile of the industry and by extension its workforce.

Please join AALRR partner, Anthony Niccoli for a two-part webinar series. 

Part One: will be a critical update on the new construction laws effective in 2021 and what we can expect in the latter half of 2021 going into 2022.  This has been an unprecedented time in construction to say the least.  While we were all focused on the pandemic, new statues and cases have threatened to significantly reshape the construction law landscape, including not only laws and regulations relating to the pandemic, but also new laws that will permanently shift operating procedures.  

Part Two: will focus on strategies and effective techniques learned during the past year to best position companies with their contracts and getting paid on projects. As we begin to emerge from the pandemic money is tight.  Developing strategies to get paid rooted in the current pandemic environment is critical to being first in line as things begin to shift.  Learn what current strategies have developed to defend against payment claims that allow companies to keep projects solvent and on budget.  In this changing environment, it is more critical than ever to learn the current tricks and strategies to secure payment.    

To get a clearer understanding of what this all means, Anthony will deliver a two-part webinar series on the Changing Construction Industry.  Join us.

Register now and join our two-part webinar for this timely and necessary information.

Price: $99.00* (two-part series)
*Comprehensive slide deck will be available for download.


Event Speakers

Event Contact

Jane Novotny

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