New Administration Boosts Offshore Wind Energy, Wants To Power 10M Homes

Long Island Construction Law does not own this content. This content was created by the Long Island Business News and was published on 3/30/2021.

The new administration is moving to sharply increase offshore wind energy along the East Coast, saying Monday it is taking initial steps toward approving a huge wind farm off the New Jersey coast as part of an effort to generate electricity for more than 10 million homes nationwide by 2030.

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Complying with the Rules and Regulations on the Practice of Architecture; Part 2 of 2 – Disciplinary Actions and Revocation of your Architectural License.

This is a continuing article series regarding Compliance with the Rules and Regulations on the Practice of Architecture. These include two topics, Requirements & Duties of Maintaining your Architectural License (Part 1), and Disciplinary Actions and Revocation of your Architectural License (Part 2). Continue reading “Complying with the Rules and Regulations on the Practice of Architecture; Part 2 of 2 – Disciplinary Actions and Revocation of your Architectural License.”

Complying with the Rules and Regulations on the Practice of Architecture; Part 1 of 2 – Requirements & Duties of Maintaining your Architectural License.

This is a continuing article series regarding Compliance with the Rules and Regulations on the Practice of Architecture. These include two topics, Requirements & Duties of Maintaining your Architectural License (Part 1), and Disciplinary Actions and Revocation of your Architectural License (Part 2).

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NY-Area Construction Starts Plummet In February Briefing

Long Island Construction Law does not own this content. This content was created by David Winzelberg and was published to the Long Island Business News on March 26th, 2021.

The amount of New York-area construction starts fell sharply in February as compared to a year ago, with a huge drop in nonresidential starts. There were more than $2.34 billion in construction starts in the New York area in Feb. 2021, a whopping 62 percent less than the $6.19 billion in construction starts recorded in Feb. 2020, according to the latest report from Dodge Data & Analytics.

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Builders Grapple With Land Shortage, Soaring Lumber Costs

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U.S. home builders are poised to benefit this spring home buying season amid strong demand, low mortgage rates and an all-time low inventory of previously occupied homes for sale. But soaring lumber prices and a shortage of construction-ready land could limit their ability to capitalize on the strong housing market trends, analysts say.

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NY Construction Companies Struggle With PPE Shortages, Infected Workers, Rising Costs

Long Island Construction Law did not create this content. This content was created by Rebecca Baird – Remba, and was published to the Commercial Observer on March 15, 2021.

Nearly half of contractors in New York are experiencing construction delays because of personal protective equipment (PPE) shortages and infected workers, according to data released last week by an industry trade group.

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NYC Poised For 2021 COVID Comeback With Major Real Estate Developments

Long Island Construction Law does not own this content. This content was created by Steve Cuozzo from the New York Post and was published on November 20th, 2020

Amid rising COVID cases and looming lockdowns, my fellow New Yorkers should take heart — because we will have a greater city to look forward to once this pandemic’s over.

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Legal Issues for New York Architects; Part 6 of 6 – Building Code Update

This is a continuing article series regarding Legal Issues for New York Architects. Originally presented by John Caravella, of the Law Offices of John Caravella, and Kimberly A. Steele of The Steele Law Firm and produced by HalfMoon Education Seminars, this presentation touches on the following topics, Complying with the Rules and Regulations on the Practice of Architecture (Part 1), Complying with New York Rules on Unprofessional Conduct (Part 2), Understanding and Complying with Barrier-Free Requirements (Part 3), Design and Construction Contract Law and Administration (Part 4), Understanding and Complying with the law on Design Professional Service Corporations (Part 5) and Building Code Updates (Part 6). Each series of topics discuss informative summaries of Legal Issues for New York Architects.

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Legal Issues for New York Architects; Part 5 of 6 – Understanding and Complying with the Law on Design Professional Service Corporations

This is a continuing article series regarding Legal Issues for New York Architects. Originally presented by John Caravella, of the Law Offices of John Caravella, and Kimberly A. Steele of The Steele Law Firm and produced by HalfMoon Education Seminars, this presentation touches on the following topics, Complying with the Rules and Regulations on the Practice of Architecture (Part 1), Complying with New York Rules on Unprofessional Conduct (Part 2), Understanding and Complying with Barrier-Free Requirements (Part 3), Design and Construction Contract Law and Administration (Part 4), Understanding and Complying with the law on Design Professional Service Corporations (Part 5) and Building Code Updates (Part 6). Each series of topics discuss informative summaries of Legal Issues for New York Architects.

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Legal Issues for New York Architects; Part 4 of 6 – Design and Construction Contract Law and Administration

This is a continuing article series regarding Legal Issues for New York Architects. Originally presented by John Caravella, of the Law Offices of John Caravella, and Kimberly A. Steele of The Steele Law Firm and produced by HalfMoon Education Seminars, this presentation touches on the following topics, Complying with the Rules and Regulations on the Practice of Architecture (Part 1), Complying with New York Rules on Unprofessional Conduct (Part 2), Understanding and Complying with Barrier-Free Requirements (Part 3), Design and Construction Contract Law and Administration (Part 4), Understanding and Complying with the law on Design Professional Service Corporations (Part 5) and Building Code Updates (Part 6). Each series of topics discuss informative summaries of Legal Issues for New York Architects.

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