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A coalition of Long Island economic development groups is urging the state to pass legislation establishing a self-certification program for building permit applications and construction documents filed with local governments.
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U.S. home construction fell 6% in January but applications for building permits, which typically signal activity ahead, rose sharply. The decline pushed home and apartment construction down to a seasonally adjusted rate of 1.58 million units last month, compared with 1.68 million in December, the Commerce Department reported Thursday.
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The Shinnecock Indian Nation is rolling the dice on renewed plans to build a casino, announcing Tuesday that it plans to start building a gaming facility this summer on its Southampton reservation. The Shinnecock, which previously cleared five acres of land to build a casino on tribal land in 2003 and then tried reviving that stalled effort a decade ago after winning federal recognition, is betting it will have better luck now.
Long Island Construction Law does not own this content. This content was created by Commercial Property Executive (Holly Dutton) and was published on Jan 26, 2021.
New building filings in New York City last year represented a proposed 42.6 million square feet—about a 28 percent decrease in construction activity year-over-year and the lowest figure since 2012, according to the Real Estate Board of New York’s Q4 2020 New Building Construction Pipeline Report.
Long Island Construction Law does not own this content. This content was created by The Architects Newspaper and was published on 2/2/2021. Efficient, relatively affordable, and quick-to-build, this 3D-printed hom blends into the housing landscape of Long Island’s East End while also standing apart. (Courtesy SQ4D)
Although construction litigation can be complex and often requires expert testimony, one of the most complicated areas is simply determining the timeframe a party has to bring forth an action in New York.
For a defect to be construction based, it can range in scope from a contractors failure to perform to completion of the project, to gross deviations from the approved construction plans and specifications.
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