Construction Plans and Architectural Designs

It’s one thing to say what you want in your construction project, but it is another thing to properly document your dream design on paper in the form of legitimate construction plans. Within this article, you will have a better understanding of what is included in detailed construction plans, as well as the understanding of common symbols used in the architectural industry. Whether you are a project owner or contractor, always remember your construction drawings take precedence over performance specifications in the state of New York.

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US Home Construction Falls 22.3% in March

Content: Long Island Construction Law did not create this content. This article was written by The Associated Press, and was published to the Long Island Business News on April 16th, 2020.

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New US Home Construction Dips Again In February

Content: Long Island Construction Law did not create this content. This article was written by The Associated Press, and was published to the Long Island Business News on March 18th, 2020.

New home construction fell again in February, but not as much as the previous month. Those declines follow a December surge which had pushed home construction to the highest level in 13 years. Builders started construction on 1.60 million homes at a seasonally adjusted annual rate, a decline of 1.5% from 1.62 million units in January, the Commerce Department reported Wednesday.

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Post Contract Signing Considerations For The New York Contractor

Contractors and subcontractors frequently consult with their attorneys in the negotiation of construction contracts before they are signed, but counsel’s involvement generally ends at that point until and unless litigation arises down the road. Nevertheless, additional consultation with attorneys after execution of contracts can ensure that contractors and subcontractors meet their respective obligations and may confer savings that far offset the costs.

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Construction Starts Rebound in March

Long Island Construction Law did not create this content. This article was written by David Winzelberg, and was published to the Long Island Business News on April 25th, 2019. 

The number of New York-area construction starts rose last month, rebounding after three straight months of declines.

There were about $3.9 billion in construction starts in the New York area last month, 40 percent more than the $2.79 billion in construction starts recorded in March 2018, according to the latest report from Dodge Data & Analytics.

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