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Cuba: Construction Boom Potential for U.S. Construction Companies and Equipment Manufacturers?

Posted in Architects, Construction, Construction Contracts, Contractors, Design Professionals, Developers, Engineers, Public-Private Partnerships, Subcontractors

On July 20, 2015, diplomatic relations were officially restored between the U.S. and Cuba.  Since that date, a number of significant political events have taken place.  First, the U.S. reopened its embassy in Cuba on August 14, 2015.  Next, on January 26, 2016, offices of the U.S. Departments of the Treasury and Commerce announced new… Continue Reading

Sixty Years of Potential Liability? – Long Term Contracts and Florida’s Statute of Repose

Posted in Construction, Contractors, Design Professionals, Design-Build, Professional Liability, Public-Private Partnerships

Design-Build Operation and Maintenance Concession Agreements through public-private partnerships are becoming more common for major infrastructure improvement projects. Florida courts have recently ruled that design professionals and contractors participating in the design-build portion of those types of projects may be exposed to several decades of exposure to liability after their respective services and work have… Continue Reading