As a business owner or manager, your building is an investment that you’d like to protect from harsh weather; therefore, here are a few tips on how to prepare your building and grounds for cooler temperatures, ice, and snow.
Posts about Professional General Contractor (5)
Environmental Choices That Should Save Money for Your Office
- Get Educated – designate a staff member to do research or subscribe to a newsletter.
Why Convert a House into a Dental Office?
How Wolgast Selects the Best Subcontractors
Take Caution When Hiring the Low Bidder
What Makes a "Professional" General Contractor?
More to Franchising from a Construction Stand Point
In the August 2011 edition of the Michigan Restaurateur, there was a question posed in the “Ask the Expert” section regarding preparing a concept for franchising. While we understand that there is limited space in the publication and the question was asked of a qualified lawyer, we feel that there is more to add about franchising from a construction stand point.
Lien Risks with Construction Sub-Contractors
You Risk Paying Twice When Sub-Contractors Don't Pay Their Bills
Liens Can Wreak Havoc on Funding
By Brian Stadler, Wolgast CEO
If you haven’t built a building in the last couple of years, you may be surprised when your banker tells you that they want to hire a Title Company to handle all of your payments to not only the General Contractor, but also directly to the General Contractor’s second tier Sub-Contractors. On top of that, that they expect you, the owner, to guarantee to the Bank and the Title Company that the project will be lien-free during construction.