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Rules afford relief for construction disputes

There are many situations in construction projects where a timely emergency decision can yield a significant benefit to the parties. Examples include disputes over a change in scope of a project or defects that require selection of a particular method ...

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Caterpillar, Deere, Missouri await stalled road money

Missouri wants to widen Interstate 70 between St. Louis and Kansas City to get traffic, and jobs, moving again. Construction-equipment makers Caterpillar Inc. and Deere & Co. stand ready to help. All are being stymied by a legislative deadlock that ...

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Hospitals add to the construction mix

Cities aren’t the only entities bolstering the local construction sector. Hospitals in the county have spent millions expanding their facilities to meet an ever-increasing need for health care, especially in western St. Charles County. Last month, Barnes Jewish St. Peters ...

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Government projects keep construction sector hopping

Cities and hospitals continue to keep construction projects going in the county, despite the recession and the otherwise sluggish construction sector. In May, The Business Record reported that Lindenwood was most likely the biggest builder in St. Charles County. Now ...

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Contracts: Construction – Subcontractor Agreement – Sufficiency Of Evidence

Hilles v. Thomas (MLW No. 58858/Case No. SD29152 – 5 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Southern District, Scott, P.J.) Where a subcontractor in the drywall business asked another drywall crew to help with a job and the homeowners paid the ...

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