Construction contracts often call for disputes to be “finally resolved” by way of arbitration in order to exert some control over the process, keep disputes out of the public record, and manage costs.
The construction business is risky. There aren’t many construction companies that have managed to survive for more than a few decades. As the typical construction
A recent survey reveals that Canadian business leaders generally undervalue the return on investment from energy efficiency.
The days of the one-size-fits-all bonding facility in Canada are over. Smaller contractors now have choices when it comes to bonding.