Construction Industry

CEO Breakfast & Strategy Series 2019

Davis|Kuelthau is a proud supporter of St. Norbert College’s ‘CEO Breakfast & Strategy Series’. These programs cover a variety of business topics featuring speakers who are significant business and community leaders. They will share their stories related to common business challenges and provide success strategies. Attendees have an opportunity to network and gain key information…

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Milwaukee Business Journal’s Economic Forecast

Davis|Kuelthau is a proud table sponsor for the Milwaukee Business Journal’s Economic Forecast. The keynote speaker will be Charlie L. Evans, the ninth president and CEO of the Seventh District Federal Reserve Bank in Chicago. Mr. Evans will be serving as a voting member of the Federal Open Market Committee beginning in January 2019. He…

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Redefining Leadership in Construction: How a Diverse Team Gets Better Results

3:00 – 5:30 PM Ingleside Hotel in Pewaukee (formerly Country Springs) Davis|Kuelthau’s Construction Industry Team cordially invites industry in-house counsel, executives and HR professionals to the State Bar of Wisconsin’s upcoming CLE and networking event, Redefining Leadership in Construction: How a Diverse Team Gets Better Results. Construction has long been a male-dominated field, but women and…

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NAIOP Development Showcase Series

Davis|Kuelthau is proud to be a presenting sponsor of NAIOP’s Wisconsin Development Showcase Series taking place on Thursday, November 8, 2018. This program will examine the local and national trends related to hotel development and will address the need for more hotels in the future. Featured speakers will include Doug Nysse of White Lodging, Paul…

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Additional Changes to A201 | 2017 AIA Document Series – Revisions to the Core Contract Documents (Part 6)

Part 6: Miscellaneous Additional Changes to A201. As final article of the series, Part 6 covers certain miscellaneous, but nonetheless, important changes in the A201 document which did not fit in the categories covered in Parts 1-5. Contractor’s Construction Schedule. The revised Section 3.10.1 significantly expands upon the Contractor’s duty to provide scheduling information at…

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B101 Owner/Architect Agreement | 2017 AIA Document Series – Revisions to the Core Contract Documents (Part 5)

Part 5: Revisions to the B101 Owner/Architect Agreement. The changes in B101 dovetail with other newly-modified documents, such as the A201 General Conditions, and this article should be read in conjunction with Parts 1-4 of the series. Architect Compensation. Numerous changes have been made in the various sections of the Agreement dealing with the Architect’s…

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Owner/Contractor Relationship Revisions to A201 | 2017 AIA Document Series | Revisions to the Core Contract Documents (Part 3)

Part 3: Owner/Contractor Relationship Revisions to A201 General Conditions Document This article is the third in a series that explores the 2017 modifications to the AIA’s most commonly used construction contracting documents, including the A101, B101 and A201 documents. The purpose of the series is to explain some of the more significant changes in order…

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Notice Requirements Under the Revised A201 | 2017 AIA Document Series | Revisions to the Core Contract Documents (Part 2)

Part 2: Notice Requirements Under the Revised A201 General Conditions Document. This article is the second in a series which addresses the 2017 modifications to the AIA’s most commonly-used construction contract documents. Discussed herein are changes to the various notice requirements under the A201 General Conditions Document. While notice requirements are sometimes perceived as trite,…

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Dispute Resolution Under the Revised A201 | 2017 AIA Document Series | Revisions to the Core Contract Documents (Part 1)

Recently, the AIA issued its once-every-ten-year revisions to some of the most commonly used documents in construction contracting, including the A101, B101 and A201 documents. The revisions are significant, and will impact all players in the industry, including owners, contractors and architects. Many revisions constitute notable improvements to these time-tested contract documents. Others pose threats…

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