Oct Oct 17, 2017

OSHA Inspections: Construction Law

By |2017-10-16T16:14:28-05:00October 17th, 2017|Construction Law|Comments Off on OSHA Inspections: Construction Law

As a contractor in the construction industry, OSHA inspections are a necessary evil. Imagine that an OSHA inspector just completed an inspection of your worksite. What steps should you take now? Allow our construction law team at Woodall Batchelor PLLC to walk you through the necessary steps. OSHA Inspections: How to handle these? First and foremost, you should always try to comply with posting regulations. Post a copy of the citation at or near the [...]

Jul Jul 27, 2017

Mechanic’s Liens: Preserving Your Rights

By |2017-07-27T16:05:38-05:00July 27th, 2017|Construction Law|Comments Off on Mechanic’s Liens: Preserving Your Rights

At Woodall Batchelor PLLC, we understand that the ability to enforce mechanic’s liens rights depends on careful consideration before, during, and after construction. Here are a few of our best suggestions for preserving mechanic's liens rights. Draft mechanic's liens with precision Judges are instructed to carefully review mechanic’s liens and invalidate certain inaccurate liens.  Ensure you have an accurate and precise description of the owner, contractor, property, type of work, licensure information, affidavit and [...]

May May 31, 2017

How to Avoid Common Construction Contract Issues

By |2017-07-13T14:52:29-05:00May 31st, 2017|Construction Law|Comments Off on How to Avoid Common Construction Contract Issues

In any construction project, it's safest to start out by assuming that everything that can go wrong, will. While many projects may finish on time and under budget with zero problems along the way, the odds are good that weather, changing supply costs, shipping delays, job site accidents, or other setbacks will come up. When they do, there needs to be a plan in place for how the work will continue and if and [...]