The Treasury Department’s new Paycheck Protection Program directive gives many construction contractors additional guidance that we have been seeking. It provides the clarity that many need to decide how to proceed with their loans. Most important, the Department has opted to provide a safe harbor provision for firms that self-certified their need for loans that totaled less than $2 million.
Miami-Dade County offers a free expedited plan review program for new construction of developments or projects that provide workforce or affordable housing units. Attend free workshops to learn more about the program including incentives of building affordable and workforce housing in unincorporated Miami-Dade County.
AGC’s Virtual Federal Contractors Conference brings federal agencies directly to you to generate a more candid dialogue and practical information for contractors on issues specific to the federal space
The $500M renovations of Hard Rock Stadium brought the Super Bowl to Miami Gardens, and it could also lead to more development, experts say...
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has cited CJM Roofing Inc. in West Palm Beach for exposing employees to fall and other hazards at three residential worksites in Royal Palm Beach and Port St. Lucie, Florida. The contractor faces penalties totaling $291,724.
On Jan. 29, the House Committee on Ways and Means, which has jurisdiction over federal financing tools and revenue raising measures, held a hearing on infrastructure financing options. The hearing ran in conjunction with the House Democrats releasing their framework for a broad infrastructure bill.
Who loves the sun? More Americans than ever, according to U-Haul. In its latest moving survey, the moving giant said Florida had beaten out Texas as the No. 1 moving destination in America.
On Dec. 20, President Trump signed two spending packages totaling $1.4 trillion, preventing another year-end government shutdown and providing annual funding to all agencies of the federal government through September 30, 2020.