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Today , we welcome a quest columnist Steve Wright.  Steve Wright works for Whirlwind Steel Buildings, a manufacturer of pre-engineered steel buildings and components. Whirlwind Steel metal buildings are manufactured and designed to meet the highest quality standards. To learn...

by Dorothy Spencer James Eubanks recently joined the Cobb Law Group as paralegal focusing on materialmen's liens, payment bond claims and Georgia construction law. His experience and attention to detail make him a remarkable fit for our statewide construction law...

by Stephanie Dodson Dougherty The Davis-Bacon Act is a federal law that sets out minimum wage requirements for certain contractors, subcontractors, laborers and mechanics working on public buildings or public works projects receiving federal funds. Davis-Bacon requirements apply to contracts...

[caption id="attachment_1146" align="alignleft" width="300"] Plant Votgle in Waynesboro, Burke County, Georgia experiences additional construction delays after the general contractor seeks bankruptcy protection[/caption] One of the largest construction projects in Georgia hit another snag last week when the general contractor filed...

by Mark A. Cobb Often, we develop blog articles based upon recent client inquiries, and lately, we have had the same issue arise repeatedly–how should a contractor deal with discounts! Discounts can be a great way to encourage business, they...

by Mark A. Cobb  How do we Enforce another States Judgement? Question: An owner, a general contractor or a subcontractor owed us money so we sued them in our state (not Georgia!); the court awarded a judgment in our favor,...

by Mark A. Cobb We always enjoy sharing great blog articles with you. Sometimes, the topics just happen by themselves, sometimes they are based upon a real-life experience with a client or opposing counsel, other times they are more deliberate...