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October 2020

Five Ways COVID Will Change Contract Glazing Contracts

Few things have had such broad and wide-reaching implications for all aspects of life as COVID-19 has. It has permeated just about every piece of it, including how we conduct business. Contract glaziers are no exception. COVID-19 will force changes in contract language and open items to interpretation that have never even garnered a glance before. Here are some of the areas you’ll want to review in your contracts in light of COVID-19: Force majeure: Most contracts between general contractors and their glazing subcontractor have exceptions to deadlines, etc., for force majeure. COVID shined a light on exactly what constitutes force majeure. Is it having the virus in your workforce… Read More »

In and Out Merger

Almost everything is different due to COVID-19, an unwelcomed visitor upon this planet whose appearance has lasted far too long. While the pandemic doesn’t change the most important things in life—the people you love (assuming they have not sadly been a victim of it), the morals you hold and the faith you live by—a lot of other things will and have changed. Here’s an updated list of what industry and business items are going out and what’s coming in as a result of what we are experiencing. This is an open list, so if you have any suggestions for other items that should be included, please send them in and… Read More »

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