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    Delaware
    Update Regarding House Bill 109 – For Delaware Construction Projects, Legislature Overrides Choice of Law and Venue Provisions In Some Construction Contracts

    By: Scott T. Earle and Jennifer M. Horn The recently passed and amended Delaware House Bill 109 (“HB 109”) has important implications for anyone concerned with construction law in Delaware. According to amended HB 109, any provision in a ...

    Compliance
    Delaware Construction Legislation Stalls in the Senate

    By: Scott T. Earle House Bill 109 (HB 109), which was passed by the House of Representatives, has stalled out in the Senate. This Bill was a proposed amendment to Title 6, Chapter 35 of the Delaware Code Building and Construction Payments section ...

    Delaware
    Mid-Atlantic Construction Update: Looking Up?

    Is construction picking up throughout the Mid-Atlantic region? Here are just a few summaries of headlines for Maryland, Delaware and Pennsylvania Maryland: As of March 2011, construction projects in several Maryland counties continue to increase, ...

    Delaware
    These (Construction) Boots Were Made for Walkin’ (Across State Borders)

    For an increasing number of contractors, survival in the current economy has resulted in the need to find and secure work in other states. The migration of contractors to neighboring states is apparent throughout the country. Besides the work ...

    Delaware
    Delaware Department of Transportation Files Lawsuit Over Indian River Bridge

    The Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDot) recently filed a lawsuit for $19.6 million in damages against Florida based engineering contractor Figg Bridge Engineers (Figg) and its engineering subcontractor MACTEC Engineering (MACTEC). The ...

    Delaware
    Delaware Wind Farm Assembly Suffers Setback but Long Term Confidence in the Project Remains High

    The federal government recently denied the state of Delaware’s application for a $22 million grant for a wind turbine manufacturing facility in the Port of Wilmington (The Port). The Port, along with NRG Bluewater Wind (NRG), sought the grant ...

    Bonds
    Delaware Supreme Court Confirms That Sureties May Limit Bond Claimants
    BY Robert G. Ruggieri

    Scott T. Earle and Daniella Gordon contributed to this post. A recent Delaware Supreme Court decision limited the field of bond claimants on a private project. In the case, Berlin Steel proper claimants under bond.pdf the Supreme Court overruled ...

    Delaware
    Delaware Department of Transportation Unveils Five Year Plan

    The Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) recently unveiled its plans to update the Cape Region over the next five years. Funded Projects On the agenda of funded projects are intersection and sidewalk improvements, such as realignment of ...

    Delaware
    Delaware: Renewable Energy Bills Update

    Christopher P. Soper, LEED AP, associate with Cohen Seglias, contributed to this post. This summer, Delaware Governor Jack Markell signed into law four renewable energy bills designed to expand Delaware’s wind and solar power industries. The ...