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At Olson Construction Law, we consistently provide valuable resources and insights for your business.

We’re actively involved in trade associations as well as national construction committees that set DOT specification standards, so we’re up-to-date on industry news and can offer important information that can benefit your business.

See what we’ve been up to lately in our most recent newsletters below. You can also scroll down to view our newsletter archives.

Liquidated Damages: How to Avoid Paying  (March 2017)

Concrete Pavement: Why Owners Should Pay for Random Cracking  (March 2017)

Asphalt Pavement Cracking, Settlement, and Heaving: Why the Contractor Should Not Have to Pay for the Repair  (February 2017)

Bridges: Engineers Fail to Take Soil Borings as Required  (February 2017)

Recent Decision on Differing Site Conditions, Alteration of Work and Impossibility of Design   (January 2015)

Getting Paid For Differing Site Conditions   (December 2014)

When the Street Settles, Who Should Pay the Cost of Repair?   (August 2014)

Limiting the Impact of Liquidated Damages   (November 2013)

Using Project Schedules to Document the Impact of Project Delays   (October 2013)

Recovering Delay Damages   (September 2013)

Soil Settlement   (September 2013)

Owner Caused Delays   (August 2013)

Constructive Acceleration   (August 2013)

Owners Risk of Defective Design   (July 2013)

Published Articles

When The Street Settles, Who Pays?
Minnesota Utility Contractor Association:  Underground Press, August 2014

Differing Site Conditions:  Getting Paid for Extra Expenses and Lost Time
National Utility Contractor Association: Business Journal, Fall 2014

Controlling Project Change Costs
National Utility Contractor Association:  Business Journal, Spring 2014

Contractor Recourse for Late Utility Relocation
National Utility Contractor Association:  Business Journal, Summer 2014

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