On Business Insider, the reality TV star and top NYC broker Ryan Serhant delves into the details of the super-rich real-estate and who the buyer could be.
Submit Stories, Events, CLE, Seminars and articles of interest relevant to construction defect and claims matters. Promote your firm's capabilities, or get exposure to your articles through our highly targeted readership of decision makers, construction attorneys, builders, owners, and claims professionals.
Articles may contain relevant images, links, your firm's name, and links to your corporate website, or third parties.
The preferred method of submission is through e mail, at...
Please remember to include your contact information if you would like it to be published with your content. Articles submitted are assumed to be cleared for publishing upon receipt by CDJ.
If you are submitting photos or PDF documents with your article, please send them as e mail attachments.
Normally articles are published in full, although we reserve the right to condense content for space purposes.
All articles submitted are considered for publication.
For additional questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Latest Construction Defect and Claims News Delivered Straight to Your Inbox...
Subscribing is easy and it's Free! Just Click the Subscribe link and hit send. Or use the following link...
- 1 of 108
- next ›
Earthcam presents a construction time-lapse movie highlighting progress for the new museum on Liberty Island in New York City from groundbreaking to completion.
Attorney Wally Zimolong gives a crash course on construction contract law.
Matt Risinger reports on homes built using compressed earth in the high-desert area of Texas.
KCTV5 News reports that a small country church is working to preserve its building after intense weather tore through the region.
The I Like to Make Stuff crew demonstrates how to construct a room with a secret entrance in a working-wardrobe.
Catastrophe models are not just for hurricanes. They are also not just for insurance carriers. Ming Lee, president and CEO of catastrophe modeling firm AIR Worldwide, discusses how insurance brokers and governments are increasingly using cat models and how cat models are expanding into other risks and expanding geographically.