The Texas Storm – Guidance for Contractors

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This Alert provides the construction industry with guidance and recommendations for navigating commercial risk resulting from the storm.

March 8, 2021
Curtis W. Martin & Paulo Flores - Peckar & Abramson, P.C.

The Texas snow and ice storm of February 2021 will long be remembered. It has affected everyone across the State, and its impacts continue to be felt a week later. This Alert provides the construction industry with guidance and recommendations for navigating commercial risk resulting from the storm.

The potential impacts to your projects may be wide reaching. Consequences on a project site can include damage to the site, delays to work from the storm or from government orders, or simply the lack of help from trades who are dealing with serious personal catastrophes. Offsite impacts can cover a much broader scope of issues, including supply production issues or transportation interruptions. So, what can contractors facing such impacts do to avoid losses, mitigate the impacts, and prepare for what’s to come?

Reprinted courtesy of Curtis W. Martin, Peckar & Abramson, P.C. and Paulo Flores, Peckar & Abramson, P.C.

Mr. Martin may be contacted at cmartin@pecklaw.com
Mr. Flores may be contacted at PFlores@Pecklaw.com



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