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5/28/2020
As we now know, the COVID-19’s impact on construction and our lives will likely last more than a few months. From the start, the key priority for specialty contractors, naturally, has been the safety and well-being of all employees. As we prepare to make
5/11/2020
The 2020 edition of the Mechanical Contractors Association of America’s (MCAA) highly regarded construction management publication, Change Orders, Productivity, Overtime—A Primer for the Construction Industry, has the full support of the American Subco
2/6/2020
The National Glass Association (NGA) and the American Subcontractors Association (ASA) are pleased to announce they have entered into a mutual agreement for NGA to be an ASA Alliance Partner.
1/21/2019
ASA, along with SFAA, submitted a “friend-of-the-court” brief on Jan. 4, 2019, asking the Ohio Supreme Court to limit awards greatly in excess of legitimate claims in breach of contract cases.
1/21/2019
SUBExcel 2019 will examine technology in construction with a particular focus on the adoption—and resistance of—new technologies in a construction world where technology is here to stay.
12/14/2018
ASA, a national trade organization based in the Washington, D.C., area representing construction subcontractors, specialty trade contractors, and suppliers, has named government relations expert Mike Oscar as its Chief Advocacy Officer.
11/14/2018
In a new FASA video, “The Soft Side of Scheduling,” Steve Groth, Chiaramonte Construction, examines ways to improve project management communication between GCs and subcontractors specifically as it relates to the project schedule.
11/12/2018
A FASA manual can help subcontractors understand how forum-selection clauses are treated in the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
10/16/2018
In “Group Captive Insurance for Construction Companies,” Ed Kushlis, Insurance Associates, explains how midsize companies in captives can drastically reduce health insurance expenses and workers’ compensation costs.

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