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Everything You Need To Know About Public Construction


Are you actively engaged in public construction? Are you thinking about getting into public construction, since that’s where most of the construction work is nowadays? Don’t make the mistake of thinking the rules for public construction are the same as for private work. They’re actually quite different and ignorance of the differences can be devastating for your company. On the other hand, mastering the public construction rules before you start will position yourself for the efficiencies and profits you need in this economic climate.

Becker & Poliakoff is responding. First, you’ll notice more public construction related entries included in this blog, interspersed with the other private and general entries you’ve come to love. Additionally, Becker & Poliakoff is developing a continuing education seminar focused on public construction that will include segments on how to get on public agencies bid lists; bid preparation, submittal, and protests; public construction contracts; payment and performance bonds; prompt payment statutes; and the False Claims Act.

So keep an eye on this site for more information or email us at if you would like to ensure you receive details as the seminar is rolled out.

Lee Weintraub

At age 46, Lee Weintraub was the youngest recipient ever of the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Florida Bar’s Construction Law Committee. Mr. Weintraub is also an adjunct professor of law at Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law teaching construction law. Mr. Weintraub has been recognized by Chambers USA – America’s Leading Business Lawyers every year since 2003. Chambers USA noted he focuses on licensing and construction defect litigation, but is particularly renowned for his expertise in the Construction Lien Law. He was also selected in the The Best Lawyers in America© every year from 2006 through 2018.

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