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A Contractor Plan: Construction During COVID-19
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A Contractor Plan: Construction During COVID-19

Contractors that are allowed to continue work on ‘essential’ projects during the pandemic need to consider the care and protection of their workforce and the surrounding communities. Contractors need to understand what is required to protect their workforce, account for supply chain impacts and manage labor availability uncertainty and how these conditions may impact the cost and time to perform work on their projects.

COVID-19 Construction Insights: Quantifying Delay Damages on Your Project

Delays on construction projects can lead to a cascade of negative financial repercussions for owners, contractors and subcontractors. As COVID-19 progresses and new mandates are put in place by federal, state and local government entities, it is imperative that owners, contractors and subcontractors properly notify, document, monitor and quantify all delay damages resulting from COVID-19.

An Owner/Developer Plan: Construction During COVID-19

If you are an Owner or Developer, taking care of people and our communities is everyone’s responsibility. Thus, Owners/Developers need to consider how their projects impact the community, and are classified by the various authorities and determine the benefits and costs to continue or delay their projects.

Spire’s Commitment to You | COVID-19 Update

Spire’s leadership team is meeting frequently to assess and appropriately respond to the crisis as it evolves, and to adjust our operations to maintain quality service. While we are currently maintaining normal business hours, we have implemented policies to focus on social distancing, technology implementation, and limited travel to allow our personnel to effectively and safely continue their daily functions.

Spire Welcomes Amy Jenkins, Executive Assistant

Spire is excited to welcome the newest member of the team, Ms. Amy Jenkins. Ms. Jenkins will serve as the Executive Assistant to Managing Principal, Anthony Gonzales, and brings with her significant business management, coordination, and operational technology experience.

Steps to Take When Your Project Suffers Productivity Loss

The measured mile analysis is a widely recognized and preferred method for quantifying productivity loss in construction claims. It estimates damages resulting from lost productivity by comparing activities during a period of disrupted performance to identical or substantially similar activities during a period of unaffected performance.

Spire San Francisco Experts Present On Weather Delays To AACE

Spire San Francisco’s top construction engineering experts, Roger Nelson, PE, PSP, LEED AP and Nour Bouhou, PhD, PSP will be the keynote speakers for the AACE International (AACE) San Francisco Bay Area Section’s September meeting. Mr. Nelson and Dr. Bouhou will share their extensive knowledge on weather delays, specifically how to analyze adverse weather in construction scheduling.

Join Us In Welcoming Daniel Wyman, Proposal Coordinator

Spire is thrilled to announce the newest addition to their team, Mr. Daniel Wyman. Mr. Wyman joins the team as a Proposal Coordinator where he will be the driving force behind key client proposals and will be intrinsically involved in all of Spire’s pursuits, both domestically and internationally.

Spire Managing Principal Will Share His Expertise at the 2019 CLC Leadership Forum

Anthony Gonzales, Spire’s Managing Principal, has been given the honor to serve on a panel with Austin’s top construction leaders at the Construction Leadership Council’s (CLC) Annual Leadership Forum. Mr. Gonzales will share his expertise as a leader in the industry during the event’s interactive discussion, providing attendees with the opportunity to learn about A/E/C leadership in a unique and collaborative setting.

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