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Sureties to take over bankrupt Ind. contractor's projects

NASBP SmartBrief | Jan 18, 2017

An Indiana contractor's bankruptcy has left projects worth tens of millions of dollars on hold, with sureties poised to take over at least two projects to ensure work is completed. Owensboro will not lose money on a museum project because it required a performance bond, the city attorney says. WFIE-TV (Evansville, Ind.) (01/10)


S.D. bonded contractor, sub in dispute with sub-subcontractor

NASBP SmartBrief | Jan 04, 2017

Surety payout helps complete Md. demolition

NASBP SmartBrief | Jan 04, 2017

IRS requires bond for certifying professional employer organizations

NASBP SmartBrief | Jan 04, 2017

Insurers recruit for internships, entry-level jobs

NASBP SmartBrief | Jan 11, 2017

Economists: Construction industry gain to continue in 2017

NASBP SmartBrief | Jan 04, 2017

Claim causes surety to cancel Ohio sheriff's bond

NASBP SmartBrief | Jan 11, 2017

N.J. program aids small firms in obtaining surety credit

NASBP SmartBrief | Jan 11, 2017

Ohio case shows enforcement of extreme liquidated damages claim

NASBP SmartBrief | Jan 11, 2017

Toll projects with cost recoupment could flourish under Trump

NASBP SmartBrief | Jan 11, 2017


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