The CEO of Swiss-French cement maker LafargeHolcim on April 24 announced his resignation following release of an internal review that found Lafarge employees made payments to rebel groups in Syria from 2013 to 2014.
Following a dramatic March 2 raid that saw the company’s Peoria, Ill., headquarters and two other nearby facilities searched by federal officials, Caterpillar offered few new insights into the long-running tax investigation that likely prompted the action.
A former Chicago-area concrete and carpentry subcontractor has been sentenced to a year and a day in federal prison for fronting a women’s business enterprise/disadvantaged business enterprise (WBE/DBE) fraud scheme that involved multiple major public infrastructure projects.
Three executives of contractor LPCiminelli Inc., three New York power and commercial developers and a former SUNY president are among nine charged in a 79-page US criminal complaint alleging bribery, bid-rigging and influence-peddling on state-funded projects.
During this webinar, a professional litigator offers her perspective on the risk pitfalls that derail most construction projects. She’ll discuss do’s and don’ts from her experience counseling and representing engineers to resolve disputes during the project, before litigation, and in litigation.
Construction sector experts weigh in on how the second 100 days of the Trump administration will affect the construction industry. During this webinar, our panelists will discuss the outlook of issues such as tax reform, immigration rule changes, the long-awaited infrastructure investment plan, & more!
More states are now legalizing marijuana, which presents new risks for contractors in a world where an employee’s cannabis use no longer crosses the line. Legal, safety & human resources experts from contracting firms will explain how they are keeping jobsites drug free, while avoiding costly legal challenges.