Letters to the Editor


Send a letter to the Editor at CDJ. Comment on an article / posting, or promote your firm's practice within CDJ's highly targeted audience of Construction Defect and Claims Professionals.


Guidelines: All letters to the editor are welcome and will be considered for publication or posting online. The preferred method is to e-mail letters to editor@constructiondefectjhournal.com.

• Letters should be timely and should be addressed to the editor; no open letters to other people are printed. Letters may contain links to accompanying relevant content, company websites, or relevant third party sites.

• Letters sent are considered signed for the purposes of publication, and must contain contact information including letter writer's city and state.

• No more than four signatures per letter.

• We edit and/or trim letters as little as possible, but we reserve the right to do so as necessary.


To submit a letter please send to

editor@constructiondefectjournal.com

Subscribe to Construction Defect Journal

The Latest Construction Defect and Claims News Delivered Straight to Your Inbox...


Subscribing is easy and it's Free!  Just Click the Subscribe link and hit send. Or use the following link...


subscribe@constructiondefectjournal.com


714.701.9180

Arrange No Cost Consultation

johnspringman

markchapman

johntolman

mattnardella

alansturm

davesuggs










Construction Defect Journal Archives - Recent CD News for Construction Claims Professionals

Construction Defect News Channel - The Latest News and Video From The Construction Defect Journal

Construction defect and claims video channel.  For access to full construction defect channel content visit the construction defect channel homepage at... ConstructionDefectChannel
Giant Pipes Wash Up on England Beaches

On the coast of Norfolk, 8ft diameter plastic pipes and as long as 1,574ft have washed up on the shores.

Robotic Suits Gives Superhuman Power for Construction Workers

EksoZeroG is a new robotic line of suits that helps reduce the burden of physical work for construction and electrical workers.

Downtown Sacramento Construction on the Rise

KCRA News reports on the growth of Sacramento, California causing an upturn of construction projects.

New West San Jose Hotel Development Riles Neighbors

Homeowners in the area claim that the new hotel would block their views.

Construction Co Caused Thousands Evacuate North Carolina After Power Outage

A construction company accidentally drove a steel casing into an underground electric transmission cable, cutting off power to Ocracoke and Hatteras islands.

Presentation: The Future of VR & AR In AEC

Danielle Dy Buncio, Co-Founder and CEO of ViaTechnik discusses the uses of VR & AR in construction.

The Expanding Use of Catastrophe Models

Catastrophe models are not just for hurricanes. They are also not just for insurance carriers. Ming Lee, president and CEO of catastrophe modeling firm AIR Worldwide, discusses how insurance brokers and governments are increasingly using cat models and how cat models are expanding into other risks and expanding geographically.

 

Construction Defect Journal is aggregated from a variety of news sources, article submissions, contributors, and information from industry professionals.

No content on this site should be construed as legal advice or expert opinion. By viewing this site you agree to be bound by its terms and conditions

 

Copyright 2017 - Construction Defect Journal – All Rights Reserved