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The Art and Science of Roof Estimating Thu, Dec 28, 2023 John Kenney, CPRC, CEO, Cotney Consulting As a roofing industry veteran, I have come to realize that at the center of estimating lies a unique convergence of art and science. This duality should be a practical reality that shapes every aspect of o... Read More

Legislature Holds Special Session to Address Hurricane Recovery, War in Israel Thu, Dec 28, 2023 The Legislature convened Special Session in early November, in order to address a variety of issues prior to the 2024 Regular Session. The Governor called legislators back to Tallahassee to take immediate action in four district areas: (1) hurricane ... Read More

Design Flaws and ASCE 7: What Every Contractor Must Know Fri, Dec 01, 2023 Consider this scenario: you have been hired to install a roof based on the specifications of a design professional. You follow those specifications to a tee and complete the job on time and on budget. However, months later, the roof collapses after a... Read More

What Gen Z Wants From Leaders Tue, Nov 28, 2023 Mark Athitakis, Contributing Editor, Associations Now Like every younger generation, this one is testing tradition. But listening can spark new ideas for a healthier workplace. Recent research shows that Generation Z is starting to show some sway in... Read More

Florida Nuclear Auto Verdicts and Their Impact on the Commercial Auto Market Tue, Nov 28, 2023 Tyler Kocis, Surety and Risk Advisor, Furman Insurance Florida has seen a sharp rise in high-dollar legal cases, known as “nuclear verdicts,” significantly affecting the legal and insurance climate. This article delves into the ramificat... Read More

Delegate or Do It Yourself? Tue, Nov 28, 2023 Mitch Levine, CEO, Corporate Finance Solutions Most companies’ founders are responsible for the majority, if not all, of the management responsibilities, as well as some of the production, service or administrative responsibilities. There&rsqu... Read More

Florida Solar Incentives 2023 Tax Credits & Rebates Mon, Nov 27, 2023 Lora Novak, Senior Editor, Today’s Homeowner Florida’s nickname is the Sunshine State and it’s not surprising that it’s one of the country’s most popular states for solar power, according to the Solar Energy Industries ... Read More

Reasons for Florida to Go Solar Mon, Nov 27, 2023 Lisa Pate, FRSA Executive Director Florida is the Sunshine State and it’s not surprising that it’s ranked third for solar potential but only fourteenth in terms of rooftop solar installed. Solar installation is expected to double in the ... Read More

Tallahassee Tidbits Mon, Nov 27, 2023 Chris Dawson, Attorney, GrayRobinson The Legislature is slowly preparing for the 2024 Regular Session and October saw the commencement of committee weeks with a slew of agency reports and budget forecast updates. Bill drafts are starting to trickl... Read More

Protecting Your Job Sites During Hurricane Season Mon, Nov 27, 2023 Trent Cotney, Partner, Adams and Reese LLP In August, Hurricane Idalia made landfall in Florida and caused serious damage to parts of the Gulf Coast. Although its wrath could have been worse, it serves as a reminder that hurricane season is still in... Read More

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