Construction Subcontractor Strategies for Getting Paid
For a small business, cash flow is king. How can you ensure that you'll get paid for the work you do when it's due to you? And, what do you do if you don't get paid?
These questions will be answered during an interactive workshop for construction subcontractors working on commercial and government projects. Come learn the best ways to ensure you're protected at the beginning of a project and the various tools and laws available to subcontractors to ensure payment from general contractors in a timely manner.
* Invoicing and Payment Terms
* Contingent Payments
* Prompt Payment
* Mechanic's Liens
* Claims on Payment Bonds
* Legal Action
Kip Curphy has more than 30 years of experience in the construction industry. He started working at Wycon Construction Co. as a laborer after college and worked his way up the ladder to become President of the company in 1993. Wycon Construction is a heavy highway construction company specializing in concrete structures, utilities (water, sewer, storm, etc.), drainage, streets, and more. Kit was responsible for growing the company to nearly 90 employees with annual revenues of $14M. He implemented and oversaw HR, estimating, accounting, payroll, profit sharing, banking, bonding, purchasing, contracts, maintenance, project management, scheduling, field operations, supervision and safety, as well as running the day-to-day operations of this dynamic top-notch firm.
Fee: $ 15.00
Fee-based workshops are payable in advance via PayPal; see your registration confirmation for the link; if paying at the door, bring exact cash or check payable to the SBDC host "City of Aurora".