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Fulcrum Growth Spurs Launch of New York Office

With an escalating portfolio of projects and clientele in the New York metropolitan area as well as the growing Fairfield/Westchester County submarkets, Fulcrum is excited to announce the opening of our new regional office in Port Chester, New York. Fulcrum has achieved significant growth in securing work and new clients in this key international market, with plans to continue to build upon this success. read more…

Striving for Excellence—The Fulcrum Family

By Hugh Coyle, FRICS, CEO and Founder

As I was tasked once again to pen an article for the first Fulcrum newsletter of the year, I asked myself, what is it that makes this organization different from others, as we strive for excellence? As I mulled over this question, I decided that rather than me trying to explain what Fulcrum is all about, it would be better to utilize unsolicited, recent feedback that has been provided by individual Fulcrum staff regarding their thoughts on this organization.

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Construction Project Management I

Fulcrum’s unique Construction Project Management services can be tailored to suit each and every Client’s needs throughout the real estate and construction life cycle. Fulcrum’s tried and tested processes to the real estate and construction arena provides our Client’s with the necessary construction intelligence to make educated decisions best suited for their respective project(s). In addition, Fulcrum’s team of certified professionals and technically qualified staff allows for in-house collaboration resulting in a qualitative approach to each project’s needs.

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Subcontractor Relationships

Certificates of Insurance: When entering into a contractual relationship with a subcontractor it is important to obtain Certificates of Insurance from that contractor which demonstrates the existence of necessary insurance coverage. The inability of a subcontractor to supply this information could mean no coverage is in force and that you or your insurance carrier may be required to provide coverage to the subcontractor for compensable Workers’ Compensation injuries or assume other liability exposures. This is generally an undesirable event for a prime contractor for they often do not have direct control over the employees or work procedures of the subcontractor and thus have limited control over the exposure they have assumed. read more…

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