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Laurie & Brennan, LLP Supports the Block Kids Building Competition

October 31, 2017

Erin E. Krejci and Kendall E. Woods Support the Block Kids Building Competition

On October 28, 2017, Laurie & Brennan, LLP partners Erin E. Krejci and Kendall E. Woods volunteered for the Chicago-area Block Kids Building Competition.

Sponsored by the Chicago Metro Chapter 325 of the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC), the Federation of Women Contractors (FWC), and the Architecture and Construction Management programs at College of DuPage, Block Kids is a national building competition for children in kindergarten through sixth grade.  Participating boys and girls create unique construction projects utilizing their imaginations, plastic blocks and other provided materials.

Erin, a member of FWC, and Kendall, president of the Chicago chapter of NAWIC, proudly support the award-winning Block Kids Building Competition and its efforts to introduce children to the construction industry and promote careers in the industry.

In addition to the competition, the event also included the opportunity to “Touch-A-Truck.”  FWC members brought some of their industrial vehicles and equipment for the children (and adults) to experience up close.

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Krista H. Kapp Inducted Into The Society of Illinois Construction Attorneys

October 19, 2017

Laurie & Brennan, LLP congratulates Krista H. Kapp on her recent induction into The Society of Illinois Construction Attorneys (SOICA).  Krista joins Laurie & Brennan, LLP partners Ty Laurie, Dan Brennan, and Ryan Hiss in this prestigious organization.

From Right to Left: Ty D. Laurie, Daniel S. Brennan, Krista H. Kapp, Ryan A. Hiss

From Right to Left: Ty D. Laurie, Daniel S. Brennan, Krista H. Kapp, Ryan A. Hiss

SOICA is an invitation-only organization for Illinois-based construction attorneys who have demonstrated the highest ethical standards of practice, have made substantial professional contributions to the industry, and who are dedicated to excellence in the practice of construction law.  SOICA stresses collegiality and provides a forum for its members to exchange experience and knowledge in order to enhance the understanding of the social and economic forces that impact the construction industry, the technical and business practices of the construction industry, and the laws that underlie construction processes.

Krista, who focuses her practice on the drafting and negotiation of complex construction contracts and design agreements, looks forward to sharing her own knowledge and experience and learning from the knowledge and experience of her fellow SOICA members.

For more information on SOICA, visit the SOICA website at www.soica.org.  To contact Krista H. Kapp or another attorney at Laurie & Brennan, LLP, please call our office at (312) 445-8780.

 

Dan Brennan’s Contribution to The 2017 A201 Deskbook

October 16, 2017

Dan Brennan, one of Laurie & Brennan, LLP’s founding partners, is proud to be a contributing author for the American Bar Association’s Forum on Construction Law’s newly released book, The 2017 A201 Deskbook.

 

Earlier this year, The American Institute of Architects (AIA) released its revised A201 General Conditions of the Contract for Construction, which is updated every ten years. The A201 is among the most frequently used documents of all AIA construction forms.

The 2017 A201 Deskbook provides a comprehensive and detailed guide to the new AIA A201, identifying and analyzing the significant changes made to the A201 document.  The Deskbook also provides a section-by-section critical analysis of the A201, including case law interpretations and practice tips to assist construction law practitioners.  The 2017 A201 Deskbook is available through ABA Book Publishing here.  Additional information about the ABA Forum on Construction Law, can be found here.

To contact Dan Brennan or another attorney at Laurie & Brennan, LLP, please call our office at (312) 445-8780 or visit our website at www.lauriebrennan.com.


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