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Here’s how to rein in the cost of scaffolding, sidewalk sheds, permits and engineering.

Local 32BJ rally wins governor’s support for a possible walkout on April 20.

Site Safety Plan hit a snag thanks to an uncooperative next-door neighbor.

White brick facade is replaced by state-of-the-art porcelain tiles.

Construction defects include noise, explosions, floods and faulty elevators. 

When boards start early, capital projects have happier endings.

Courts rule in favor of co-op board in dispute over a $1 million repair.

Co-op Board Learns the High Cost of Being Unreasonable

Written by Andrew P. Brucker on April 13, 2021

Upper East Side, Manhattan

Court rejects board’s high-handed effort to evict long-time resident and his family.

Modular units turn on and off according to demand, cutting waste.

Looming penalties for carbon emissions should be on every board’s radar.

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