Allocating Overhead to Construction Projects

Lorman

Gain an understanding of overhead allocation and its role in assuring projects are profitable. This topic will include a clear definition of what costs are actually overhead to be applied to jobs. The information will define the specific costs that are direct vs. those that are indirect as part of the overhead total costs to be allocated. Then we will look into the various methods to allocate overhead with a few key case studies on how the method you choose will impact each jobs profitability, and the practical applications you can use in your daily roles and apply to your business.
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The Central Florida commercial real estate market continues to impress in all three commercial real estate areas through the second quarter into the third. Central Florida’s office market continued to improve through the second quarter of 2016, marked by climbing occupancy and rental rates

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US Capital Trends Webinar

The U.S. commercial real estate market posted a record first quarter for deal activity but conditions for investment have changed rapidly in recent weeks. Accelerating inflation, rising debt costs and recession fears are some of the challenges facing investors. Please join Jim Costello, Chief Economist of MSCI Real Assets, for a discussion on: Record-high property prices under pressure Investment pullback in the second quarter - not all a function of interest rates Changing liquidity and more normal patterns of buyer participation Investors’ continued focus on industrial and apartments despite challenges
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Commercial Real Estate Outlook

AREAA National

Listen to industry leaders Rick Sharga, CMO of Ten-X, and Mike Reagan, SVP of RE/MAX Commercial, discuss the current and future state of the commercial real estate market and hottest investment markets. Learn about how developments in the public and private sectors are changing the industry and how you can stay ahead of the curve.
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Modernizing Seniors Housing Care: Simplifying Workflows for Caregivers through Technology

As the acuity care needs of senior living residents rise, so does the need for more efficient workflows and better outcomes. Technology can help simplify both of these areas, by providing customizable data that highlight changes in condition and quality of care, and by informing residents' families about the care their loved ones are receiving. On September 8, at 2:00 pm Eastern, Seniors Housing Business magazine will host a webinar exploring how technology is helping to improve senior care across the country. Webinar attendees will learn about the latest innovations in care transition management and preventive healthcare. Topics will include: The latest trends in technology-enabled senior care How technology can help simplify workflows and improve care transitions The importance of involving families in the care planning process How to implement technology solutions to support these goals Panelists: Amy Ostrem, Vice President, Strategy & Portfolio Management, MatrixCare; Cassie Diner, Clinical Product Manager, MatrixCare; Kelly Danielson, Clinical Product Manager, MatrixCare; Joy Herring, VP of Clinical Analytics, LTC Consultants; and the moderator, Eric Goldberg, Seniors Housing Business. This discussion is sponsored by MatrixCare, an industry-leading provider of post-acute EHR to facility-based care settings and home care/home health and hospice organizations.
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Property and Liability Insurance in Commercial Leases: Key Provisions and Coverage Issues

One of the more complex commercial leasing areas involves insurance provisions and how they relate to indemnities for third-party and first-party claims. Businesses can address these risk allocation issues with liability and property coverage, but counsel must ensure indemnity provisions that do not impede insurance coverage. Counsel must identify the potential, relevant casualty loss exposures and the scope of the applicable insurance policy(ies) when drafting insurance requirements to apply to each party. A vital issue in liability coverage is the ability to access the other party's coverage in the face of a contractual liability exclusion and other policy limits. The parties should obtain additional insured status to confirm insurance coverage of contractual indemnification under the lease. Listen as our panel of real estate attorneys looks at casualty and liability insurance issues critical to landlords and tenants negotiating a real estate lease. The panel will discuss essential coverage and contract provisions to require insurance coverage and maximize coverage benefits. The program will also discuss other coverage issues relevant to commercial leases, including exclusions, proof of coverage, additional insured and loss payee parties, and primary/excess coverage.
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The Central Florida commercial real estate market continues to impress in all three commercial real estate areas through the second quarter into the third. Central Florida’s office market continued to improve through the second quarter of 2016, marked by climbing occupancy and rental rates

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