Articles from March 2013



Making a Case for Using Trial Graphics to Prove Damages

March 26, 2013 Christopher J. Sullivan, Interface Consulting vice president of operations and a principal consultant recently submitted an article highlighting the use of trial graphics and demonstrative evidence in proving damages during dispute resolution. The February 2013 issue of the American Bar Association (ABA) Forum on the Construction Industry’s Division 1 newsletter The Dispute [...]

Cross-Border Pipeline Agreements Create New Ties in Europe and Asia

March 19, 2013 Political and economic tensions are heating up in the March issue of Construction Headline News as countries across Europe and Asia form alliances and agreements in order to decrease their dependence on unfavorable energy sources. From Italy to India, cross-border pipelines, with many routes in competition with one another, are in talks [...]

ABC Spring Golf Tournament on Par

March 18, 2013 Associated Builders and Contractors of Greater Houston hosted another successful spring golf tournament on Monday, March 11th. Participants enjoyed a beautiful day of golf on The Clubs of Kingwood, great networking opportunities, and fun pre-tournament games. Interface consultants Jennifer Hatten and Sarah Spurgeon were on scene at the tournament taking team photos, [...]

‘Hook’ed on the CLS of the SB of Texas’s Golf Tournament

March 15, 2013 by: Danielle Sims Sarah Spurgeon and I represented Interface Consulting as a sponsor of the State Bar of Texas’s Annual Construction Law Conference Golf Tournament at the Texas Hill Country resort, The Westin La Cantera, on February 27, 2013. This was our firm’s fifth year taking team photos of the golfers. We [...]

State Bar of Texas Meets Texas Hill Country

March 15, 2013 Each year the State Bar of Texas 26th Annual Construction Law Conference offers a unique opportunity to immerse attendees in Texas culture and construction law, and this year was no exception. The Westin La Cantera and the conference organizers provided a high-end experience from lodging to meals to speakers. Conference attendees experienced [...]

African Mining Industry Rocky but Worth the Risk to Some Investors

March 12, 2013 Africa is one of the most strategic locations around the world for mine construction and speculation opportunities. In the February issue of Construction Headline News, we look at how recent political turbulence and labor strikes are causing many investors to think twice about projects in Africa, particularly in South Africa. Some mining [...]