What happens when a construction project is delayed by the owner?

What happens when a construction project is delayed by the owner?

By Samin Bidhendi The notion of delay in construction projects has been the subject of many discussions and debates. When can an owner be deemed to have delayed a project and what happens next?Before a contractor can assert that the owner has delayed the project,...
Renovation matchmaker

Renovation matchmaker

Trisura Guarantee is excited to partner with eRenovate on a unique online platform that easily connects Canadian homeowners with verified contractors. The eRenovate Guarantee provides up to a $25,000 deposit protection and 88-day workmanship guarantee to give...
International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day

It’s International Women’s Day, and Trisura Guarantee wants to say thank you to all our female trailblazers. Hardworking, inspirational and talented, the women of Trisura are at the top of their game, often receiving praise from around the industry for their work in...
The Construction Change Order Manifesto

The Construction Change Order Manifesto

We can all agree the construction change order process is very slow. When a change request comes in from an owner or general contractor, most times contractors start work and incur the costs and don’t receive revenue until much later during the project or sometimes...
Ontario’s New Construction Act: What you need to know!

Ontario’s New Construction Act: What you need to know!

On July 1, 2018 Ontario’s new Construction Act (Bill 142, the “Construction Act”) will take effect. The Construction Act is the most wide-ranging change of rules in the construction industry in Ontario since 1983. One of the highlights of the changes are mandatory...