2016 Surety Sections: One Published and the Other Underway
The Surety Information Office (SIO) is working on the Surety Section of the Associated Builders and Contractors magazine, Construction Executive, which will be published in November 2016. This special section is one of the many ways the SIO educates private and public owners and contractors about the value and importance of surety bonds in construction. If you are interested in advertising and participating in this opportunity, contact Don Berry at firstname.lastname@example.org or 973-383-0888, ext 1#, for information. View last year's Construction Executive Surety Supplement at the SIO.org website or click on the image of its cover at left.
2015 Construction Executive Surety Supplement
More recently the Surety Section of the Engineering News-Record magazine was published in June 2016.To access it, visit the SIO.org website or click on the image of its cover at left. The theme of the issue was on "The Surety Industry Thriving in A Changing Marketplace" and featured these articles: Market Outlook, Executive Perspectives, Thought Leaders, Subcontract Bonds Keep Projects on Track, Cybersecurity: How Prepared Are You?, P3 Considerations from a Sub's Perspective, Surety and the Energy and Mineral Industry, A Security Comparison: Parent Company Guarantees vs. Surety Bonds, Preserving Working Capital with Surety Bonds, Surety Bonds Can Benefit Contractors in the Evolving North American P3 Project Market, and A Professional Bond Producer Is a Contractor’s Essential Resource for Navigating the Intricacies off Surety Bonding.
|2016 ENR Surety Supplement
The Surety Information Office (SIO), formed in 1993, disseminates information about the benefits of contract and other forms of surety bonding in private and public construction. SIO, a virtual office, is supported by the National Association of Surety Bond Producers (NASBP), www.nasbp.org, and The Surety & Fidelity Association of America (SFAA), www.surety.org. For information on the benefits of surety bonds in construction and in other contexts, visit www.sio.org or contact SIO at email@example.com.