NYC DOB Proposed Rule – Amendment of Rules Governing Boiler and Elevator Inspections

The Department of Buildings is proposing to amend section 101-07 of Subchapter A of Chapter 100 of Title 1 of the Rules of the City of New York.

By |2021-10-22T11:36:53-04:00October 22nd, 2021|Cahill Blog, Construction, New York City, News|0 Comments

NYC DOB Publishes Comprehensive Multiyear Safety Report

The Department of Buildings (DOB) announced today the release of a new building construction safety report that provides deep insights on construction safety trends in the five boroughs over the 2019 and 2020 calendar years and examines Department initiatives that led to declines in building construction-related incidents and injuries during that time.

By |2021-09-10T15:45:10-04:00June 28th, 2021|Cahill Blog, Construction, New York City, News|0 Comments


The New York State Department of Health and the Governor's Office have just released Interim Guidelines for construction activities and the industry during COVID-19. We are currently breaking them down in more detail and will be sending out further updates in the coming days.

By |2021-09-01T06:08:32-04:00May 13th, 2020|Construction, New York City, News, NY Senate|0 Comments

Cahill Strategies COVID-19 Construction Recap

With all the developments in the NYC Construction industry this week we wanted to ensure that none of the major developments or changes were missed.

New York City Suspended Sites Inspection Requirements

Bobby D'Alession, former NYCDOB official and valued member of the Cahill team has put together the attached overview detailing what your requirements are.

COVID-19 Update: Suspension of Non-Essential Construction

The Department of Buildings just announced that all non-essential construction project in accordance with State Executive Order 202.6 and the subsequent Empire State Development Corporation guidance, all non-essential construction is suspended for the duration of this state of emergency effective immediately.

By |2021-09-01T06:13:37-04:00March 30th, 2020|Cahill Blog, Construction, New York City, News, Real Estate|0 Comments
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