Bureau of Workmanship & Accountability

Safety in Contract Resolutions

Professional Arbitration. Unbiased Mediation. Dependable Resolutions.

The Bureau of Workmanship & Accountability provides Protection(s) for the Consumer and Contractor.

Before you sign that contract for work services take advantage of the peace of mind B. O. W. A. provides.

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Proffessional Mediation/



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Strategic Planning/Resolutions

Strategic Consultancy

Power of Attorney/Attorney In Fact Services

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Fraud/Unfair Practice Investigations/Reporting

Your Bureau for Protection of your Interests.

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The Bureau has worked with both contractors and consumers across the country. As former general and sub contractors, the founders and Agents of the Bureau understand the intracacies, vulnerabilities, and efficacies of contracting, negotiating, and resolving work needs successfully.

Our guiding principle is that:

1) the workman is worthy of his/her [skillful and workmanlike] hire; and 2) the Consumer's expectations are worthy of their every penny.

Get Protected Today

Mailing Address

PO Box 365

Oak Creek, WI 53154

Tel. 1 (833) 263 - 7266

Email: bureauofworkmanship@gmail.com


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Arbitration and Mediation Services

Be a victim no more!

The construction fields are in dire straights. Without adequate oversight consumers face greater uncertainty and elevated risk(s) for fraud, negligence, and incompetence.

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Full-service solutions

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In arbitration, a neutral, trained arbitrator serves as a judge who is responsible for resolving the dispute.


In a mediation process, a neutral, trained mediator works to help disputants come to a consensus on their own.

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Fraud/Unfair Practice Investigations/Reporting

Fraud investigators perform a variety of tasks for private/civil investigations. They investigate cases of contractor/agreement fraud. Investigators interview individuals who are affected by fraudulent activity, including complainants, subcontractors, and witnesses. They research records and transactions,

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Power of Attorney/Attoney in Fact

The term power of attorney (POA) refers to a legal authorization that gives a designated person the power to act for someone else. As such, a POA gives the agent or attorney-in-fact the authority to act on behalf of the principal. The agent may be given broad or limited authority to make decisions about the principal's property, finances, investments, or medical care.