Scott Wolfe Jr

CEO at Levelset


New Orleans, LA

About Scott Wolfe Jr
A husband, dad, & entrepreneur in New Orleans, Scott founded Levelset to even the $1 trillion construction playing field and make payments easier, faster, and more predictable. Levelset is used by thousands of contractors and suppliers nationwide to make payments easier on billions in contract value each year. Scott is a licensed attorney who previously practiced construction law. Recognized by New Orleans City Business as an “Innovator of the Year” and part of their “Leadership in Law Hall of Fame,” Scott has been on the Silicon Bayou 100 list every year since 2014, is a winner of Idea Village & Jim Coulter’s IDEAPitch, is the ACG’s reigning Emerging Growth Company, and a Junior Achievement Rising Star.
Recent articles by Scott Wolfe Jr

Guide to Filing A Mechanics Lien when Coronavirus Impacts Your Job

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Coronavirus is impacting construction jobs across the United States.  Projects are being delayed.  Supplies are being pinched. People are getting sick and quarantined. Cities are issuing “shelter in place” orders.... Read more

2019 National Construction Payments Report

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Getting paid in construction is slow, hard, and stressful – that’s the takeaway from a survey of over 500 construction professionals conducted in collaboration between Levelset and TSheets by Quickbooks. ... Read more

Best Preliminary Notice Services in Arizona: Reviews and Guide

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All parties who want to retain their lien rights in Arizona are required to file a preliminary notice. These notices are often called 20-day notices because they need to be... Read more

California Mechanics Lien Filing Services – Reviews & Ratings

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Getting paid in the construction industry is complicated, and even if you’ve done everything right, you still may not get paid. If you are considering filing a mechanics lien in... Read more

Texas Construction Monthly Notice Services – Reviews & Ratings

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Texas has some of the most confusing preliminary notice requirements and deadlines in the US. While unnecessarily complicated, these notices are required because they create visibility to improve communication and... Read more

How to File Multiple Mechanics Liens Fast

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If you find yourself needing to file multiple liens at once, this guide is a great place to start for anyone looking to file a lot of liens. Read more

5 Best Construction Attorneys in San Francisco 2019

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Looking for a construction lawyer for your California construction business? Whether it’s a payment issue or you’ve been accused of providing defective work, construction lawyers are necessary when you work... Read more

Using Dropbox, G-Drive, or Box to Track Preliminary Notices | Pros & Cons

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On large construction projects or even medium-sized ones, the amount of paperwork that is exchanged is staggering. Keeping track of important documents, like preliminary notices, is vital to the construction... Read more

Top 5 Mechanics Lien Filing Services in the United States – Reviews & Ratings

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The construction payment process is complicated, and you’ve done everything right, but you aren’t getting paid. You are considering filing a mechanic’s lien in order to collect the money that... Read more

4 Common Texas Mechanics Lien & Notice Mistakes You Can’t Afford To Make

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If you’re tasked with collecting payment for construction work, you need to be taking advantage of mechanics liens. And you don’t want to fall into dumb traps and make common... Read more

Recent Liens On Balfour Beatty Highlight Poor Payment Behavior & Risks?

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Balfour Beatty is one of the world’s largest general contractors and works with tens of thousands of subcontractors across the globe. In an industry with extreme cash flow challenges and... Read more

How to File a Mechanics Lien – Step by Step Guide For Any State

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A step-by-step guide on how to file a mechanics lien for any state in the United States. Outlines the process of filing a construction lien, including rules and requirements. Resources,... Read more

Florida’s Notice to Owner – How To Prepare & Send Your NTO

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An overview of Florida’s Notice to Owner requirement which is essential info for the FL construction industry. Link to a free Notice to Owner (NTO) template and guide. Read more

What Is a Notice of Commencement? Your Guide with Form Downloads

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Typically, the filing of a notice of commencement by the property owner or other top-of-chain party affects preliminary notice and mechanics lien requirements and deadlines for subcontractors, material suppliers, and... Read more

Florida Notice of Commencement Checklist & Lien Risk Guide For Owners

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If you’re a property owner or property developer about to embark on a construction project in Florida, you’re likely full of questions about the process of obtaining a building permit,... Read more

The 5 Best Lien Waiver Tools: Reviews & Guide

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Accountants, office managers, or other administrative professionals in the construction & building supply industry are often tasked with managing lien waivers for their company. “Managing lien waivers” can mean a... Read more

Your Complete Guide to Construction Notices (with FAQs and Forms)

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During the course of a construction project, there are many moments when a “notice” will be required, sent, filed, received, or requested. Sometimes required by law, other times by contract,... Read more

The 10 Best Nationwide Preliminary Notice Services: Reviews & Guide

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Who are the best preliminary notice services out there for contractors and suppliers? Accountants, office managers, or other administrative professionals in the construction & building supply industry are often tasked... Read more

How To Handle Requesting & Tracking Lien Waivers

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Requesting, tracking, collecting, and chasing lien waivers is a pain in a neck, and it’s a pain for everyone in the construction payment chain. Construction lenders, property developers, general contractors, and... Read more

Someone Just Called Asking About My Preliminary Notice – What Should I Say?

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So, maybe you’re a subcontractor or a material supplier and you’ve just gotten your notice policy up and running. You start sending out notices on all your new jobs, and... Read more

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