Does Your Contract Help You Control Dispute Resolution Costs? 

In the world of construction projects, disputes happen.  Yet, given that reality, why do so many project contracts, subcontracts and purchase orders fail to include terms to better control the costs of dispute resolution procedures?  In this short article, we will share with you a few of our ideas for controlling dispute resolution costs, whether you are a project owner, contractor, trade contractor or supplier. . . keep reading

What to Look for in Your Scheduling Specifications

As the plans for a new construction project start to solidify, much attention is paid to the development and maintenance of a CPM schedule. Unfortunately, the contractual obligations detailed in the specifications are sometimes overlooked in the rush to finalize a plan and move forward with the execution of the project in earnest. For any project, identification of the relevant contract sections or clauses pertaining to CPM scheduling is a key first step on the road to a usable project planning tool. Some of the details to keep an eye out for in a schedule specification are . . . keep reading