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The Importance of Saying "No" Within a Construction Project

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Better recognize common risks during the construction lifecycle that may warrant a "no" and when saying "no" is appropriate.In the highly competitive construction industry, saying "no" can be difficult whether it be when considering a job to bid or contractor to hire, agreeing to an overly aggressive schedule or reduced budget, accepting changes in scope or closing out a project. This topic will explore why "yes" is often perceived as a preferred option and risks to be aware of that might warrant a "no" during the construction life cycle phases: bid, pre-construction, construction and close out. Examples of the benefits of saying "no" during each phase will be shared. This information will help you better understand some of the underlying reasons for saying "yes", the appropriateness of saying "no", being able to better recognize common risks during the construction life cycle that may warrant a "no" and actual examples of when saying "no" is appropriate.

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Barrett L. Richards, CCC, CEP, PSP, Greyhawk

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CLE1.5AZ, CA, CT, HI, ME, MT, NV, VT, WA
CLE1.8NJ, WV

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