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Managing Construction Projects: Contract Issues - Affecting Project Administration One of the primary concerns of the construction contract should be defining the work that the contractor must perform.
Project Delivery Methods in Ohio There are three generally recognized project delivery methods—design/bid/build, design/bid/multi-prime and design/build.
Managing the Project During Construction The estimate provided by the contractor and accepted by the owner during the bid phase represents what the project will cost the owner.
Managing Construction Projects - Project Planning and Delivery Most references to construction delivery methods describe one of the following most popularly used forms of construction: "Design-Bid-Build," "Design-Build,"...
Construction Lien Law in Texas: Texas Mechanic’s Liens The mechanics' lien laws in Texas are complex. The applicable law is determined by whether the project on which the claim is made is a public project (State or...
Managing Construction Projects: Changes and Disputes Certainty of change is a constant in the construction process. Rarely does a construction project progress from start to finish without changes to the work.
Fundamentals of Construction Contracts in California A construction contract is the warranty that the executed job will receive the specific amount of compensation or how the compensation will be distributed.
Public Construction Contracts And Claims, Including Pay-To-Play Limitations In New Jersey Public construction contracts in New Jersey, whether they be contracts for public construction for municipalities and other...
Construction Lien Law in Washington: Liens on Federal Projects The Miller Act, 40 U.S.C. §§ 3131 – 3134, requires a prime contractor on a federal project exceeding a cost of $100,000 to post a payment bond and a...
Construction Lien Law in Washington: Liens on City/County/State Projects in Washington State Public property, whether federal or state, is not subject to any lien.
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