Making Changes & Resolving Disputes During the Construction Project

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Change happens. And, like death and taxes, changes on a construction project are pretty much inevitable. Because of the unique nature of the construction “product,” the need for flexibility on the part of owners, and the need for assurance as to compensation for the contractor, the contract “change” clause was created. The “change” clause is unique to the construction contract. This article discusses utilizing the change order provisions during construction projects to reflect owner directives, constructive or ordered changes, site conditions, disruptions, project delays, and acceleration demands.

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Ragsdale Liggett PLLC

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