Sometimes, ya just gotta tell them the donkey is alive! (Tue Tip)

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Recently, I saw a very amusing sign while visiting the farm animal section of the Museum of Life and Science in Durham on an extremely, blisteringly hot summer day. The sign said:

In case you can’t see the sign clearly, it reads:

Sometimes our donkey likes to lay [sic] flat out in the sun.

Don’t be alarmed. . . HE IS STILL ALIVE! (-:

I was very amused that the museum needed a sign proclaiming the non-deathness of its donkey. However, the sign also struck me as a good tip for all of us involved in the construction business. Sometimes, you just have to state the obvious. You may think that it is glaringly obvious that, for example, an extended construction duration will increase the scope of your contract administration fees accordingly. You might be wrong.

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