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7 Apr, 2021

Work Changes and Considerations

2021-04-08T07:25:42-05:00April 7th, 2021|Change Orders, Construction Contractor Advisor, Construction Contracts|

Changes on construction projects are inevitable, especially with the reality of projects during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. Due to this inevitability, owners should consider including contingency in the budget to deal with change orders. Accounting for legitimate changes quickly and obtaining an agreement that the payment fully resolves the issue can limit larger disputes down the road. Unresolved change orders often result in disputes that end up with legal [...]

30 Sep, 2020

Change Order Best Practices—Document the Request

2020-09-26T11:29:24-05:00September 30th, 2020|Change Orders, Construction Contractor Advisor, Construction Contracts|

You know the situation, the project manager or superintendent just cornered you on the job site and told you that he needs some extra work.  But, what you do next may very well make the difference on whether you get paid for that extra work. Document the Conversation The first thing you should do is confirm the conversation in an e-mail to the project superintendent or whomever is your point [...]

26 Oct, 2011

Change Orders – Do They Really Need to Be In Writing?

2011-10-26T09:52:14-05:00October 26th, 2011|Change Orders, Construction Contracts, Construction Law, Contract|

Well, it depends. Client questions and case law abound with questions about change orders and whether they really need to be in writing. Although Nebraska courts have not dealt with the issue in a while, courts around the country have recently addressed this question and it always comes down to the specific facts involved. But, if your contract requires a change order in writing, you would be well advised to [...]

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