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Construction Projects: Why the Terms Substantial and Final Completion Are Important

 

What do the terms substantial and final completion mean?

Completion is not a static event. Completion involves a process. Completion means different things in different contexts including final progress payment, release of retention, warranty and mechanics' liens. The concept of completion involves a continuum and there are stages of completion and the challenge is to understand the different stages of completion and their implications. This video reviews the importance of the meaning of completion in each stage of completion.

Runtime: 27 minutes
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Robert G. Campbell

Robert G. Campbell

Cox, Castle & Nicholson LLP

  • Partner in the California law firm of Cox, Castle & Nicholson LLP
  • Has practiced construction law for 34 years
  • Clients are project owners, EPC and other prime contractors, construction managers, lenders, subcontractors, and other project participants in disputes ranging broadly in size and sophistication on both public and private works
  • Among the claims categories he resolves are scope of work disputes, design professional liability, delay, acceleration, disruption, productivity, lien and bond enforcement, disputed change orders, defective work, terminations, differing site conditions, licensing, and bid protests
  • Has been recognized as a leading construction lawyer: Who's Who Legal: Construction, 2017-2020; Southern California Super Lawyers, 2012-2020; recommended attorney, real estate - construction, Legal 500 USA, 2017-2019
  • J.D. degree, USC; B.A. degree, UCLA
  • Can be contacted at 310-284-2259 or [email protected]
Bryan Forbes

Bryan Forbes

Primus Consultants

  • President of Primus Consultants and an experienced claim analyst and expert witness in the construction field
  • His industry experience includes heavy civil works construction projects, commercial projects and residential; this extensive hands-on field experience provides the foundation of his ability as a claim analyst and expert witness
  • Has testified more than 60 times as an expert witness on a variety of project types, including transportation, mass excavation, commercial structures, infrastructure and residential buildings
  • Participated in numerous negotiation sessions between owners and contractors, as well as between contractors and subcontractors
  • As a testimonial expert, he has developed exceptional presentation skills that allow for concise and clear delivery of opinions and findings in all venue types
  • B.S. degree in civil engineering, U.C. Irvine
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