Subcontractors should demand that a clear description of the work be in the contract to avoid issues during the project.
Scope of work sets forth the work to be done under the subcontract and all accompanying or incorporated documents, including specifications and drawings. A subcontractor should demand that a clear, concise description of the work be set forth in the subcontract, especially if the subcontract is prepared by the general contractor. This video reviews guidelines for what the scope of work should include and discusses why the scope of work should be identical in both the contractor’s and subcontractor’s bids.
- Director in the Gibbons P.C. Commercial & Criminal Litigation Department and Construction Team Leader
- Has successfully litigated matters before the state and federal courts of New Jersey and New York, as well as the American Arbitration Association, with a focus on construction matters
- Her experience in commercial litigation and construction litigation is unique in that she represents both plaintiffs and defendants
- Served as co-lead counsel in a three-year-long arbitration representing a major university in a claim involving extensive and complex design and construction defects, which resulted in a multimillion-dollar award in our client’s favor and the arbitrator striking down a limitation of liability clause
- Experience drafting and negotiating contracts, and regularly works with owners, contractors, subcontractors, and designers on contracts for projects involving academic centers, public schools, laboratory facilities, office buildings, energy facilities, public/private projects, and building additions of varying sizes
- On the American Arbitration Association Panel of Construction Arbitrators, a member of the Roster of Mediators, and the New Jersey Superior Court Roster of Mediators, where she has mediated a variety of civil matters
- Can be contacted at [email protected] or 973-596-4481
- Associate in the Gibbons P.C. Commercial & Criminal Litigation Department
- Has assisted in briefing and preparing presentation, slides and materials to a Dispute Resolution Board regarding complex construction delay claims and has experience in drafting arbitration submissions regarding type 1 and type 2 differing site conditions
- She has also assisted with drafting project-specific construction agreements
- Completed a judicial clerkship at the Supreme Court of New Jersey for the Honorable Anne M. Patterson
- Can be contacted at 973-596-4717 or [email protected]
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