What is on the closeout list?
The project closeout, if it is being done properly, is actually beginning at the start of the construction period, not at some phase near the end. The reason for that is that the tracking documents that are involved to help closeout a project should be handled from the very beginning of the project. This video reviews the list of closeout items, final inspection and sign-off steps, project deliverables, punch list and key tracking logs; and discusses final progress payment and releases.
Robert G. Campbell
Cox, Castle & Nicholson LLP
- Partner in the Century City office of the California law firm Cox, Castle & Nicholson LLP
- Has practiced construction law for 41 years and has tried and arbitrated numerous construction disputes to judgments
- Clients are project owners, prime contractors, design professionals, construction managers, construction 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, disruption, productivity, mechanic’s lien and bond enforcement, disputed change orders, defective work, terminations, differing site conditions, licensing, and bid protests
- Recognized as a leading construction lawyer: Who’s Who Legal: Construction, 2017-2023; Southern California Super Lawyers, 2012-2023; and recommended attorney, real estate - construction, Legal 500 USA, 2017-2023
- J.D. degree, University of Southern California; B.A. degree, University of California, Los Angeles
- Can be contacted at [email protected] or 310-284-2259
- President of Primus Consultants and an experienced claim analyst and expert witness in the construction field
- 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, University of California, Irvine
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