What if the General Contractor Doesn’t Submit Proposed Changes Correctly?
How can you make the contractor adhere to the contract?
Unless there is a problem, the contract and schedule do not typically need to be reviewed. However, it is important that both sides of the project make sure they know what is in the contract, what the dates signify and how the schedule should run so everyone involved can keep track of where the project should be headed.
Expert in critical path method scheduling, construction claim preparation and evaluation, dispute resolution, development specification, contract administration, and cost analysis
Recognized as a national expert regarding specifications, and procurement and contracting methods for the construction industry, particularly in the areas of innovative delivery, procurement, and contracting methods
More than 30 years of experience in the engineering and construction industry
Served as a lecturer and presenter at national industry conferences and workshops on these topics
Has facilitated meetings and workshops to discuss and implement changes in contracting policies and procedures to manage risk and improve performance
Past chairman of the Construction Management Association of America’s time management committee which developed CMAA’s Standard of Practice and Procedures for Time Management
Co-wrote the books, Construction on Contaminated Sites and Construction Delays: Understanding Them Clearly, Analyzing Them Correctly
Registered professional engineer in more than 10 states