Clients in Construction

Let's review my frustration. It costs a lot of time and energy to find a client. Then we spend money to estimate to become the 'low bidder' so you can get the opportunity to do your job & make a profit. Your job is not to let your ego and pride get in the way of our client and future work.

If you are having problems with a trade contractor with scope issues or differences, give the trade contractor a 'constructive directive' per our contract article which refers to AIA 2007 revision. If they refuse you should notify them in writing to work 'under protest' and file for arbitration. Otherwise, they will be held responsible for all related expenses and reduce their contract accordingly.


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