Architects and engineers are essential members of nearly every construction project. There are very few projects where you wont need … Continue reading Architect’s versus Engineer’s: Who leads the project?
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The couple stood their in front of their home with their roof exposed and a pile of old roof tiles on the front lawn…Basically, there is no choice but to accept the change order and move on. Continue reading How to avoid change orders on roof replacement.
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