80% of Owners surveyed expect future projects to have change orders resulting from design mistakes
Every year the American Institute of Architects hosts a 3 day conference, This year the AIA conference was held in Las Vegas.
Since the fall of Carillion, the construction industry has been actively seeking a change.
An Owner can be responsible for causing a delay and later collect liquidated damages against the contractor.
Once you have a short list of candidates based on qualifications, (and ONLY then) you can consider price.
There are a number of organizations around the world that also offer standard construction forms.
Create a pool of suppliers that cover the broad spectrum of services.
Rip and Tear clauses establish the Architect’s liability to pay for costs that the Owner may incur.
This is not a case anyone would want to emulate. This is a case to be regarded as the perfect storm of what NOT to do in construction.
Change Orders – How to Plan, Mitigate, and Minimize the impact of Changes on Your Construction Projects.
The standard verbiage from the AIA is so vague and open to interpretation that it hurts both parties.
Case study demonstrating how pricing models solve procurement problems.