Arm yourself with all current tools and techniques for resolving construction claims in a timely mannerÑand ensuring your profit margin. Filled with case studies and examples of damage calculations, this book gives you clear guidelines for the proper documentation of a dispute ... and explains how to decide on the best course of action to settle each claim. You'll learn to apply step-by-step methods and checklists to resolve both large and small claims ... and to minimize disputes and potential claims through good recordkeeping and contract administration.
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The Contractor's Construction Claims Manual is perfectly suited to the needs of the small or mid-sized firm that doesn't have a legal expert on its staff. This practical manual provides contractors and architects with everything they need to know about preparing a claim or defending against one, including: proper documentation of a dispute; record-keeping and contract administration; a thorough overview of construction law and contracts; technical details of preparing claims. The author provides many helpful checklists and outlines clear steps to take to solve particular problems.From the Back Cover:
Learn to PREPARE and NEGOTIATE all types of construction claims -- without damaging ongoing business relationships
Protect your bottom line.
Don't let unresolved claims siphon off your profits or jeopardize your company's survival. This practical manual will arm you with the latest tools and techniques for avoiding and resolving construction disputes.
How to Get Paid for Construction Changes shows you how to understand contracts and contract law...keep good records...obtain and organize documents...analyze both large and small claims...analyze schedule delays or acceleration...compute damages...prepare effective exhibits...present a claim...and negotiate a favorable settlement.
Supported by case studies and examples of damage calculations, this reference integrates people skills with analytical processes and is uniquely suited for use in partnering relationships. It allows construction engineers, superintendents, estimators, and project managers to prepare change order requests and claims as successfully as most claim consultants.
With Steve Pinnell's How to Get Paid for Construction Changes you'll be able to:
FOLLOW CLEAR GUIDELINES for proper documentation of a disagreement or dispute
DECIDE ON THE BEST COURSE of dispute resolution to settle each specific claim
APPLY STEP-BY-STEP METHODS and checklists to successfully prepare and negotiate even the most complex claim
MINIMIZE DISPUTES AND POTENTIAL CLAIMS through efficient recordkeeping, contract administration, and partnering
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