COVID-19 Notice of Project Impact & Delays – Template

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COVID-19 Notice of Project Impact & Delays – Template

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Especially during the coronavirus pandemic, being proactive is the best way to protect yourself on a construction project. If you are experiencing any delays, labor shortages, supply chain disruptions, or other impacts on your contract performance as a result of COVID-19, it may be time to send notice to the GC. Download this free, customizable template now.

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