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The Project Awareness Letter is the first step towards fostering collaborative relationships with higher-tier parties. It’s a friendly letter that simply lets the Property Owner and General Contractor know you’re working on the job, and it helps to open the lines of communication from day 1 of a project. We recommend sending this letter right when you’re hired on the job. Note that this letter is not statutory and does not protect lien rights.

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