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5 Percent

On private projects valued at $3M or more, no more than 5% retainage may be withheld.


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30 Days

Once the project has reached substantial completion the prime may submit an invoice for retainage, which must be paid within 30 days of receipt of the invoice.


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PROCESS
There's No Process to Recover

N/A


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Not Held In Escrow

In Massachusetts, contractors and owners do not need to hold retainage funds in a separate escrow account.

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5 Percent

Retainage cannot exceed 5%. The public entity may hold 1% retainage after substantial completion pending final completion of entire work.


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65 Day Pay Period

Release (minus the estimated cost to complete or correct unfinished/ unsatisfactory work) is required within 65 days of substantial completion.


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There is a Process to Recover

Yes, a certificate from the architect that work is complete is required.


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Not Held In Escrow

In Massachusetts, contractors and owners do not need to hold retainage funds in a separate escrow account.

Retainage, also called “retention,” is an amount of money “held back” from a contractor or subcontractor during the course of a construction project. In general, retainage serves two main purposes:

  • To provide an incentive to the contractor or subcontractor to complete the project; &
  • To give the owner some protection against problems like liens, contractual defaults, delays, and more.

In most states, laws exist to regulate how the parties use the retainage concept, mostly protecting some parties against abuse of the tool from others. The following are resources, legal information, and answers to frequently asked questions about Massachusetts’ retainage requirements.

Massachusetts’ retainage limits and deadlines

On private projects valued at $3M or more, the amount of retainage that can be withheld is not more than 5% of each progress payment. The only exception is projects involving residential dwelling units of 4 or fewer. Upon substantial completion of the project, the prime may submit an invoice for retainage, which must be paid within 30 days of receipt of the invoice. The same 30-day invoice to payment period applies to retainage for subcontractors and suppliers as well.

As far as public projects in Massachusetts are concerned, if the project is awarded by the commonwealth and valued at over $5K, or public works contract awarded by any other governmental entity within the state valued at $2K or more; the amount of retainage that may be withheld is also capped at 5% of each progress payment. The public entity must release retainage to the prime contractor within 65 days of full/substantial completion of the project, or occupancy of the improvement by the public entity; whichever is earlier. Retainage payments to subs and suppliers must be made within 30 days of submission of an invoice for retainage, but may be extended an additional 7 days.

Massachusetts Retainage Frequently Asked Questions

Massachusetts Retainage Private Projects FAQs

What types of private projects are governed by Massachusetts’ retainage laws?

The Massachusetts retainage laws apply to all private construction projects where the original contract price is at least $3M or more. However, these laws do not apply to projects containing or designed to contain at least 1, but no more than 4 dwelling units.

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Does Massachusetts limit the amount of retainage that can be withheld?

Yes, on applicable private projects in Massachusetts, the amount of retainage that may be withheld is capped at no more than 5% of each progress payment.

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How long can a party withhold retainage in Massachusetts?

Within 14 days of substantial completion, the prime contractor must submit a Notice of Substantial Completion. The notice needs to be either accepted or rejected by the owner within 14 days of receipt. Failure to do so will deem the notice as accepted.

Upon acceptance, the prime can submit an invoice for retainage within 60 days. Once received, the owner must release retainage within 30 days. The same 30-day period applies to retainage invoices of any subs and suppliers as well.

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Does Massachusetts require retained funds to be deposited in a special account? Can securities be substituted?

There are no specific provisions requiring retainage funds to be deposited in an escrow account. Nor is there any provision allowing for the substitution of securities in lieu of retainage being withheld, such as a retention bond. Therefore, these will be governed by the terms of the contract between the parties.

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Is there a specific notice required to recover retainage in Massachusetts?

Massachusetts state law does not provide any special notice for the recovery of retainage on private projects within the state, sending a prompt payment demand letter and a Notice of Intent to Lien is a good place to start. However, other recovery methods which may be used to recover retainage may have their own notice requirements.

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How can I make a claim to recover retainage in Massachusetts?

No method has been specified for the recovery of retainage in Massachusetts. Presumably, other collection tools – like filing a mechanics lien claim, claims under the Massachusetts Prompt Payment Act, or pursuing contract claims – are available to recover retainage payments.

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Massachusetts Retainage Public Projects FAQs

What types of public projects are governed by Massachusetts’ retainage laws?

The Massachusetts public retainage laws apply to every contract for the construction, reconstruction, alteration, remodeling, repair, or demolition of any public building:

• Over $5K if awarded by the commonwealth, or

• Over $2K if awarded by any county, city, town, board, commission, or other public entity.

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Does Massachusetts limit the amount of retainage that can be withheld?

Yes, on covered public works projects in Massachusetts, the amount of retainage that can be withheld is capped at no more than 5% of each progress payment.

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How long can a party withhold retainage in Massachusetts?

The public entity must release retainage to the prime contractor within 65 days of the earlier of:

• the contractor’s full completion or substantial completion of the work remaining to be done so that less than 1% of the original contract price remains; or

• the entity takes possession for occupancy of the substantially completed building.

Note: a certificate from the architect that the contractor has fully or substantially completed the work is conclusive to trigger the payment deadline.

Subcontractors must be paid retainage within 30 days of submission of an invoice for retainage, but may be extended an additional 7 days.

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Does Massachusetts require retained funds to be deposited in a special account? Can securities be substituted?

There are no specific provisions requiring retainage funds to be deposited in an escrow account. Nor is there any provision allowing for the substitution of securities in lieu of retainage being withheld, such as a retention bond. Therefore, these will be governed by the terms of the contract between the parties.

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Is there a specific notice required to recover retainage in Massachusetts?

There are no specific notices required in order to recover retainage withheld on Massachusetts public works projects. Sending a prompt payment demand letter and a Notice of Intent to Make a Bond Claim is a good place to start.

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How can I make a claim to recover retainage in Massachusetts?

The Massachusetts retainage statute for public projects doesn’t specify how a claim for retainage can be brought. However, retainage can be included in a public bond claim, as well as a claim under Massachusetts’ Prompt Payment Act, or claims under the contract.

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Massachusetts Retainage Statutes

Getting informed about prompt payment laws is important. An examination of Massachusetts’ retainage laws, the rules, and regulations related to the amount and timing of allowable retained payments are important to know your rights and responsibilities as a party on a construction project. Massachusetts’ specific laws regarding private projects can be found under Mass. Gen. Laws c. 149 §29F and public works projects can be found under MGL c. 30 §39K; which are reproduced below. Updated as of 2021.

Retainage Statute on Private Projects

149 § 29F. Payment of retainage in private construction projects

(a) As used in this section, the following words shall, unless the context clearly requires otherwise, have the following meanings:—

”Claim”, an allegation that a person seeking payment of retainage breached the person’s contract for construction for the project; provided, however, that a ”claim” shall be subject to the applicable dispute resolution procedure, notice and other requirements in the contract for construction.

”Contract for construction”, a contract for which a lien may be established under sections 2 or 4 of chapter 254 on a project for which the person whose contract with the project owner has an original contract price of not less than $3,000,000; provided, however, that ”contract for construction” shall not include a project containing or designed to contain at least 1 but not more than 4 dwelling units.

”Deliverable”, a project close-out document that shall be submitted by the person seeking payment of retainage under the person’s contract for construction; provided, however, that a lien waiver or release, which is a deliverable, shall comply with chapter 254; and provided further, that ”deliverable” shall not include any document affirming, certifying or confirming completion or correction of labor, materials or other items furnished or incomplete or defective work.

”Incomplete or defective work”, labor, materials or any other item required for full performance by a person seeking payment of retainage which remains to be furnished by the person under the person’s contract for construction or which has been furnished by the person but requires correction, repair, further completion, revision or replacement; provided, however, that ”incomplete or defective work” shall not include deliverables or labor, materials or any other item to be repaired or replaced after substantial or final completion pursuant to a warranty, guarantee or other contractual obligation to correct defective work after substantial or final completion.

”Person”, any natural person, joint venture, partnership, corporation or other business or legal entity who enters into a contract for construction.

”Prime contractor”, a person who enters into a contract for construction with the project owner.

”Retainage”, a portion or percentage of a payment due pursuant to a contract for construction that is withheld to ensure full performance of the contract for construction.

”Substantial completion”, the stage in the progress of the project when the work required by the contract for construction with the project owner is sufficiently complete in accordance with the contract for construction so that the project owner may occupy or utilize the work for its intended use; provided further, that ”substantial completion” may apply to the entire project or a phase of the entire project if the contract for construction with the project owner expressly permits substantial completion to apply to defined phases of the project.

(b) No contract for construction shall include retainage that exceeds 5 per cent of any progress payment.

(c) Not later than 14 days after reaching substantial completion, the prime contractor shall submit to the project owner a notice of substantial completion, substantially in the form provided in this subsection, stating the date on which the project was substantially complete.

FORM FOR NOTICE OF SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION

NOTICE OF SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION

Under M.G.L. c. 149, § 29F

For [project name]

To [project owner]:

The undersigned hereby gives notice that the project was substantially complete, as defined under M.G.L. c. 149, § 29F, on [date of substantial completion]. This notice is certified as made in good faith on [date of notice].

By___

[prime contractor]

Accepted:

By___

[project owner]

Dated: ___

(d) The project owner shall accept or reject the notice of substantial completion within 14 days of receipt of the notice. The project owner shall indicate its acceptance by signing the notice in the space provided and shall deliver the notice to the prime contractor within the same 14–day period. If the project owner fails to deliver the notice to the prime contractor within the 14–day period, the notice shall be deemed accepted. If the project owner rejects the notice of substantial completion, the project owner shall, within 14 days of receipt of the notice described in subsection (c), notify the prime contractor in writing of the rejection and include in the rejection the factual and contractual basis for the rejection and a certification that the rejection is made in good faith. A rejection of the notice shall be subject to the dispute resolution provisions of the contract for construction, which, notwithstanding any provision in the contract to the contrary, shall be commenced by the prime contractor within 7 days of receipt of the rejection of the project owner. The prime contractor and project owner shall prosecute the dispute resolution procedures diligently, expeditiously and in good faith. A notice of substantial completion not rejected by the project owner within 14 days of receipt of the notice and in accordance with this subsection shall be deemed accepted by the project owner. Upon an express or deemed acceptance of a notice of substantial completion, the date of substantial completion shall be the date stated in the prime contractor’s notice for all purposes and the acceptance shall be final and binding on the project owner and its successors and assignees.

(e) Not later than 14 days after the express or deemed acceptance of the notice of substantial completion or, in the case of a dispute, final and binding resolution of the dispute, the project owner shall submit to the prime contractor a written list describing all incomplete or defective work items and deliverables required of the prime contractor under the prime contractor’s contract for construction. The list shall be certified by the project owner as made in good faith. Not later than 21 days after the express or deemed acceptance of the notice of substantial completion or, in the case of a dispute, final and binding resolution of the dispute, the prime contractor shall submit to each person from whom the prime contractor is withholding retainage a written list describing all incomplete or defective work items and deliverables required by the person under the person’s contract for construction, which list may include items beyond those on the project owner’s list. The list shall be certified by the prime contractor as made in good faith.

(f) The project owner and prime contractor shall fulfill their obligations pursuant to subsections (c), (d) and (e) in good faith and in a timely manner. Except where the contract for construction shall provide for an earlier submission, following the expiration of 60 days after substantial completion or, in the case of a dispute under subsection (d), final and binding resolution of the dispute, a person may submit a written application for payment of retainage in the form required by the person’s contract for construction. An application for payment of retainage shall be accompanied by a written list identifying the incomplete or defective work items and deliverables on its received list that the person has completed, repaired and delivered. The list shall be certified by the person submitting the application for payment of retainage as made in good faith.

Subject to subsection (g), an application for payment of retainage shall be paid not later than 30 days following submission of the application; provided, however, that the time period for payment of an application for retainage by the person at each tier of contract below the owner of the project may be extended by 7 days longer than the time period applicable to the person at the tier of contract above the person.

(g) Not more than the following amounts may be withheld from the payment of retainage: (i) for incomplete, incorrect or missing deliverables, either (A) the value of the deliverables as mutually agreed upon in writing by the parties to the contract for construction of the person seeking payment of retainage pursuant to the contract or (B) if no value has been agreed upon in writing by the parties, the reasonable value of the deliverables which shall not exceed 2.5 per cent of the total adjusted contract price of the person seeking payment of retainage; (ii) 150 per cent of the reasonable cost to complete or correct incomplete or defective work items; and (iii) the reasonable value of claims and any costs, expenses and attorneys’ fees incurred as a result of the claims if permitted in the contract for construction of the person seeking the payment of retainage. No amount shall be withheld from the payment of retainage unless the person seeking payment has received, before the date that the payment is due, a description, in writing, of the incomplete or defective work items and incomplete, incorrect or missing deliverables, the factual and contractual basis for the claims and the value attributable to each incomplete or defective work item, deliverable and claim. The writing shall be certified as made in good faith. A person may submit additional applications for payment of retainage in the form required by the person’s contract for construction following completion or correction of incomplete or defective work items, the furnishing of deliverables or the resolution of claims. The additional applications shall be paid, and amounts may be withheld from payment, in accordance with subsection (f) and this subsection.

(h) Retainage held by the project owner on account of the prime contractor’s self-performed labor, materials and equipment shall be eligible for payment to the same extent as if the labor, materials and equipment had been provided by a person under a contract for construction with the prime contractor.

(i) If the prime contractor has not been declared in default under the requirements of the contract for construction with the project owner and subject to this section, the project owner shall not withhold any part of the retainage of a person under a contract for construction with the prime contractor or the prime contractor’s proportional retainage calculated thereon for a claim that the project owner asserts against the prime contractor that is not based on the performance of the person or a default of the person’s contract for construction.

(j) A contract for construction may establish the date of the month for submission of an application for payment of retainage; provided, however, that the contract may not restrict the submission to less frequently than 1 application per calendar month. An application submitted prior to the date established in the contract for construction shall be deemed submitted as of the date established in the contract. A rejection of an application for payment of retainage and a dispute regarding incomplete or defective work items, deliverables or claims shall be subject to the applicable dispute resolution procedure. A provision in a contract for construction that requires a person to delay commencement of the applicable dispute resolution procedure for more than 30 days after either the rejection of an application for payment of retainage or written notice of the dispute is provided, whichever first occurs, shall be void and unenforceable. The payment of retainage shall be subject to subsection (e) of section 29E.

(k) A communication required by this section to be in writing may be submitted in electronic form and by electronic means.

(l) A provision in a contract for construction which purports to waive, limit or subvert this section or redefine or expand the conditions for achievement of substantial completion for payment of retainage shall be void and unenforceable.

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Retainage Statute on Public Projects

30 §39K. Public building construction contracts; payments

Every contract for the construction, reconstruction, alteration, remodeling, repair or demolition of any public building by the commonwealth, or by any county, city, town, district, board, commission or other public body, when the amount is more than five thousand dollars in the case of the commonwealth and more than two thousand dollars in the case of any county, city, town, district, board, commission or other public body, shall contain the following paragraph:— Within fifteen days (30 days in the case of the commonwealth, including local housing authorities) after receipt from the contractor, at the place designated by the awarding authority if such a place is so designated, of a periodic estimate requesting payment of the amount due for the preceding month, the awarding authority will make a periodic payment to the contractor for the work performed during the preceding month and for the materials not incorporated in the work but delivered and suitably stored at the site (or at some location agreed upon in writing) to which the contractor has title or to which a subcontractor has title and has authorized the contractor to transfer title to the awarding authority, upon certification by the contractor that he is the lawful owner and that the materials are free from all encumbrances, but less (1) a retention based on its estimate of the fair value of its claims against the contractor and less (2) a retention for direct payments to subcontractors based on demands for same in accordance with the provisions of section thirty-nine F, and less (3) a retention not exceeding five per cent of the approved amount of the periodic payment. After the receipt of a periodic estimate requesting final payment and within sixty-five days after (a) the contractor fully completes the work or substantially completes the work so that the value of the work remaining to be done is, in the estimate of the awarding authority, less than one per cent of the original contract price, or (b) the contractor substantially completes the work and the awarding authority takes possession for occupancy, whichever occurs first, the awarding authority shall pay the contractor the entire balance due on the contract less (1) a retention based on its estimate of the fair value of its claims against the contractor and of the cost of completing the incomplete and unsatisfactory items of work and less (2) a retention for direct payments to subcontractors based on demands for same in accordance with the provisions of section thirty-nine F, or based on the record of payments by the contractor to the subcontractors under this contract if such record of payment indicates that the contractor has not paid subcontractors as provided in section thirty-nine F. If the awarding authority fails to make payment as herein provided, there shall be added to each such payment daily interest at the rate of three percentage points above the rediscount rate than charged by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston commencing on the first day after said payment is due and continuing until the payment is delivered or mailed to the contractor; provided, that no interest shall be due, in any event, on the amount due on a periodic estimate for final payment until fifteen days (twenty-four days in the case of the commonwealth) after receipt of such a periodic estimate from the contractor, at the place designated by the awarding authority if such a place is so designated. The contractor agrees to pay to each subcontractor a portion of any such interest paid in accordance with the amount due each subcontractor.

The awarding authority may make changes in any periodic estimate submitted by the contractor and the payment due on said periodic estimate shall be computed in accordance with the changes so made, but such changes or any requirement for a corrected periodic estimate shall not affect the due date for the periodic payment or the date for the commencement of interest charges on the amount of the periodic payment computed in accordance with the changes made, as provided herein; provided, that the awarding authority may, within seven days after receipt, return to the contractor for correction, any periodic estimate which is not in the required form or which contains computations not arithmetically correct and, in that event, the date of receipt of such periodic estimate shall be the date of receipt of the corrected periodic estimate in proper form and with arithmetically correct computations. The date of receipt of a periodic estimate received on a Saturday shall be the first working day thereafter. The provisions of section thirty-nine G shall not apply to any contract for the construction, reconstruction, alteration, remodeling, repair or demolition of any public building to which this section applies.

All periodic estimates shall be submitted to the awarding authority, or to its designee as set forth in writing to the contractor, and the date of receipt by the awarding authority or its designee shall be marked on the estimate. All periodic estimates shall contain a separate item for each filed subtrade and each sub-subtrade listed in sub-bid form as required by specifications and a column listing the amount paid to each subcontractor and sub-subcontractor as of the date the periodic estimate is filed. The person making payment for the awarding authority shall add the daily interest provided for herein to each payment for each day beyond the due date based on the date of receipt marked on the estimate.

A certificate of the architect to the effect that the contractor has fully or substantially completed the work shall, subject to the provisions of section thirty-nine J, be conclusive for the purposes of this section.

Notwithstanding the provisions of this section, at any time after the value of the work remaining to be done is, in the estimation of the awarding authority, less than 1 per cent of the adjusted contract price, or the awarding authority has determined that the contractor has substantially completed the work and the awarding authority has taken possession for occupancy, the awarding authority may send to the general contractor by certified mail, return receipt requested, a complete and final list of all incomplete and unsatisfactory work items, including, for each item on the list, a good faith estimate of the fair and reasonable cost of completing such item. The general contractor shall then complete all such work items within 30 days of receipt of such list or before the contract completion date, whichever is later. If the general contractor fails to complete all incomplete and unsatisfactory work items within 45 days after receipt of such items furnished by the awarding authority or before the contract completion date, whichever is later, subsequent to an additional 14 days’ written notice to the general contractor by certified mail, return receipt requested, the awarding authority may terminate the contract and complete the incomplete and unsatisfactory work items and charge the cost of same to the general contractor and such termination shall be without prejudice to any other rights or remedies the awarding authority may have under the contract. The awarding authority shall note any such termination in the evaluation form to be filed by the awarding authority pursuant to the provisions of section 44D of chapter 149.

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