Because a supplier used a proper change order format, they were able to revive their Oregon mechanics lien from the dead.
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When project changes cause a loss of productivity, disruption claims can restore the bottom line. Don't confuse them with delay claims, though.
Staying on schedule is vital for a successful project. When faced with extra work, the Time Impact Analysis can help adjust both expectations and timelines.
Changes occur on every construction site, but when changes would seriously alter the original plans, the cardinal change doctrine can provide some relief.
Change directives force contractors to accept changes that they aren't on board with. As a result, they can lead to poor relationships or even disputes.
Mistakes made while contracting which alter the very foundation of the agreement might not be set in stone. Sometimes, that might amount to a unilateral or even a mutual mistake,...
Whether done by deductive change order or partial termination, reducing the scope of work on a project can create some headaches.