Regional Construction Newsletter Spring 2013: Choosing the Right Tool for the Job

May 21, 2013

Anyone who has ever been involved in a complex, multi-party construction project will know that conflict is virtually inevitable. Whether it is the cost of work performed under an owner-requested change order, the need for revised engineering to correct design deficiencies, or the insolvency of a major player in the midst of construction, disagreements can arise in an almost limitless number of circumstances and involve sums ranging from hundreds to millions of dollars. Left unaddressed, disputes can severely disrupt the project and quickly eat into the parties’ profits. A fair, efficient and effective process for resolving them is therefore vital.  Click here for more.

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