ELIMINATE CONSTRUCTION MISTAKES AND MINIMIZE YOUR EXPOSURE TO EXPENSE AND LITIGATION WITH DEFECT-FREE BUILDINGS Nothing packs a more costly punch and ruins a project faster than a construction defect dispute. And nothing stops a project dead in its tracks faster than conflicts between builders and owners. But with McGraw-Hill's Defect-Free Buildings, you can rid your projects of these debilitating conflicts and protect your business against the costs, delays, and litigation they create. Packed with easy-to-understand guidelines, protocols, and checklists, this indispensable volume helps you: Determine proper construction methods and costs during planning and bidding Avoid defects in the building stages and enhance quality control Obtain the proper insurance and satisfy underwriting requirements Reduce or eliminate the threat and cost of litigation KEEP THE PEACE To help you minimize cost and lost time when disputes become unavoidable, Defect-Free Buildings also delivers a wide range of powerful conflict-resolution techniques. You'll learn how to: Get the right contract in place Develop forms and documents that minimize or eliminate disputes and delays in payment Document construction conditions to avoid potential conflicts and owner claims Resolve conflicts effectively And more! Written by a construction attorney with more than 25 years' experience as an arbitrator and mediator, Defect-Free Buildings is the money-saving resource you'll want within reach on every construction job.A Construction Manual for Quality Control and Conflict Resolution Bob Mann, Robert Mann. work, separate contract language in the contracts between the general contractor and the subcontractors can be ... Third, whether the language is contained in the owner/contractor agreement or the contractor/subcontractor agreement, the contract provisions must be implemented if they are to be of any value.
|Title||:||Defect-Free Buildings (McGraw-Hill Construction Series)|
|Author||:||Bob Mann, Robert Mann|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2006-10-24|