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Change Orders and Implied Obligations - Cyber Week Special: 2-Part Series with Free Subscription

Changes and disputes on construction projects are inevitable. Many are due to owner-directed changes or change conditions encountered on a project. Others are due to obligations created by contract clauses. These two exclusive recorded webinars, presented by construction attorney Stephen Hess, provide in-depth coverage of these subjects to help you tackle disputes that may arise. Have your whole team involved so they can anticipate possible issues and be prepared to properly recover extra costs and time where due. Owners, designers and the contract administration team can better prepare construction documents to avoid these situations, and when they do arise, will be more effective in resolving issues accordingly.

 

For Black Friday, Construction Claims Advisor is offering both of these two very popular programs, which regularly sell for $199 each, for the price of one AND providing a free 1-year subscription. This offer expires November 25, 2018; don't delay.

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How to Leverage ConsensusDocs Standard Contracts to Your Benefit and Keep Ahead of the Curve

This recorded webinar addresses how the recent ConsensusDocs updates reflect industry changes impacting payment, insurance, terminations, indemnification, mediation and arbitration and avoiding fiduciary duty. Industry experts highlight the most significant changes and strategize how you can leverage contract negotiations on specific provisions or in using the 2017 editions of ConsensusDocs standard documents. 

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Construction Contracts: Implied Obligations & Impermissible Clauses

As attentive as many professionals are to their written contracts, even a modestly sophisticated understanding requires attention to "implied" obligations and prohibitions. In this informative 90-minute recorded webinar, Stephen A. Hess of Sherman & Howard, LLC presents an overview of implied obligations and judicial and legislative prohibitions related to construction contracts.

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How to Win Defective Documents, Conflicts & Omissions and Ambiguities Every Time

This recorded webinar will provide effective project management techniques to prevent, minimize and/or win change orders and claims while developing the procedures and techniques required to properly identify, prepare, evaluate, negotiate and get paid for valid change orders and claims and not pay the invalid change orders and claims.

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Effective Construction Project Documentation

This webinar will cover the following types of project documents: pre-construction documentation, standard records (meeting minutes, logs, RFIs), testing and inspections, communications (emails, letters, schedules), how to document oral conversations, and tips for effective photographs and videos.

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Contract Interpretation: Insight to the Myriad of Causes of Conflict Arising from the Drawings & Specifications

Contract interpretation is one of the more interesting subjects in day-to-day project management. Every construction project is a unique design accompanied by a unique set of contract documents. Design is limited  --  or should we say “unlimited” --  only by the imagination of the designer. So it is natural that the development of the specifications and drawings comprising the contract documents will give rise to questions and conflicts.

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Documentation: Best Practices for Identification and Support of Claims

Listen to Robert Freas and Wesley Grover for this in-depth review of the various records and documents including examples of times & material reporting, daily reports, documentation logs, production and other reports that should be kept for both improved project performance and improved change order management and claims resolution.

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Shop Drawings: Risks & Obligations in the Preparation & Review Process

Shop drawings are an integral part of the construction process and present unique legal challenges. Design professionals are generally responsible for plans and specifications, while contractors are responsible for the means and methods they employ to construct a project. In this informative 90-minute program, Stephen A. Hess of Sherman & Howard LLC presents an overview of the rights and responsibilities of the parties with respect to the use of shop drawings.

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To Kill A Project: Contractor Strategies for Dealing with Defective Plans and Specs

This presentation discusses the role of parties to traditional design-bid-build projects and when obligations arise in the bid process due to faulty plans and specifications, who is at risk during construction, and theories and tips for recovery after construction. You will be more prepared to identify those situations where bad plans and specs might arise, and understand what the parties’ various options, rights and remedies might be.

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AIA vs. ConsensusDOCS: Understand Which Documents Are Right for Your Organization

This presentation discusses updates to AIA & ConsensusDocs forms, the ins and outs of the competing forms, and the biases that are found in each set. You will be more prepared to identify the key terms that may seem innocuous, but in reality, could have a significant impact on your rights and obligations should you enter one of these form contracts.

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Documentation, Proof and Support of Delays

This recorded webinar discusses the importance of sound contemporaneous project documentation and its role in the resolution of time extension requests and delay claims. The presentation also defines the different types of delay and present the analysis techniques that experts use to prove or disprove the existence of critical project delays.

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From Paper to Paperless: Controlling Construction Documentation, Improving Record Management and Identifying Risk in an Electronic Age

Learn best practices for documentation and record management in this 90-minute webinar. This interactive program will provide you with guidance to help you develop effective procedures for documenting your projects, including the transformation to the paperless project. You’ll get answers to your pressing questions about electronic evidence on a construction project, including the legal issues surrounding social media.

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Effective Construction Project Documentation

This webinar describes why good documentation is so important and why contemporaneous documentation created by stakeholders during the life of a construction project is even more important. The various ways that construction projects are documented and preserved for posterity during their duration are described, and suggestions for making this documentation more fact-focused and effective are offered. The program shows how effective communication and documentation can increase the likelihood of resolving issues in a timely manner and without resort to the claims or litigation process. Real-life examples of both effective and not-so-effective communications are presented.

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EJCDC 2013 New Construction Documents: An Overview

As the Engineers Joint Contract Documents Committee (EJCDC) finalizes the new 2013 editions of the EJCDC Construction Series (C-series) documents, there is no one more qualified to provide an overview of the substantive changes to the documents than Jim Brown, Chair of the EJCDC Construction Subcommittee. 

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Differing Site Conditions + The Roll of Soils: A 2-Part On-Demand Series

Levees that break, structures that subside, water intrusion, excavation that is impossibly difficult, projects that are delayed, increased construction costs … these can be the legacies of soilconditions which are not properly anticipated or handled. From the top of a mountain that slid into a dam being constructed to the neighbor's basement floor that is heaving after a rain, problems with the soil can be devastatingly expensive to all of the parties to a construction project. One study indicated that more than 40% of cost growth of Federal construction projects was due to differing site conditions and poor or untimely decisions related to them. And not just soils; a variety of represented conditions can trigger a differing site condtions claim.

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