Construction contracts are unique agreements representing major capital expenditures. They often follow industry-established terms which can be challenging for many organizations whose professionals very infrequently function in a construction environment. Attorney Dan Brennan, founding partner of Laurie & Brennan, LLP, rejoins our series to break down the terms and conditions any good construction contract should contain. He provides an overview of terms that can be used which are explicit and protect the owner and contractor from misinterpretation and unintended consequences.
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