6 tips for administering the change order process
Register now for this 90-minute audio session in which our expert speakers Scott Lowe and William Milliken will explain how to handle—and price—contract changes competently. Find out how to follow contractual change procedures and to provide the requisite supporting documentation to price and process a change.
Changes are inevitable on construction contracts. But disputes don’t have to be. You can avoid claims if you understand the causes, the relevant contract provisions, how to measure the impact of a change, how to price a change, and how to administer the change order process. Contractors will discover what they must include to be made whole; project owners will learn what they should and shouldn’t pay.
This program will teach you how to:
- Define a construction change
- Price a change, including direct labor, material, equipment costs, and mark-ups
- Calculate direct costs
- Calculate delay costs, acceleration costs, and inefficiency costs
This presentation is a must for engineers, architects, contractors, public or private owners, subcontractors, construction managers, owner’s representatives—or anyone providing project management services. The attorneys who represent these parties in disputes will also benefit.
After attending this audio event, you will be better equipped to succeed in your next change order negotiation. Your expert presenters will review sample contract language regarding the processing of a change and legitimate change costs. Plus, they will critique real-world examples of project change orders and negotiations.