Change Orders: Common Pitfalls

Change Orders: Common Pitfalls

Construction projects rarely go according to plan; there are so many unpredictable factors that it’s impossible to create the perfect plan. There may be times when the owner wants to modify the project. This could change the scope of your work, the amount owed for the project, or the time needed to complete the project. This is where the change order comes into play. Let’s take a look at the basics of change orders in construction, and the common pitfalls contractors face.

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Safety Statutes Outside of Your Contract You Need to be Aware of

Safety Statutes Outside of Your Contract You Need to be Aware of

In our previous blogs, we have talked about how your responsibility and liability concerning an accident or injury can be based on the terms and clauses in your subcontract or prime contract. But, it’s important to note that your contract isn’t the only thing you need to be aware of. Sometimes your responsibilities or potential liability is governed by laws outside of your contract. In this blog, we’ll discuss safety statutes outside your contract that you need to be aware of.

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Building Worker Safety into Your Practices

Building Worker Safety into Your Practices

It is vital to your business to build worker safety into your contracts as well as your business’s best practices. Even if you believe your trade does not have any hazardous aspects, someone operating around you may have specific hazards you need to be aware of.

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