Change Orders: Part Two

Change Orders: Part Two

In my last blog, I provided an overview of change orders. These important forms document any modifications in the construction project’s original scope of work. Also, change orders fall into one of two main categories: Changes with a cost impact Changes with no cost...
Change Orders: Part One

Change Orders: Part One

Over the last several weeks, I’ve explained the importance of documenting any work that deviates from the initial plan in a construction project. Whether you’re filling out the waiver of lien or the contractor’s affidavit, you must notate these additions to the job as...
The Waiver of Lien

The Waiver of Lien

Don’t let the payout process turn into a wrestling match.   The Waiver of Lien: Definition and Drafting In my last blog, I explained why it is so crucial to have a Contractor’s Sworn Statement for every construction project. This document, which requires...