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Construction Contracts. Contract Law Summary Intention Certainty Completeness. Construction Contracts.
The book is very interesting and useful. IT describes the different types of construction contracts in a very good way.
Temporarily out of stock. The book is very interesting and useful. Thanks to the author.
This exploration of the basics of contracts as applied to the construction industry focuses 1) upon the different types of contracts and their fundamentals as they apply to, and affect, owners, contractors, designers, subcontractors, suppliers, et. 2) on the impact of information technology on contracts and contracting, and 3) on the effect of contracts on the management, administration, and the costs of construction. Published by Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1987.
com: Construction Contracts: Large octavo in brown boards and gilt titles on spine and cover; 320 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm. In English. Fine, like new copy; clean boards; pages are clean, crisp, bright and free of marks, creases, pen and highlights; edges are clean; binding is tight and square. Condition: Fine Hardcover.
Construction Management & General Contracting
Construction Management & General Contracting. With Time-Honored Values and Innovative Strategies. Since 1983, Collier Construction, has continued to establish itself as a leader in the construction industry. Collier Construction proudly supports Collaborative For High Performance Schools,CHPS, an organization committed to leading a national movement to improve student performance and the entire educational experience by building the best possible schools. Of course it can be easy to finish on time if you find ways to cut corners.
This exploration of the basics of contracts as applied to the construction industry focuses 1) upon the different types of contracts and their fundamentals as they apply to, and affect, owners, contractors, designers, subcontractors, suppliers, etc., 2) on the impact of information technology on contracts and contracting, and 3) on the effect of contracts on the management, administration, and the costs of construction work. Using the published standard forms of construction contracts as models and guides, it helps readers develop an understanding not only of the contract process in general, but also why one type of contract should be used rather than another in a given situation. The Nature of Contracts. Construction Contracts. Stipulated-Sum Contracts. Cost-Plus-Fee Contracts. Unit-Price Contracts. Contracts with Quantities. Subcontracts and Supply Contracts. Arrangements of Contracts for Construction. Design-Build Contracts. Documents for Contracts. Bidding for Contracts. Negotiating Construction Contracts. Administration of Contracts. Claims and Disputes. Changes in the Work of Contracts. Contract Time. Completion of Contracts and Payments. The Uncovering and Correction of Work in Contracts. For construction practitioners; and also for members of the legal profession who want to see construction contracts from the standpoint of those directly involved in construction and who want to better understand why and how a construction contract should be designed for a particular project.