Use a change order form to track schedule delays (left) as well as cost variations (right). And make sure to get it signed by all parties.
Use a change order form to track schedule delays (left) as well as cost variations (right). And make sure to get it signed by all parties.

Like any builder talking to a prospective customer, I get two questions more than any others: "How much will it cost? And when will it be done?"

These are important, valid concerns, but the answers depend on another question: How many change orders will there be? No other single item can do more damage to the budget and schedule than change orders.

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