Change Orders

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Legal Advisor: Keeping Logbooks Can Stave Off Trouble

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Strictly Business: Job-Controls for Better Management

Managing better with job controls More

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Allowance Pricing That Works

Clients who overspend allowance prices can take a bite out of your profit. Accurate pricing and clear specs are the keys to this system for surviving allowance overruns. More

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Legal Column: Using Change Orders to Terminate a Contract

Terminating a contract with change orders More

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Office Basics for Field Carpenters

Let’s face it: Carpenters hate paperwork. But solid information from the field is essential to a company’s success. A veteran remodeler explains his system for teaching car-penters to take care of business on the job site. More

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Legal Column: Using Standardized Contract Forms

Standardized contracts More

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Foolproof Change Orders

This standard form and tracking system for change orders, created by a practicing contractor who is also an attorney, will ensure that you get paid for all extra work. More

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Controlling Costs With Allowances

In the rush to start construction, final product selections are often put off until after the work has begun. A design-builder explains how to eliminate guesswork when pricing unknowns by including allowance prices in your contracts. More

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Business Forum: A Change Order Policy That Works

Tracking change orders More

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Business Forum: Getting Paid For Changes

Use the right contract language for change orders to make sure you get paid More

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