Constructive negotiation

Construction projects often are confronted with growing costs and schedule delays. In order to deal with these various problems, the contractor and owner must agree on what they are responsible for throughout the project life cycle. The article details the importance of assigning responsibilities to allow the contractor sufficient contingency to deal with unforeseen risks while adhering to the owner's priorities.
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