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Interpretation and Requirements of Contract Specifications


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Live Interpretation and Requirements of Contract Specifications Webinar Attendance PLUS Download of the Recording and Handouts

10/31/17 at 1:00 PM EDT

$246.00

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Live Webinar Only (Includes Handouts)

10/31/17 at 1:00 PM EDT

$199.00

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Download of the Webinar Recording and Handouts ONLY - Pre-conference Price 

Available 24 hours after the webinar airs

Regular Price is 246.00

10/31/17

$215.00

ConstructionPro Network 6-Month Training Program

Includes the current webinar (live attendance & recordings) PLUS another 20 programs over the next six months including a 12-part Essential Course on Successful Management of Claims & Change Orders PLUS ConstructionPro Network Membership.

10/31/17 at 1:00 PM EDT

$595.00

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Live Interpretations and Requirements of Contract Specifications Webinar Attendance PLUS Download of the Webinar Recording and Handouts PLUS ConstructionPro Network Membership*

10/31/17 at 1:00 PM EDT

$395.00

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Insight to the Myriad of Causes of Conflict Arising from the Drawings & Specifications

It is frequently stated that a contract speaks for itself. Answers regarding contract interpretation should be found within the four corners of the contract. If a contract is ambiguous, it may be necessary to rely on extrinsic evidence. If not, rely on the express language of the contract.

Contract interpretation is one of the more interesting subjects in day-to-day project management. Every construction project is a unique design accompanied by a unique set of contract documents. Design is limited—or should we say “unlimited”—only by the imagination of the designer. So it is natural that the development of the specifications and drawings comprising the contract documents will give rise to questions and conflicts.

This webinar was very informative. .. it was full in content.

Anonymous Participant
Kalamazoo, Michigan

Great explanation of specifics vs. intent of the contract and how it is generally interpreted by a reasonable 3rd party.

Anonymous Participant
West Sacramento, California

Construction attorney Brian Bennett aptly dives into this fascinating topic, providing examples and methods developed over the years to help the contracting parties interpret contract documents and resolve disputed items.

This important session will:

  • Introduce you to the rules of contract interpretation
  • Examine defective specifications and their implications, including suitability of methods or material, possibility vs. practicality, cardinal changes and failure to disclose knowledge
  • Help you understand the duty to seek clarification and the “zone of reasonableness” in determining the confidence level of your interpretation of contract clauses and drawings
  • Review other duties and obligations of both the contractor and owner necessary to deal with discrepancies and the need for changes
  • And much, much more!

In order to avoid disputes, you want to first of all anticipate the areas of [potential] dispute so that you can try [to] write into the contract what you want done in case an issue of that nature arises,” says Roy Mitchell, Construction Claims Expert, noting that the advice applies not only to architects and engineers but also to contractors.

 Who Will Benefit?

This webinar is a must if you're a design professional, engineer, architect, owner, contractor, subcontractor or attorney.

Register today to learn do's and don'ts of interpreting drawings and specifications to steer your project to success!

This event features key insights from our knowledgeable construction experts:

Brian W. Bennett is a partner with the firm of Page, Eichenblatt & Bennett, P.A. in Orlando Florida. He is Florida Bar Board Certified in Construction Law and has represented various participants in the construction process, including owners, general contractors, design professionals, and major subcontractors. He had several years of practical experience in civil engineering and general construction prior to attending law school. Brian’s civil engineering experience includes the design of sanitary sewer, water distribution, and storm drainage systems for various residential and commercial developments.

In addition, a 10-15 minute period has been reserved at the end of the presentation for an interactive question-answer session so you can discuss specific issues or gain additional knowledge about topics discussed.

Gather your team for maximum benefit! Your investment is for one dial-in. There is no limit to the number of participants at your location. Don't miss out on the must-have information that will be presented — sign up below!

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