The Construction Contract Administration Knowledge Community (CCA) has been established to help our members better understand the issues, actions and resultant impact of the decisions required in this often neglected part of Project Delivery. It is our goal to provide clear answers to issues of concern to the Institute’s membership and share case studies and best practices. We further hope to provide guidance and direction in developing guidelines for new and evolving approaches to Project Delivery as well as guidance in the continuing education of our emerging young professionals.
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By Jane Cameron, AIA, LEED AP “How can I convince my client to include construction contract administration in my basic services? As a small residential and commercial practitioner, I’m often excluded from the construction phase.” The CCA Knowledge Community is frequently asked questions such as this. Unfortunately, there’s no one-size-fits-all answer, but there are strategies you can use to show a client the value of your expertise during this important phase. Your involvement during construction can minimize risks to yourself and your client, and ensure your client’s satisfaction with the finished project. (Download the PDF of this white paper to keep reading) #SmallFirmRoundTable #SmallProjectPractitioners #liability #WhitePapers #reducingrisk #cca #collaboration #ownerarchitectcontract #contractdocuments #ConstructionContractAdminstration