Ending Construction


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Ending Construction
1010401Ending Construction
<emphasis role="bold">CONTRACT CLOSEOUT</emphasis> Contract closeout is that wonderful time in the life of a project when it is all over (or nearly all over), when the contractor and owner are ready to close out the contract and declare their project at an end. It is a time of some peril for the architect, since the owner is relying on the architect to advise him whether everything owed to him under the contract has been provided. The end goal of all construction projects is the completion of the construction so th…
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Greg Winkler: Construction Administration for Architects. Ending Construction, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2009), AccessEngineering Export