Monthly Archives: November 2009

Reviewing the Contractor’s Application for Payment

On most public construction projects, the Architect reviews the Contractor’s monthly Applications for Payment (a.k.a. “Requisitions”) and certifies the amount to be paid to the Contractor for that month. If the Application is made on AIA Document G702, the front

Posted in Construction Administration, Project Management

Manage Design Costs with Early Project Overtime

One of Mike’s PM tips for managing design costs on a project: “If you know you are going to have to work overtime on a project,” he said, “do it in the beginning. It costs less to do overtime when

Posted in Project Administration, Project Management


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