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Staying on a Budget with the Commercial Construction Project Keeping that commercial construction project on a budget would require determination, creativity and vigilance as well as diplomacy. This would begin at the moment that the project is conceived and continue throughout the entire period of construction. There are various reasons why the commercial construction project is going to go beyond the budget. Some issues simply may not be assessed enough or budgeted such like the delays and the material losses that were caused by the natural disaster. However, so many causes would relate to poor planning and also weaknesses in the budgeting process. The cost overruns on the construction project happen even with the most careful planning and also the control efforts. Some of the common causes for those overruns would include poor estimating methods, lack of the well-defined scope of the project, unanticipated technical issues, escalating prices of materials and many more.
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You have to make sure that you have that complete design document. A project owner can provide the architect’s plan as well as specifications to the contractor knowing that each detail has been known. The agreement of the owner-architect would usually require the architect to show those plans and specs of the general design. Complete details may not be involved. The lack of a complete design information would place the contractor in the position of demanding more cash for work which had not been defined clearly in the specs and plans. Because of this, multiple change orders and also budget overruns can happen.
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It is necessary that the owner-architect agreement must specify that the architects offer 100% complete specs, drawings and other important documents that are prepared by the engineers and those who are involved in the project. Also, it is necessary that you review the documents properly before you make a bid. The contractor can check out for additional compensation for the work required which the contractor would say are not shown on the specifications and plans. The project owner’s contract language should include that all of the contractors who want to submit bids must affirm that they have already checked their plans and the specifications and know the scope and the intent of the project. The price should cover all of the required work to fulfill the express design intent. The project owner can face several pressures from the shareholders, investors and board members to accept such lowest bid. But the lowest bidder is not always the best. You should know that underbidding may be costly and risky. You have to make sure that you work with contractors that you can trust. The contractor which has a track record of success in-budget and the on-time builds is more likely to order to show the similar results of the project.