Any major project is likely going to come with a contract. You should be able to count on each party in the project to comply with their responsibilities and duties in the project. When this doesn't happen, the project can come to a grinding halt.
We know that a stopped project or an inappropriately handled project can cost your business time and money. This isn't acceptable, and there isn't any reason why you should be left to cover the damages.
There are many factors that might come into the picture when you are trying to determine if there was a breach of contract. One of these is whether the issue was clearly outlined by the contract.
For example, if a construction project isn't being built to the specifications, you will likely be able to cite breach of contract. This wouldn't be the case if you gave the foreman carte blanche with the project, since the specifications wouldn't have been notated.
Once you determine that breach of contract did occur, you need to figure out what you are going to do. The steps that you take might be outlined by the contract. Oftentimes, contracts set clear penalties for failing to comply with the terms. Reviewing the contract can help you to learn about what you need to do and what is possible.
We realize that all of this might seem like a lot of work. We are here to help you from a legal standpoint so that you can find out what the law says about your case and move forward with your plan from there. We want to make sure that your rights and interests are protected.