Law Offices of Frese, Whitehead & Anderson P.A.

Local: 321.473.3295

Toll free: 866.510.7362

We can tailor a solution to meet your needs. Find out how.

Potential construction project problems

There are a lot of facets to consider when you have a construction project in the works. From the planning phase through the completion of it, you will work with various individuals and make many decisions. It is imperative that each step is handled appropriately because one misstep can impact the remainder of the process.

Many issues might creep up during the process. For this reason, you should be completely involved in each step. While the people working on the project should be watchful about what's going on, it never hurts to have an extra set of eyes.

Blueprints and planning

There is much more to this phase of the project than making sure that everything looks good. This is a time when the people working on the blueprints should ensure that everything they are planning meets the applicable codes. Depending on the area, this can include anything from the height of the building to the distance between buildings. It is much easier to correct issues during this phase than it is to try to revamp them after seeking approval for the project or during the construction itself.

Changes to the project

Once the goals are set for a project, they are the focus. As the planning and execution move forward, these goals might shift. Changes to the scope of the project have to be handled carefully because they require a modification of the contract and terms. If you find out that there is a big change, work closely with the project manager and other individuals who are involved.

Errors during construction

Contractors can try to cut corners to pad their pockets. This means that you will have substandard work done on your project. This can come from using unqualified subcontractors or inferior materials. In both of these cases, there is a good chance that your structure will have issues that are not evident right away.

When there are problems with any facet of the construction project, you need to review the contract to find out what recourse is possible. Most reputable contractors will correct issues without any grief to you. However, unscrupulous ones will often battle with you over having to fix anything. If the latter happens, you can take legal action to get the matter handled and to try to recover the damages you have because of them.

No Comments

Leave a comment
Comment Information
AV LexisNexis Martindale Hubbell Peer review Rated for Ethical Standards and Legal Ability Super Lawyers The Florida Bar Board Certified Real Estate The Florida Bar Board Certified Taxi Law The Florida Bar Board Certified Wills, Trusts and Estates The Florida Bar Board Certified Civil Trial Florida Trend The Issues, People and Ideas that Define Florida Business