The “as-built” schedule is a common tool in support of a contractor’s claim for compensable delay. When compared to an as-planned schedule, the as-built purports to show the impact of the other party’s decisions or shortcomings on critical path construction activities. If properly prepared, this can be compelling evidence.
While designing a building, the professional has myriad questions to consider:
- Is it a good idea to install a roof garden or to add additional insulation to boost the exterior wall's insulation R-factor?
- Does a building in Florida have the same green goals as a similar building in the Pacific Northwest?
- Who or what is the most knowledgeable green information source to help us facilitate our green goals decisions?