By Bruce Jervis
Can a public contract clause bind a contractor even when the clause is not stated or referenced in the contract? The answer is yes, if the clause is considered mandatory. Lower-level employees cannot alter the procurement process by accidentally omitting important clauses. Read more.
This week's blog highlights from across the industry look at:
NIBS Releases BIM Guide for Building Owners
How to Become a Project Manager
ConstructionPro Network Featured at the Construction Marketing Ideas Blog
A new stadium is featured in an animation video that shows disassembly of the existing stadium and construction of the new facility to serve as the home of the French Open starting in 2020. Read more.
Modernisation de Roland-Garros by FFT