Change Is Good

Shiner, Leslie; Hodgdon, Melanie
June 2013
Remodeling;Jun2013, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p42
The article discusses about changes in workplace. It informs that changes in construction projects are caused due to three reasons including design errors and omissions and changes in field condition. It further mentions ways of accepting changes including having change order policy written in the contract, watching field employee-customer relationship and creating an easy-to-use additional work authorization (AWA) form.


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