Conflicts in Construction Specifications
The role of specifications from the legal standpoint
Mr. Richard Wong, Chair of Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP’s national construction and infrastructure practice group and Evan Barz, Student-at-Law, speak to the membership of Construction Specifications Canada at a luncheon presentation hosted by the Grand Valley Chapter on February 15th, 2017
Key talking points include:
- How much weight do specifications hold in terms of project documentation?
Do typos really matter?
- Are drawing notes an acceptable form of specifying requirements (i.e. replacing specifications)
- What happens if project requirements (i.e. specifications) are not properly reviewed prior to project commencement?
- Who is ultimately to blame for mistakes made in the contract documents?
Presentation slides are included in this video and it may be necessary to pause at each slide to read the content thoroughly
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