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Is your construction project built on a solid foundation?

A successful construction project starts with your contract. Download our guide to construction contracts.

12 Key Contract Provisions

While the length and terms of construction contracts may vary, parties should consider these 12 key provisions — the most important of which is the scope of work.

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This guide is authored by the construction attorneys at the law firm of Bell, Davis & Pitt. Our highly experienced construction attorneys include one with 30+ years of experience and another recognized as the  2020 NC Legal Elite category winner for construction.

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Our clients include general contractors, building owners, developers, subcontractors, financial institutions and design professionals. 

12 Key Provisions for Construction Contracts

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Learn about what key provisions should be considered for most all construction contracts.

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Whether you're a building owner, general contractor or engineer, make sure your interests are protected before embarking on a new project.

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