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Column on Contract Options for Differing Site Conditions Published in Construction Executive

Published: 29-Sep-2017

A differing site condition occurs when, unbeknownst to the owner and contractor at the time of the contract signing, the subsurface of a construction site contains a physical object or lacks a physical property assumed to be present. In a recent article, “Three Contract Options for Differing Site Conditions” published by Construction Executive, Dover Dixon Horne attorney Larry Watkins runs through three scenarios available to the parties: the owner bears all subsurface condition risks, the contractor bears all the risks, or the owner and contractor share the risks.


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