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The Dotted Line: Taking Over Construction Mid-Project

Construction   |   October 27, 2020
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Carlton Fields construction attorney Michael Jay Rune II was quoted in a Construction Dive article about projects in which the general contractor or subcontractor must be replaced. Contractors must decide whether they are willing to assume the risk to step in mid-project, he said.

“Inherently, there's more risk, but you can also price that in as well,” Rune told the publication. “You may be getting a premium price to come in and take over someone else's work.”

READ: Construction Dive, “The Dotted Line: Taking over construction mid-project

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