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The Significance of Proper Project Documentation

Carlton Fields construction and government contract attorneys Jim Carney, Daniel Felsen, and Wm. Cary Wright were quoted in a Construction Dive article titled, “The Significance of Property Project Documentation,” about capturing different types of documentation during a construction commitment.

It is important to maintain the initial contract, daily logs and reports, meeting minutes, technical documents, and notice records.

The three attorneys explain how each of these types of documents can make the difference in any potential disputes.

“Good, detailed contemporaneous documentation of a project,” Carney stated, “is a contractor’s best friend, whether to support an affirmative claim or to defend a claim.”​​​

Read the article.


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