|Re: Contractor Problems||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: ann zabaldo (annzlibertyvillage.com)|
|Date: Thu, 11 Jun 1998 23:08:26 -0500|
John Abrams wrote: > Dear Denise - > > You said: > > >Our project manager and several of our development group members are > >advising that using a boilerplate contract and maintaining good lines of > >communication with the builder should be enough, > > After 25 years of designing and building, and hundreds of contracts > negotiated with clients, contractors, and subcontractors, I find that I > still don't know much about building, but I have learned a bit about human > nature. I think this is one of the most thoughtful and well reasonsed responses I've read on this list. As we will be hiring contractors (soon I hope!) I'm taking this to our Design team to bring to the attention of the group. I believe your written thoughts are in line w/ what their beliefs and this email will support them in their on-going efforts to make choices based on fairness and quality and not price alone. Thank you for this! _______________________ Best -- Ann Zabaldo Liberty Village Cohousing (:~ annz [at] libertyvillage.com
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