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Specification Prevailed Over Drawing Note Plans And Specifications; Subcontractors

Saturday, January 03, 2004 11:49 am

 
Specification Prevailed Over Drawing Note Plans And Specifications; Subcontractors

A Massachusetts court has ruled that an architect properly determined that a specification calling for the audiovisual subcontractor to furnish loudspeaker backboxes prevailed over a drawing note indicating that the electrical subcontractor would install that equipment.

The City of Worcester awarded a contract to J. L. Marshall & Sons, Inc. for construction of a convention center. Marshall subcontracted the audiovisual system to Ostrow Electrical Co. and the electrical work to Coughlin Electric Co., Inc.

One provision of the audiovisual specifications call [...]

 
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