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Notice Of Damage By Separate Prime Was Insufficient Multiple Prime Contracts; Notice

Saturday, December 03, 2005 04:41 pm

 
Notice Of Damage By Separate Prime Was Insufficient Multiple Prime Contracts; Notice

A North Carolina court has ruled that on a multiple prime contract project, a contractor's claim for damage to its work by separate contractors was not submitted in a timely manner.

The State of North Carolina awarded four prime contracts on a renovation project at the Murdock Center in Butner. D. W. Ward Construction Co., Inc. was the general contractor. Each of the four prime contracts required the contractor to coordinate its work with the work of the other contractors and to avoid damage to their work. Another clause in each of the contracts [...]

 
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