One the most litigated or disputed issues in construction is that of the change order. Almost every experienced contractor has dealt with either defending against or pursing change orders relating to additional work, time and costs since owners asking for extra or changed work in the midst of a lump sum project is not an unusual occurrence. But, what happens when the owner thinks that the work is already within the scope of the project and won’t approve a change order to pay more?

In an article published by Build Houston Magazine in April 2022, Julia Edwards discusses your options—and ramifications—when there is a disagreement between what is, and what is not included in your scope of work.

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