Disputes are common on construction projects and can have significant financial and commercial impacts when not promptly resolved. For over a decade, CCDC’s standard construction contracts have included provisions on the use and rules of arbitration and mediation. Arbitration and mediation processes are intended to encourage speedy, cost-effective, and private resolution of disputes, without having to deal with overburdened courts and an adversarial system. Our speakers will explain the sequence and potential outcomes of arbitration and mediation processes, as well as the roles and responsibilities of all parties, including consultants, involved in construction disputes.

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CCDC developed the CCDC 31 to replace ACEC’s Document 31. Similar to other CCDC documents, CCDC 31 was developed with input from Owner representatives, providing a balanced approach in its drafting. This document also adopts standard CCDC terminology, found throughout the suite of CCDC documents.

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