Week of April 30, 2018
Escrowing Bid Documents:
What, Where, How, Why, and When?
Escrowing your bid documents and estimate calculations allows the contractor and owner to review all documents relied upon and created by the contractor as of bid day. If this method of price evaluation is accepted by the owner, it can be an invaluable asset during a project dispute.
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