# Welcome!

Employers, Architects, Engineers, Contractors...
if you don't manage your contracts?

"Why? ...Save costs, increase revenues and reduce risks."

 Construction contracts anticipate change because construction plans and specifications cannot perfectly represent the reality of field conditions. Differences between as-bid and as-built project constraints always arise. The problem is, if you do not recognize changes, notify the project’s owner of them, and properly document them, their cost and consequential damage to your operations will come out of your pocket – instead of contributing greatly to your bottom line.