Project Histories

Kings Theatre RedevelopmentBrooklyn, NY

Contracts Used:

  • ConsensusDocs 500 Series - CM At-Risk

Owner:  New York City Economic Development Corporation

Project Design Professional:  Martinez + Johnson Architecture

Project Contractor: Gilbane Building Company

Project Description: $70.2 million renovation and expansion of a 1929 historical landmark theatre from its original approximately 85,000 SF space to 109,810 SF, including a two-story addition to the back of the theatre stage. The project restored the significant, historic front-of-house areas to their original grandeur while integrating the equipment, technology, and support spaces. The theatre opened in early February of 2015 and is expected to host between 200 and 250 live performances a year. Kings Theatre was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in August 2012.

A. Chester Redshaw Elementary School         
New Brunswick, NJ

Contracts Used:

  • ConsensusDocs 420 - Design-Builder and Design Professional Agreement

Owner:  New Jersey Schools Development Authority

Project Design Professional:  Paulus, Sokolowski & Sartor

Project Contractor: Hall Construction Co Inc.

Project Description: D/B 135,000 SF Elementary School Pre-K-5th grade; 46 classrooms, three stories, utilizing New Jersey School Development Corporation (NJSDA) “Kit of Parts” design criteria and Materials and Systems Standards, Performance Specifications and Program Outline/Description. This was the first of dozens of Design/Build Schools the NJSDA will be constructing over a multi-year $Billion+ program. Hall Construction Co Inc. is under five Design/Build Contracts with the NJSDA.

Mayo Renewable Power Biomass Plant
Mayo, Ireland

Contracts Used:

  • ConsensusDocs 410 - Owner and Design-Builder Agreement (Cost of Work Plus Free with GMP)

Project Contractor:  John Sisk & Son (Holdings) Ltd.

Project Description: €180 million electricity-generating plant for Killala County, Mayo, Ireland. When completed, the plant will have the capacity to generate 42.5 megawatts of electricity, which is enough to power 42,000 homes, and will help the Republic meet green energy targets agreed to with the European Union.

Michigan State University's Landon Hall,
East Lansing, MI

Contracts Used:

  • ConsensusDocs 500 - Owner and Construction Manager Agreement (GMP with Preconstruction Services Option)

Project Contractor:  The Christman Company

Project Description: Approximately $18 million renovation of a 1940’s structure, including modernization of the collegiate dining hall.



HomeFront New Family Campus, Ewing Township, NJ

Contracts used:

  • ConsensusDocs 410  - Owner and Design-Builder Agreement (Cost of Work Plus Fee with GMP) 
  • ConsensusDocs 410.1 - GMP & Completion Dates Amendment

Owner’s Counsel: Saul Ewing LLP – contract drafting and review

Project Description: HomeFront plans to convert an 8.5-acre decommissioned U.S. Navy base in Ewing Township, N.J. into a one-stop social service campus for homeless mothers and their children.  A 42,000-square-foot building and two smaller structures will be converted into a family shelter with 38 dorm suites and will include space for current services such as job training and a therapeutic art studio.  New programs, including a 24-hour childcare center and a teaching kitchen, will be incorporated into the project and community partners will gain more space to create a central hub of support services.

Project Testimonial: “Saul Ewing LLP was engaged on a pro bono basis by HomeFront to draft and review contracts for the construction of the New Family Campus.  HomeFront is a non-profit social services charity and, unlike a commercial real estate developer that often has teams of attorneys to scour construction contracts, the ConsensusDocs proved worthwhile due to their practical layout and focus on readability.  From a legal perspective, their substantive provisions were also sound.

ConsensusDocs’ web-based platform for managing documents also was useful in helping the team of Saul Ewing attorneys work from multiple locations and collaborate with various stakeholders.  This presented a significant advantage compared to other construction contract platforms that tie the drafting attorney to the workstation bearing the software license. I will consider ConsensusDocs for future projects.”

 William W. Warren, Jr., Partner, Saul Ewing LLP

New Boiler Plant, W.J.B. Dorn VA Medical Center, Columbia, SC

Contracts Used:

  • ConsensusDocs 751 - Constructor and Subcontractor Agreement (Short Form)

Project Contractor: Greenland Enterprises, Inc.

Project Description: Greenland Enterprises, Inc. was “best source” selected to construct the new $16M Boiler Plant for the William Jennings Bryan Dorn VA Medical Center in Columbia, South Carolina. The Boiler Plant will include three new 600HP water tube boilers and a relocated 400HP fire tube summer boiler. It will also include space for parts, maintenance, tools, training room, locker rooms, restrooms and a break room for the boiler plant staff. Greenland is converting the summer boiler from natural gas only to dual fuel, gas and oil. Upon completion, our upgrades will provide the Medical Center with a fully functional steam plant in accordance with VA design manuals and requirements.

Michigan State University's Shaw Hall, East Lansing, MI

Contracts Used:

  • ConsensusDocs 300 - Tri-Party Agreement for Integrated Project Delivery (IPD)

Owner:  Michigan State University

Project Contractor:  Clark Construction Company

Project Description: $14.2 million full IPD project. Renovation of a 1950's collegiate dining hall to modern standards, which dramatically increased meal counts for the university.  This project achieved LEED gold certification.  

Project Testimonial: “We believe it is the only full IPD agreement signed by a public university.”   

John J. (Jack) Mumma, Construction Contract Administrator, Michigan State University

Wesbelt United Stationers Storm Damage Rebuild, Columbus, OH

Contracts Used:

  • ConsensusDocs 410 -Owner and Design-Builder Agreement (Cost of Work Plus Fee with GMP)

  • ConsensusDocs 450 - Design-Builder and Subcontractor Agreement

Project Contractor:  Brexton Construction, LLC

Project Description: The project consists of an existing one-story warehouse building approximately 229,000 sf. The building was damaged by a wind storm which caused a 44,000 sf portion of the roof to collapse pulling all the mechanical systems in with it. A portion of the exterior concrete tilt walls were also blown out, demolished and removed leaving the building exposed to the elements. The building, shipping and receiving had to remain in operation for the duration of the project. Brexton, the tenant, owner, insurance company, lender and code officials all working together made it possible to complete the project in just less than eleven weeks with only 8 change orders (3 of which were a deducts for allowances not needed).

Project Testimonial: "This unique design-build project forced the insurance claims team, owners, tenant, design builder and major trades to expedite every facet of reconstructing this thriving distribution center for the tenant. I convinced the owner that a collaborative team effort would achieve the best results for their tenant. The fact that the ConsensusDOCS were created through a collaborative industry effort and support this very type of project better than other Standard Agreements and General Condition contracts available on the market today, was a key point in selling the delivery method to the owner."

Tim Galvin, President/CEO Brexton Construction, LLC

LAX Alaska Airlines Terminal Relocation, Los Angeles, CA

Contracts Used:

  • ConsensusDocs 800 - Owner and Program Manager Agreement

  • ConsensusDocs 410 - Owner and Design-Builder Agreement (Cost of Work Plus Fee with GMP)

Project Contractor:  Hensel Phelps Construction Co.

Project Description: The Alaska Airlines project was an extensive renovation of Terminal 6 at LAX and relocation of Alaska Airlines’ operations from Terminal 3 to Terminal 6. The project started as a program management project awarded to Phelps Development, LLC by Alaska Airlines using a Consensus Docs Program Management agreement. Approximately nine months after the initial award, Hensel Phelps Construction Co. entered into a ConsensusDocs Design-Build agreement with Alaska Airlines. Scope of work included: new ticketing lobby for Alaska Airlines' signature "Airport of the Future" ticketing, construction of a new premier passenger Boardroom (LEED Silver Certified), renovation of passenger holdrooms and support offices, new in-line baggage screening system, and extension of the Federal Inspection Service (FIS) sterile corridor.

Michigan State University Stadium Scoreboards, East Lansing, MI

Contracts Used:

  • ConsensusDocs 415 - Owner and Design-Builder Agreeement (Lump Sum - Owner's Program Includes Schematic Designs)

Owner:  Michigan State University

Project Contractor: Panasonic

Project Description: $10 million scoreboard replacement project for the MSU Spartan Stadium in East Lansing, MI.

Project Testimonial: “MSU decided to use ConsensusDocs standard contracts for replacing the Spartan Stadium scoreboards.  Starting with a ConsensusDocs form agreement made procurement and contract negotiation much more efficient on the project.  The ConsensusDocs Design-Builder agreement is our standard for future design-build delivery projects.”   

John J. (Jack) Mumma, Construction Contract Administrator, Michigan State University

Douglas and Nancy Barnhart Cancer Center at Sharp Hospital, Chula Vista, CA

 

Contracts Used:

  • ConsensusDocs 240 - Owner and Design Professional Agreement

  • ConsensusDocs 500 - Owner and Construction Manager Agreement (GMP with Preconstruction Services Option)

Developer: Makena Medical Buildings, LLC

Owner: Sharp Chula Vista Medical Center

Project Contractor: Barnhart-Reese Construction, Inc./Kitchell, J.V.

 

Project Description: Opened in 2012, the 47,000 square foot three-story Barnhart Cancer Center features advanced cancer treatment technology and a new healing environment. The facility consists of a radiation therapy center, infusion center and medical offices.  The Barnhart Cancer Center’s technology includes the first Varian Medical Systems’ TrueBeam STx™ radiotherapy/radiosurgery system in San Diego. With treatment plans mapped out using a four-dimensional CT simulator, TrueBeam linear accelerators allows physicians to target tumors anywhere in the body, including the lung, abdomen, breast, head and neck. Stereotactic radiosurgery provides powerful noninvasive treatment that can be delivered even in the most complex areas without affecting the surrounding healthy tissue. Additional treatment options include high-dose-rate brachytherapy, intensity-modulated radiation therapy and image-guided radiotherapy.  The Barnhart Cancer Center’s healing environment features naturally lit radiation therapy suites and areas for meditation, aromatherapy and Healing Touch. An Infusion Center is available for patients who choose to receive treatments with a family member or friend.  The Barnhart Cancer Center offers other programs and services, including a breast cancer patient navigator program, support groups in English and Spanish, nutritional consultation, and spiritual and palliative care.  The construction was part of a design-build development by Makena Medical.


Project Testimonial: "In my 30+ years of construction, I have used many types of contracts.  The Consensus Documents offered a straightforward and fair contract document set.” 

Douglas E. Barnhart, Manager of Makena Medical Buildings (and past president of AGC National)

 

Trimble Rockies Campus, Broomfield, CO

Constract Used:

  • ConsensusDocs 301 - Building Information Modeling (BIM) Addendum

Project Contractor: JE Dunn Construction

Project Description: LEED Gold, 125,000 sq ft, 4-Story, Class A Office Building located in Westminster, Colorado. While the Trimble Westmoor Building project is contracted under a more conventional guaranteed max price (GMP) project delivery mechanism, the project team is facilitating the project using integrated project delivery (IPD) techniques and strategies to gain the lifecycle benefits of BIM and deliver the project in a tight 13-month schedule.  

The full spectrum of Trimble technologies have been utilized on the project spanning survey, site-work and excavation to estimating, 3D design and modeling, project management, sheet metal fabrication to construction layout. 

Throughout building design and construction, the project team has facilitated the seamless transition of data from design through construction and handover using building information modeling (BIM) technology. The project team developed detailed, dimensionally-accurate models, drive that data to the field using BIM-to-field methodologies, and then re-capture data in the field to update the model, thus creating a digital file that lives throughout the facility’s life.

Project Testimonial: "I believe that the ConsensusDoc 301 BIM Addendum that we utilized on the Trimble Westminster campus project may offer the most functional and practical solution to defining contractual requirements for BIM enabled projects."

Rodd Merchant, Senior Vice President, JE Dunn Construction Company

 

The Oaks at Austin Lakes, Austin, TX


Contracts Used:

  • Consensus Docs 300 - Tri-Party Agreement for Integrated Project Delivery (IPD)


Project Partners/Signers:
Owner:  Universal Health Services, Inc. (UHS)
Hospital:  The Oaks at Austin Lakes
Architect:  Polkinghorn Group Architects
General Contractor:  Lott Brothers Construction Co.
Mechanical/Plumbing:  Cobb Mechanical Contractors
Electrical:  Colvin Electric
Drywall/EIFS: F.L. Crane & Sons, Inc.


Project Description: The Oaks at Austin Lakes in Austin, Texas is a $11.5MM new, freestanding, one-story, 48,000 square foot Acute Care 80 Bed Behavioral Hospital with a 10,000 square foot admissions and outpatient building, constructed on the site of the previous Oaks Treatment Center. The final campus layout was the result of a collaborative team effort which had to determine the optimal building and site configuration given local regulatory constraints that included building around
heritage trees and a maximum allowed impervious cover yet create an efficient end user layout, and reduce required site and building cost.

This new facility includes eighty beds (56 Adult, a 16 Bed Adolescent and an 8 Bed child Unit), indoor and outdoor
recreation areas, dining area, assessment and counselor areas, administrative areas, group therapy rooms, and other amenities. Through the collaborative analysis conducted by the team the final, optimized site layout resulted in a ‘triangle’ shaped main building with a separate outpatient and admissions facility.

The facility is located in South Austin and will fulfill a much needed treatment need in an area which has historically lacked sufficient psychiatric beds for adults, and will alleviate emergency room backups currently occurring due this lack of services.


Project Testimonial: "Universal Health Services, Inc. believes in utilizing Lean principles throughout the entire design and construction process and the Consensus Docs plays a vital role in aligning the contractual incentives and roles of the project partners with the overall goals of the project.

The Project Team’s high level of collaboration throughout the project phases has resulted in an efficient, cost effective and most importantly, healing and therapeutic building design with a very high degree of confidence in the building quality and predicted delivery schedule.  In addition, managing an aggressive project target cost estimate that the Consensus Doc signers accepted as a challenge, all partners are projected to realize profits at the full enhanced levels."

Temecula Valley Hospital, Temecula, CA

Contract Used:

  • Consensusdocs 300 - Tri-Party Agreement for Integrated Project Delivery (IPD)

Project Contractor: DPR │Turner a Joint Venture

Project Description: The new $154,000,000.00, 180,000-squre-foot, 140 bed, acute care hospital in Temecula California, will have all private rooms and a 20-bed intensive care unit (ICU), as well as six high-tech surgical suites, digital imaging and an advanced electronic clinical information system. A relatively new feature at Temecula Valley Hospital will be a Consolidated Treatment Unit — a uniquely designed emergency department that is flexible and versatile, allowing expansion according to need — and where inpatients and outpatients can prepare for procedures.

Project Testimonial: "The owner wanted a team that could deliver a hospital that was 30% less in cost and 30% more efficient than any systems best performing facility than the average California hospital. The owner also wanted it to be the fastest to market from design to completion (heads in beds). The owner assembled a highly collaborative team before any drawings were created and established a risk / reward contract using ConsensusDocs 300 which would guarantee all signers labor cost, but require a guaranteed price by putting our profits into one pool. This arrangement would insure collaboration and innovation from all signers to meet the requirements of budget and schedule while adhering to the owners establish conditions of satisfaction."

Steven Wilson Associate DBIA™ / Principal, HMC Architects

 

Cumberland Hall Hospital, Hopkinsville, KY

   
Contracts Used: 
  • ConsensusDocs 300 - Tri-Party Agreement for Integrated Project Delivery (IPD)
Project Contractor: DPRTurner a Joint Venture

Project Team: Universal Health Services, Inc. (UHS)

Hospital: Cumberland Hall Hospital
Architect: Stengel Hill Architecture
Construction Manager: Brasfield & Gorrie
Civil Engineer: MLH Civil Engineers, PLLC
Structure: Lichtefeld Incorporated
Interior Design: In.Design Inc.
Fire Protection Engineer: Grand Fire Protection
Mechanical Engineer: Rock City Mechanical
Electrical Engineer: Enterprise Electric, LLC
Foodservices Design: Inman Foodservices Group, LLC

Project Description: Cumberland Hall Hospital in Hopkinsville, Kentucky is a new, freestanding, one-story, 69,020 square foot Replacement Psychiatric Hospital. This single unified contemporary design replaced the previous Hospital which was comprised of a series of buildings that sat disconnected on one campus. This new facility includes ninety-seven beds, indoor and outdoor recreation areas, an indoor rock climbing wall, weight room and expanded areas for family therapy and military unit sessions, dining area, on-site school, assessment and counselor areas, administrative areas, group therapy rooms, freestanding gymnasium, and other amenities. The entire facility has been designed to accommodate future expansion.

The facility is located just 5 miles from Fort Campbell and the intent is that Cumberland Hall will provide the much needed and ever growing care for the military healthcare system for military and their families. In addition to the military population, Cumberland Hall provides care for adults, adolescents, and children as well as accommodations for future geriatric populations.  The geometry of the building was a result of creating a healing environment for each of these populations while keeping each population separate from the other to ensure the specific needs and level of care are being met.

Project Testimonial: UHS firmly believes in utilizing Lean principles throughout the entire design and construction process and the ConsensusDocs plays a vital role in being the contractual document that assists in facilitating collaboration and trust which are two fundamental principles with Lean.

The Project Team’s high level of collaboration throughout the entire design and construction phases resulted in a beautiful, contemporary, state of the art facility in which the following Team’s goal was achieved.

“Design a facility in which you would be proud for one of your own family members to receive treatment."

Capital Park Family Health Center, Columbus OH

Project Contractor: Quandel Group

Project Description: The new $4.4 million, 17,500-square-foot Capital Park Family Health Center in Columbus, Ohio, is the first major 100 percent ConsensusDocs project in Ohio.

Project Testimonials: "The Capital Park Family Health Center project represents a real construction achievement. The ConsensusDocs contract documents were ideal for this project, because they facilitate the best project management and business principles in the construction industry — practices like how to develop the project schedule, coordinate work and ensure all parties complete their work on time and are paid on time."

ASA General Counsel Donald Gregory, Esq., Kegler, Brown, Hill & Ritter

"Heart of Ohio Family Health Centers employed the industry-endorsed ConsensusDocs contracts to efficiently assemble and lead a design and construction team that delivered a cutting-edge, dispute-free project for us and for the community. We are proud of how the whole construction team used these documents to deliver this extraordinary project."

Joy Parker, RN, CEO, Capital Park Family Health Center

University of Alabama - Kappa Delta Sorority, Tuscaloosa, AL

Contracts Used:

  • ConsensusDocs 205 - Owner and Contractor Agreement (Short Form - Lump Sum)

Project Contractor: WAR Construction, Inc.

Project Description: Design and implementation of an upgrade to the HVAC system, installation of a Fire Sprinkler System, and return the structure to pre-construction living conditions prior to the beginning of the fall semester.

Project Testimonial: "The ConsensusDocs 205 was an easy choice for this project due to its simplicity and straightforward approach. WAR has been previously involved in several similar projects on the same fast track schedule with a reputation for success. Variables such as the basic schedule, work items and budget for this type of project were known, combined with our strong, working relationships with key subcontractors; ConsensusDocs was the most direct and comfortable fit available to work with the Owner on this project."

Upshur Building, Portland, OR

Contracts Used:

  • ConsensusDocs 200 - Owner and Contractor Agreement (Lump Sum)

  • ConsensusDocs 700 - Standard Form Purchase Order

  • ConsensusDocs 750 - Contractor and Subcontract Agreement

Project Contractor: Todd Hess Building Company

Project Description: Complete seismic upgrade of a two story unreinforced brick building including shell upgrades such as new windows, elevator, new fire sprinkler system, restrooms, lobby/entry, etc. Also included a live/work condo unit and first floor build-out.

Project Testimonial: "The size and magnitude of a 1.5 million dollar project, with 20 Subcontractors and a very aggressive schedule, broadcasts the need for organization and a speedy method in getting contracts out the door to the Owner and Subcontractors. ConsensusDocs delivers and takes the guesswork out of contracting a project! We appreciate the user friendly documents and the ability to save the exact contract that was sent to our subcontractors. The easy to read and understand language used throughout each document we use is a huge plus. We can’t imagine doing a project without ConsensusDocs!"

Alpha Phi Sorority, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL

Contracts Used:

  • ConsensusDcs 205 - Owner and Constructor Agreement (Lump Sum)

Project Contractor: WAR Construction, Inc.

Project Description: Interior and exterior renovation of existing 16 bedroom sorority house with a 20 person Sleeping Porch. New paint throughout house, new flooring through most of house, updated doors, lighting, and plumbing.

Project Testimonial: "This project included a basic reworking of an existing house that had been used by various fraternities and sororities as a temporary living facility. WAR worked with the Owner to determine the key items that needed to be updated or renovated. Use of ConsensusDocs Form No. 205 made sense due to the detailed list of work items and hands-on approach used by WAR to uncover all work items prior to contracting with the subcontractors."

Renovation: 720 Oak Street for The Builders' Association & Kansas City Chapter, AGC

Contracts Used:

  • ConsensusDocs 801 - Standard Owner and Construction Manager Agreement

  • ConsensusDocs 802 - Standard Form of Agreement between Owner and Trade Contractor

Project Contractor: A.L. Huber General Contractor

Project Description: Complete interior demolition and renovation of building which originally opened in 1982. Phase I included restoration of the parking garage. Phase II included tuck pointing of the
brick exterior, repair of the wrought iron fence on the south, and restoration of the parapet walls. Phase III included tenant finish work — drywall, painting, flooring, HVAC, electrical, ceiling, and other items.

Project Testimonial: "On the 720 Oak project, our subcontractors and suppliers were all Builders’ Association and Kansas City Chapter, AGC members. With ConsensusDocs, they could be assured of documents that were fair, balanced, and reflective of industry–accepted best practices. The completeness of the ConsensusDocs suite of agreements expedited all facets of the contracting process and provided for a more equitable sharing of the risk, which can otherwise negatively affect project cost. We also appreciated the ease and simplicity of the ConsensusDocs system online."

August L. Huber, III, CEO, A.L. Huber General Contractor

Southern Heat Exchanger Corporation, Tuscaloosa, AL

Contracts Used:

  • ConsensusDocs 410 - Owner and Design-Builder Agreement (Cost of Work Plus Fee with GMP)

Project Contractor: WAR Construction, Inc.

Project Description: Design a new Administrative Office and separate Plant Building on one site with sound barrier using a team of consultants chosen by WAR.

Project Testimonial: "From the beginning of the design-build process, WAR was informed that this project may or may not proceed to construction. Using ConsensusDocs made us feel comfortable knowing that if there were any issues regarding ownership of the designs, that we had the documents and the American Arbitration Association on our side. This project never made it to the construction phase; however, with the use of ConsensusDocs, we were able to retain ownership of the designs presented to the Owner using our team of consultants and receive payment for services rendered through the design phase of this project.

North Carolina History Education Center, New Bern, NC

Contracts Used:

  • ConsensusDocs 301 - Building Information Modeling (BIM) Addendum

Project Contractor: Clancy & Theys Construction Company

Project Description: CM at risk contract with the State of North Carolina to construct an education center consisting of exhibit halls, meeting rooms, auditorium, and food facilities near the site of the historic Tryon Palace.

Project Testimonial: "The construction team used 3D modeling as the primary method of mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire suppression system coordination. As the Construction Manager, we needed a way to organize and legitimize the modeling process. Even though the BIM Addendum assumes that the project owner, architect, and contractor will partner in the modeling process, it was easily adaptable to our situation. The ConsensusDOCS 301 provided the right guidance in drafting an agreement between Clancy & Theys and our specialty contractors for the 3D coordination effort."

Harry L. McKinney, Jr, DBIA, AIA – Virtual Design Construction Manager

City of Northport, Fire Station No. 3, Northport, AL

Contracts Used:

  • ConsensusDocs 200 - Owner and Constructor Agreement (Lump Sum)
  • ConsensusDocs 260 - Performance Bond
  • ConsensusDocs 261 - Payment Bond
  • ConsensusDocs 262 - Bid Bond

Project Contractor: WAR Construction, Inc.

Project Description: Contracts between the City of Northport and 11 Trade Contractors to build a new Fire Station for the City of Northport under the supervision of WAR Construction, Inc.

Project Testimonial: "Since this was a tax savings project, each Trade Contractor needed to have a Contract directly with the Owner. Blank copies of the ConsensusDocs documents for Contractors were provided to the City's legal team, the City Council and Project Architect to review. All parties agreed that the ConsensusDocs documents filled the gaps in documents available through the City's legal team."

Capstone Bank Main Office, Tuscaloosa, AL

Contracts Used:

  • ConsensusDocs 510 - Owner and Construction Manager Agreeement (Cost of Work with Preconstruction Services Option)

Project Contractor: WAR Construction, Inc.

Project Description: Renovate existing bank building, add a new drive thru Teller building and a major addition of office space in the current drive thru area while the bank continued day to day operations.

Project Testimonial: "This project is being completed in various phases with the possibility of unknown factors in the existing structure, so use of the ConsensusDocs 510 just made good sense. The 510 provides for the possibility of the unknown, as well as a clearly defined and mutually agreed upon solution for how to work through these items. The 510 also clearly defined the subcontracting method for all parties to review prior to project bidding."

Slack & Co. Contracting, Inc. and Communications Plus, Inc. Office, Houston, TX

Contracts Used:

  • ConsensusDocs 200 - Standard Agreement and General Conditions between Owner and Contractor

Project Contractor: Linbeck, Houston, Texas

Project Description: This building is one of the first in Houston to be contracted with the new ConsensusDocs. The office building is 22,000 SF: 55 percent will be used by Slack & Co. Contracting, Inc; and 25 percent will be used by Communications Plus. The remaining 20 percent is common areas for use by both companies and includes a large training/conference room that will be offered to local professional organizations for additional meeting space.

Project Testimonial: "This unique design-build project brought in the owners, architect, general contractor and major trades in the early stages. The theory was that a collaborative team effort would achieve the best results. ConsensusDocs were created through a collaborative industry effort and support this very type of project better than other Standard Agreements and General Condition contracts available."

Jim Slack, Jr., President, Slack & Co. Contracting, Inc.

Capstone Bank, Indian Hills Branch, Tuscaloosa, AL

Contracts Used:

  • ConsensusDocs 510 - Owner and Construction Manager Agreement (Cost of Work with Preconstruction Services Option)

Project Contractor: WAR Construction, Inc.

Project Description: WAR was tasked with coordinating various subcontractors' scopes of work to renovate the existing bank building and add a new drive thru building while the bank continued day to day operations.

Project Testimonial: "This project also has the possibility of unknown factors in the existing structure so the use of the ConsensusDocs No. 510 just made good sense. This document provides for the possibility of the unknown and provides a clearly defined and mutually agreed upon solution for how to work through these items. This document also clearly defined the subcontracting method for all interested parties to review prior to the bid of the project."

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