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Owner Competition

Posted in Construction

The normal tender case usually arises out of one of two situations: (i) an owner awards a contract to a general who is not the low bidder, or (ii) a general carries one sub’s price and awards the subcontract to another. What happens when an owner (general) decides to do part or all of the work itself in lieu of awarding the (sub)contract to a general (sub)? Is that smart business or is it bid shopping? We have two cases that answer this question.

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