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Thursday, May 08, 2008

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EB

I can't even pretend to understand the size of your headaches. I know it's little consolation, but lots of us are excited to be able to walk into the final product.

Diane

Ohhhhhh...I can sympathize. I'm a construction PM (owners rep) and I spend a lot of time managing and battling Change Orders. It's usually the Building Department and Hidden Conditions that ding us. Thus far this year I've already had to deal with one major power upgrade requiring underground trenching. Yes, it's a lot of $$$. I can only imagine what restaurant construction is like, with all the code and health requirements - hang in there and know it will be beautiful when it is all done!

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