“Standards of a custom home”
My GC used this term in his contract with the subs he hired. Can someone tell me where it comes from or what it means? Or how I could keep him or any of his subs accountable to that standard that is one of 9 items in the SCOPE OF WORK?
“All work to conform to, or exceed, the standards of the industry for Custom Homes.”
SCOPE OF WORK
1.) Subcontractor to review plans with Contractor prior to start of production.
2.) Subcontractor will be responsible for meeting all State, Federal, Government, VA, FHA and City of Santa Monica codes and requirements.
3.) Subcontractor is responsible to meet and adhere to all OSHA / CALOSHA guidelines and will furnish all MS and OSHA information to job site superintendent. Special provisions shall be taken for the OSHA Fall Safety Program.
4.) All work to conform to, or exceed, the standards of the industry for Custom Homes.
5.) It is the Subcontractors responsibility to remove all his own trash, including food wrappers; drink containers, etc; from the Job Site on a daily, and to place in designated area or bin on a daily basis.
6.) Community rules to be followed, including construction hours from 8:00 am TO 6:00 PM, (Monday – Friday) 9AM to 5PM Saturday; no dogs, no children, no loud radios, and no materials OR VEHICLES left on the street. 7.) Schedule of Payments: invoices are due to the Contractor by the first and third Thursdays of each month. Payment will be released pending bank inspection and disbursement.
8.) See attached EXIBIT A ADDENDA. All per unit pricing to be confirmed with final field measurements.
9.) Notices: GC
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