Testimonials

Paul Ibrahim

We encourage our members to use ConsensusDocs to spare themselves a substantial amount of time and cost, as well as the frustration seemingly inherent in the contract negotiation process.

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Philip E. Beck

I recommend ConsensusDocs to my clients – Owners, General Contractors, and Subcontractors, alike – as a better alternative to other standard industry forms and far more fair and balanced than…

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Richard H. Lowe

One of the biggest concerns contractors and others have about using building information modeling is the fear that the legal framework is too unsettled. Thanks to ConsensusDocs, that concern can…

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Stephen Sandherr

Contractors and Owners distinguish themselves in today’s market by using ConsensusDocs contracts because they are focused on achieving better project results. AGC proudly endorses ConsensusDocs because fair contracts advance our…

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T. Ryan Lamb

The Iowa Department of Administrative Services (“DAS”) is responsible for providing a wide variety of services to its State agency customers, including contracting for and administering construction projects. Prior to…

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Terry Wooding

We use ConsensusDocs documents whenever and wherever possible. We’ve found them to be clear, fair to all parties, and well-accepted by our clients. The content of the documents addresses all…

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Theodore (Ted) E. Argyle, Esq.

Over seven years ago, COAA and several other construction organizations began a process to develop a set of model contract documents that fairly apportioned risk, represented industry best practices, and…

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Thomas J. Soles

SMACNA is pleased to have been a partner in the development of the ConsensusDocs. We are particularly satisfied with the more favorable payment, indemnity and consequential damages clauses agreed to…

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Timmy McLaughlin

Great Recession or no Great Recession, ConsensusDocs is the vehicle for a much-needed change. Having to comb through lengthy, unfamiliar contract documents possibly containing egregious terms isn’t a good way…

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