WSHC+B attorneys Elizabeth Coppolecchia and Jake Bland co-authored an article in the Daily Business Review advising property owners on best practices for navigating schedule float to ensure the timely progression of their construction project.
“By way of background, schedule float is a number used to identify the amount of time that any task (as identified on a project schedule) can be delayed without impacting other tasks or the project’s overall schedule,” the article explains. “Although it is often overlooked, schedule float is a vital, limited resource in construction projects. Property owners should closely examine any float allocation clause contained in their agreements and negotiate the inclusion of the foregoing factors.”
Liz represents private entities in complex commercial litigation and municipalities and other governmental entities in disputes throughout Florida.
Jake counsels clients in the construction industry, negotiating contracts on their behalf and representing them in complex disputes.