How to Prevent Winter Conditions From Impacting Construction Budgets and Schedules

Reduced daylight hours and bad weather can impact the time to perform construction activities. These six considerations can help.

AIA Contract Documents

January 2, 2024

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In the colder months, projects are exposed to adverse weather, including low temperatures, snow, ice and reduced daylight hours. Low temperatures, snow and ice can create hazardous conditions, impact the cure time and performance of construction materials, and reduce labor and equipment efficiencies. Reduced daylight hours can impact the amount of time you have to perform construction activities on a daily basis.

Here are some considerations that you can make to prevent or minimize winter condition impacts to your budget and schedule. Click here to read six things to consider from AIA Contract Documents.

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