Identify more than 40 provisions to quickly analyze risk and reduce the time and money associated with contract review, for negotiations and otherwise. This is a great tool for general contractors and subcontractors to analyze risk. Automatically identify provisions such as contract price, waivers of consequential damages, subrogation waivers, indemnity and insurance obligations, etc.
Document Crunch’s Curators provide insight, rationale and sample contract provisions to help with your contract negotiations and drafting. This is also a great training tool for your personnel.
Project Abstract/Cheat Sheet
This is a great tool for new and ongoing projects, to identify for you and your project teams key contract terms and provisions for project administration and risk reduction. The provisions identified include notice obligations and technical requirements, completion requirements, and contractor remedies such as the right to stop work, as well as other important provisions for your project teams to be aware of.
Quickly audit all ongoing and past projects still at risk (i.e. completed within the past 10 years) for certain key provisions that define risk such as indemnity requirements, post-completion warranty obligations, and waivers of consequential damages.
Commercial General Liability Insurance Policies
WRAP Policy Manuals (OCIPs and CCIPs)
Builders Risk Insurance Policies
Plans, Drawings and Specifications
Learn what is in your Plans, Drawings and Specifications.
Plans, drawings and specifications can be voluminous. This tool searches for risk-shifting and other important provisions such as Design Responsibility, Confidentiality Requirements, Responsibility for Hazardous Materials, Indemnification, Mandatory Subcontract Flow-Down Requirements, Warranty Obligations, Subsurface Conditions, among others that can sometimes be contained within lengthy and voluminous project plans, drawings and specifications.
This is a great tool for upcoming as well as ongoing projects to identify risk-shifting provisions contained within the voluminous project plans, drawings and specifications.