Request for Information

What is an RFI: Your Guide to Requests for Information

In the construction industry, Request for Information (RFI) is a core communication tool used to seek clarification, resolve ambiguities, control costs, ensure compliance, and maintain quality. RFIs can come from various stakeholders like contractors, subcontractors, or clients. They may be prompted by uncertainties in project documents like plans or contracts. Contract administration software such as RForm helps in managing RFIs effectively, ensuring a smoother project progression. This tool aims to lift the burden off architects, construction professionals, and project managers, streamlining the construction contract administration process.

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The renovation of a heritage building started with preparations to demolish some walls to accommodate a new room layout. Unfortunately, during the preparations the general contractor discovered that the building structure had deteriorated to the point where there would be serious structural problems if  the walls were removed. This discovery would result in additional construction

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