I had a question on a practice exam about how the owner could require more information from the GC regarding their overhead and profits. I went with Supplementary Conditions, and that turns out to be correct, but the explanation of the two, would also kind of sway me in the direction of at least believing that you could well specify those terms in the Special Conditions as well, if it's for that project in particular.
Why NOT put those requirements in the Special Conditions?
Why should they be in the Supplementary Conditions? (Unless you want that to be an ongoing requirement for all work with that GC for future projects, etc., then I would get it going in the Supplementary Conditions)
Again I appreciate anyone's clarification. I got it right, but it's more important to fully understand it moving forward in my opinion. Thanks!
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