Will RFIs save me time and money?

Absolutely! The purpose of RFI documentation is to seek clarification or additional information about project details that might be ambiguous or unclear. By obtaining clear and concise information early in the process, you reduce the chances of misunderstandings or errors that cost your projects time and money. Additionally, RFIs create a documented trail of communication that is useful and valuable for future reference, especially in legal disputes or claims. RFIs are not considered legal documents in the contractual sense, but they can have significant legal implications as the information exchanged through the RFI process can be crucial in establishing clarity, demonstrating due diligences, and providing supporting evidence in court. 

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