I always include language in my contracts to address storage for public art projects. Sometime storage is expected and other times it comes as a surprise as the other aspects of a construction project are not on schedule. Either way, it is very important to address the issues of storage and the resulting costs that may be incurred including (but not limited to) demobilization and remobilization of installation teams and equipment; increase insurance costs; transportation to and from storage; not to mention the location and conditions at storage facilities and who bears the risk of loss while work is in storage. The parameters for some of this change depending on the nature of the work being stored as well—sometimes additional issues come up if the work is crated in a way that makes examination of the work impossible without destroying the crating. If you’d like to discuss any of this further, I’m happy to be a resource.
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