In the field of construction defects, a highly experienced general contractor is most important if the observed construction defects cross over into more than one field of expertise. A knowledgeable general contractor has the ability to link the other construction defect disciplines (plumbing, electrical, heating and air, structural engineering, etc.) together into a cohesive entity so as to thoroughly define the connectivity between all the other various construction disciplines.
Without this cohesiveness it is possible to only see a narrow perspective of the basic construction issues without having the full understanding of how they interact with the rest of the construction disciplines. In construction defect cases which involve more than one discipline the general contractor is in a similar position to a general whose task is to coordinate and direct the other construction experts into a cohesive and organized entity (the Army) for the benefit of the employing attorney.
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