Summary: Mediation can lead to a quicker resolution than litigation.
Handling conflicts within the construction industry can be timely and professional, while others can turn into year-long cases. Not only can this delay the progress of the project, but it can potentially hurt business relationships that have been developed throughout the course of the project. Mediation is a reliable method that is often used by construction specialists in solving these types of cases.
A Quicker Means to an End
One of the many benefits of working with a mediation party is their ability to resolve problems in a quick and efficient manner. Much like a construction claims consultant, these neutral parties will listen to what you have to say and come up with a solution as quickly as they can. The mediators can immediately jump in and help as soon as both parties involved are ready to come together. Mediation can take up to a few days, which means both sides can come to a mutually beneficial settlement and quickly get back to working on the project.
A Degree of Confidentiality
Another primary benefit of mediation is that there is a degree of confidentiality. If both parties agree to keep their information private from the public, details will not be disclosed to the public regarding the nature of the public. This is crucial for the image of the company. On the other hand, a court of law usually leaks some details out. To avoid the disclosure of private and sensitive information, it may be beneficial to consider mediation as a conflict resolution option.
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