Should the construction contract you are about to enter contain an indemnification provision? What about “no-damage-for-delay” or differing site condition clauses? Or how about a waiver of consequential damages? The inclusion and scope of these types of provisions (and countless others) in any particular construction contract are things you should discuss with your attorney. Whether they are necessary or should be agreed to may vary depending on the type of project and the parties involved. There are, however, certain minimum elements that must be in every Arizona construction contract.