A Change Order Sample Clauses

A Change Order is a written instrument issued after execution of the Agreement signed by Owner and Design-Builder, stating their agreement upon all of the following:
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A Change Order is a written amendment to the Contract Documents signed by the Owner, the Architect and the Contractor, issued after the execution of the Contract, authorizing a change in the Work or an adjustment in the Contract Amount or the Contract Time. The Contract Amount and the Contract Time may be changed only by Change Order.
A Change Order is required regardless of the reason underlying the change and regardless of whether the change increases, decreases or has no effect on DB Contractor’s costs.
A Change Order in form provided by Owner, shall be prepared by Contractor, reviewed and certified by Professional or Owner, and executed promptly by the parties after an agreement is reached between Contractor and Owner concerning requested changes. Contractor shall promptly perform changes authorized by duly executed Change Orders. The Project price and Project time shall be adjusted in the Change Order in the manner as Owner and Contractor shall mutually agree. Agreement on any Change Order shall constitute a final settlement of all matters relating to the change in the Work that is the subject of the Change Order, including all direct and indirect costs associated with such change and any and all adjustments to the Project price and the Project time.
A Change Order is a written instrument prepared and issued by the District and/or the Architect and signed by the District (as authorized by the District’s Board of Education), Developer, the Architect, and approved by the Project Inspector (if necessary) and DSA (if necessary), stating their agreement regarding all of the following:
A Change Order in the form attached as Exhibit E to this Agreement, shall be issued and executed promptly after an agreement is reached between Contractor and Owner concerning the requested changes. Contractor shall promptly perform changes authorized by duly executed Change Orders. The Contract Amount and Contract Time shall be adjusted in the Change Order in the manner as Owner and Contractor shall mutually agree.
A Change Order is a written communication issued by the Engineer setting forth the authorized amount which is to be paid to the Contractor for the changes in the Work covered by a Field order, or the authorized amount which is to be deducted from the Contract Price as a credit on account of the changes in the Work covered by a Field Order.
A Change Order or Construction Change Directive will become effective when approved by the Board, notwithstanding that Developer has not signed it. A Change Order or Construction Change Directive will become effective without Developer’s signature provided District indicates it as a “Unilateral Change Order”. Any dispute as to the adjustment in the Guaranteed Maximum Price or Contract Time, if any, of the Unilateral Change Order shall be resolved pursuant to the Payment and Claims and Disputes provisions herein.
A Change Order related to the Work is a written order signed by the Construction Manager and Subcontractor, and issued after execution of a Subcontract, authorizing a change in a Subcontract. Costs to the Authority resulting from a change in any Subcontract must be approved in accordance with Subparagraph 14.1.1 hereof before issuance of any Change Order with a Subcontractor. The Construction Manager shall not proceed with any Changes in the Work, including the Work of any Subcontractor or Supplier, without prior written authorization from the Authority. The Construction Manager agrees that it will not be paid for and waive any Claim for payment associated with any alleged Change in the Work or any pending Change Order unless the Construction Manager fully complies with the terms of this Article 14. The Construction Manager further assumes any and all risks or liabilities associated with the Construction Manager proceeding with any alleged Change to the Work or pending Change Order that is not administered in strict accordance with the Contract Documents.