Change Orders Sample Clauses

Change Orders. If the Commonwealth issues any change order or other formal contract instrument either expanding or limiting the work to be performed under the Prime Contract, the Parties shall accept such Change Orders. Contractor agrees to provide Subcontractor with written notice of any such change orders that affect the Services to be provided by the Subcontractor hereunder as soon as practical after Contractor receives such notice. Any resulting increase or decrease in the Services, Small Diverse Business or Small Business Commitment provided for in Paragraphs 7 or 8 above must be in writing, mutually agreed to, and signed by both Parties and communicated to the Bureau. If the Parties are unable to reach an agreement regarding any adjustment to the Services, Small Diverse Business or Small Business Commitment necessitated by a Commonwealth Change Order, the Parties must submit the matter in writing to the Bureau which will make a recommendation to the Contracting Officer regarding a course of action.
Change Orders. This Agreement may be amended to provide for additions, deletions and revisions in the Engineering/Architectural Services or to modify the terms and conditions thereof by either written amendment or by change order. The contract price and contract time may only be changed by a written change order approved by City, unless it is the result of an emergency situation in which case the Project Manager may give written approval to be followed by a written and approved change order. If notice of any change affecting the general scope of the Engineering/Architectural Services or provisions of this Agreement, including but not limited to, contract price or contract time, is a requirement of any insurance policy held by Consulting Engineer/Architect as a requirement of this Agreement, the giving of such notice shall be the Consulting Engineer/Architect's responsibility.
Change Orders. Any alteration or deviation from the Services mentioned or any other contractual specifications that result in a revision of this Agreement shall be executed and attached to this Agreement as a change order (“Change Order”).
Change Orders. A Change Order issued after execution of the Contract is a written order to the Contractor, signed by the ODR, the Contractor, and the A/E, authorizing a change in the Work or an adjustment in the Contract Sum or the Contract Time. The Contract Sum and the Contract Time can only be changed by Change Order. A Change Order signed by the Contractor indicates his agreement therewith, including the adjustment in the Contract Sum and/or the Contract Time. The ODR may issue written authorization for the Contractor to proceed with work of a Change Order in advance of final execution by all parties. In the absence of an agreement with the Contractor on a Change Order, the Owner may issue a Unilateral Change Order that will have the full force and effect of a contract modification. The issuance of a Unilateral Change Order does not prejudice the Contractor’s rights to make claims or to appeal disputed matters under terms of the Contract.
Change Orders. If the State's Project Manager or the Grantee’s Authorized Representative identifies a change needed in the workplan and/or budget, either party may initiate a Change Order using the Change Order Form provided by the MPCA. Change Orders may not delay or jeopardize the success of the Project, alter the overall scope of the Project, increase or decrease the overall amount of the Contract/Agreement, or cause an extension of the term of this Agreement. Major changes require an Amendment rather than a Change Order.The Change Order Form must be approved and signed by the State's Project Manager and the Grantee’s Authorized Representative in advance of doing the work. Documented changes will then become an integral and enforceable part of the Agreement. The MPCA has the sole discretion on the determination of whether a requested change is a Change Order or an Amendment. The state reserves the right to refuse any Change Order requests.
Change Orders. Tenant shall have the right, in accordance herewith, to submit for Landlord’s approval (which shall not be unreasonably withheld) change proposals subsequent to Landlord’s approval of the Final Plans and Tenant’s approval of the Cost Proposal (each, a “Change Order”), Landlord agrees to respond to any such change proposal (which response shall include any information necessary for Tenant to evaluate such change order) within such time as is reasonably necessary (taking into consideration the information contained in such change proposal) after the submission thereof by Tenant, advising Tenant of any anticipated costs (“Change Order Costs”) associated with such change proposal, as well as an estimate of any delay which would likely result in the completion of the Tenant Improvement Work if a Change Order is made pursuant thereto. Tenant shall have the right to then approve or withdraw such change proposal within five (5) business days after receipt of such information. If Tenant approves such change proposal and a Change Order is made, then the Change Order Costs associated with the approved change order shall be deemed additions to the Cost Proposal.
Change Orders. The Contracting Party shall deliver to the Board copies of all Change Orders within five (5) business days after the respective dates thereof.
Change Orders. COUNTY, without invalidating the Task Order, may order changes in the work by altering, adding to or deducting from the work in which the Task Order cost shall be adjusted accordingly. All such changes shall be executed under the conditions of the original Task Order. If additional work is necessary, a new Task Order will be issued. For deduction of work scope, a change order shall be executed, deducting the amount from the original Task Order cost. Credits for Prepriced and Non Prepriced Tasks shall be calculated at the pre-set Unit Prices and multiplied by the appropriate Adjustment Factors. The result is that a credit for Tasks that have been deleted from the Detailed Scope of Work will be given at 100% of the value at which they were included in the original Price Proposal. CONTRACTOR shall make no changes in the work or perform any additional work without COUNTY’s specific written approval.