Change Orders Sample Clauses

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. 12.1.1 A Change Order is a written order to the Contractor signed by the State, the Architect, and the Contractor issued after execution of the Contract, authorizing a change in the Work or an adjustment in the Contract Sum or the Contract Time. The Contract Sum and the Contract Time may be changed only by Change Order. A Change Order signed by the Contractor indicates his agreement therewith, including the adjustment in the Contract Sum or the Contract Time. A Proposed Change Order (PCO) is a written request submitted to the Architect by either the Contractor or the State requesting a change to the contract price and / or schedule. A Construction Change Directive (CCD) is a written document prepared by the State and / or Architect directing the Contractor to make changes in the Work where the State and the Contractor have not reached an agreement on proposed changes in the contract sum or contract time. A Construction Change Directive becomes part of a PCO. Payment for changes in the Work will only be made after a Change Order is signed by the Contractor and Architect and executed by the State.
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. Tenant may initiate changes in the Tenant Work. Each material change must receive the prior written approval of Landlord, such approval not to be unreasonably withheld, conditioned or delayed; however, if such requested change would adversely affect (in the reasonable discretion of Landlord) (i) the Building’s structure or the Building’s systems, (ii) the exterior appearance of the Building, or (iii) the appearance of the Common Area, Landlord shall have the right to approve or disapprove the change in its sole and absolute discretion. Landlord shall respond to a change order request within three (3) business days. Tenant shall, upon completion of the Tenant Work, furnish Landlord with an accurate architectural “as-builtplan of the Tenant Work as constructed in PDF and CAD format (together with a hard copy thereof), which plan shall be incorporated into this Exhibit by this reference for all purposes. If Tenant requests any changes to the Tenant Work described in the Working Drawings, then such increased costs and any additional design costs incurred in connection therewith as the result of any such change shall be added to the Total Construction Costs.
Change Orders. Tenant may authorize changes in work during construction only by written instructions to Landlord's Representative on a form approved by Landlord. All such changes will be subject to Landlord's prior written approval in accordance with Paragraph 6. Prior to commencing any change, Landlord will prepare and deliver to Tenant, for Tenant's approval, a change order (the "Change Order") setting forth the total cost of such change, which will include associated architectural, engineering and construction contractor's fees, and an amount sufficient to reimburse Landlord for overhead and related expenses incurred in connection with the Change Order. If Tenant fails to approve and pay for such Change Order within five (5) days after delivery by Landlord, Tenant will be deemed to have withdrawn the proposed change and Landlord will not proceed to perform the change. Upon Landlord's receipt of Tenant's approval and payment, Landlord will proceed to perform the change.
Change Orders. A. A Change Order is a written order to the Contractor signed by the SDSTA, issued after execution of the Contract, authorizing a change in the Work or an adjustment in the Contract Sum or the Contract Time. The Contract Sum and the Contract Time may be changed only by Change Order. A Change Order signed by the Contractor indicates Contractor’s agreement therewith, including the adjustment in the Contract Sum or the Contract Time.
Change Orders. If, prior to the Commencement Date and after the Tenant Improvement Plans and the construction budget have finally been approved by Tenant, Tenant requires improvements or changes (individually or collectively, the “Change Orders”) to the Premises in addition to, revision of, or substitution for, the Tenant Improvements, Tenant shall deliver to Landlord for its approval plans and specifications for such Change Orders. Within five (5) business days after such delivery by Tenant, Landlord shall either approve or disapprove such Change Orders, and if Landlord disapproves such Change Orders, Landlord shall advise Tenant of the revisions required. Tenant shall revise and redeliver the plans and specifications to Landlord within five (5) business days after Landlord’s advice of its disapproval of a proposed Change Order or Tenant shall be deemed to have abandoned its request for such Change Orders. Tenant shall pay the reasonable, out-of-pocket costs for all preparations and revisions of plans and specifications for, and the construction of, all Change Orders, subject to the TI Allowance.
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.