Scope Change definition

Scope Change means any change to the scope of a contract to accommodate a need not originally provided for in the contract and which may include the acquisition of additional deliverables or the extension of the term of the contract and which may require an adjustment to the contract price;
Scope Change has the meaning set forth in Section 12.1 hereof.
Scope Change means, except for major maintenance reserve fund, roads, solid waste, surface water management and wastewater CIP projects, that a CIP project's total project cost increases by ten percent or by fifty thousand dollars, whichever is less. For major maintenance reserve fund, roads, solid waste, surface water management or wastewater CIP projects, "scope change" means the total project cost increases by fifteen percent.

Examples of Scope Change in a sentence

  • Any GMP Change Request shall include a proposal as to the appropriate GMP adjustment with respect to the Scope Change at issue.

  • A Change Order is a written document prepared by the City reflecting the agreement between the City and Contractor for: a change in the terms or conditions of the Contract, if any; a specific Scope Change in the Work; the amount of the adjustment, if any, in the Contract Sum; and the extent of the adjustment, if any, in the Contract Time.

  • Except to the extent that Siemens is entitled to a Scope Change Order or other relief provided for in this Agreement, Siemens shall perform its Work in accordance with the Work Schedule.

  • Siemens shall be entitled to a Scope Change Order to compensate Siemens for the increased cost of its performance and/or schedule delay resulting from such suspension of the Work.

  • Scope Change - Briefly describes the tranche’s request for change in scope, if any.


More Definitions of Scope Change

Scope Change shall have the meaning assigned to it in subparagraph 1(A)(1)(b) of the Construction Management Agreement.
Scope Change has the meaning indicated in the Construction Agreement.
Scope Change means a change to the Construction Project that, if implemented, will make the quality, function or capacity of the Improvements “materially different” (as defined below in this subparagraph) than as described or inferred by the site plan or plans and renderings referenced in Exhibit B. The term “Scope Change” is not intended to include the mere refinement, correction or detailing of the site plan, plans or renderings submitted to BNPPLC by NAI. As used in this definition, a “material difference” means a difference that could reasonably be expected to (a) cause the Lease Balance to exceed the fair market value of the Property when the Construction Project is completed and all Construction Advances required in connection therewith have been funded, or significantly increase any such excess, (b) change the general character of the Improvements from that needed to accommodate the uses to be permitted by subparagraph 2(A) of the Lease, or (c) cause or exacerbate Projected Cost Overruns.
Scope Change is not intended to include the mere refinement, correction or detailing of the site plan, plans or renderings submitted to BNPPLC by NAI. As used in this definition, a “material difference” means a difference that could reasonably be expected to (a) cause the Lease Balance to exceed the fair market value of the Property when the Construction Project is completed and all Construction Advances required in connection therewith have been funded, or significantly increase any such excess, (b) change the general character of the Improvements from that needed to accommodate the uses to be permitted by subparagraph 2(A) of the Lease, or (c) cause or exacerbate Projected Cost Overruns.
Scope Change means, with respect to a Project, any material change in the Plans and Specifications which materially alters the nature of such Project or any other material change to the design, layout, architecture or quality of such Project from that which is contemplated under the initial Plans and Specifications with respect to such Project (unless such change is due to or related to a Requirement of Law); provided that it is acknowledged that any refinements or embellishments to the Plans and Specifications in a manner which is not materially inconsistent with such Plans and Specifications shall not be considered a “Scope Change.”
Scope Change which means any change to the scope of a contract to accommodate a need not originally provided for in the contract;
Scope Change means any addition to, deletion from, suspension of or other modification of this Agreement approved by Client or Client’s Representative, which necessitates a change in one or more of the Contract Price, the Guaranteed Completion Dates, the Payment Schedule, the Project Schedule or the Project Guarantees or any other condition of this Agreement in accordance with the terms of Article 12.