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change order meaning

  "change order" in a sentence
  • [Architecture]

    A written order to the contractor signed by the owner and the architect, issued after the execution of the contract, authorizing a change in the work or an adjustment in the contract sum or the contract time as originally defined by the contract documents; may add to, subtract from, or vary the scope of work. A change order may be signed by the architect alone (provided he has written authority from the owner for such procedure and that a copy of such written authority is furnished to the contractor upon request), or by the contractor if he agrees to the adjustment in the contract sum or the contract time.

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  1. negotiating any change orders / variations
  2. eco engineering change order
  3. engineering change order notice
  4. change order; variation order
  5. perform contract, supervise contract execution, and deal with change orders

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