This edition looks at why construction change orders occur, how to mitigate their adverse impacts, and how to avoid unnecessary change orders. The author presents objective views from various vantage points: owner, designer (architect-engineer), contract/project manager, general contractor and subcontractor. The book features: numerous forms, letters and charts; a complete example of a typical change order from the first notice of a changed condition through processing of the actual change order; and examples showing damages that can occur with change order.Nevertheless, the MCA has continued to publish the factors, and NECA has also published similar impact factors. Table 11-1 is a list of impact factors from Appendix B of the MCA Labor Estimating Manual (1986). In the manual, Appendix Banbsp;...
|Title||:||Construction Change Orders|
|Author||:||James Jerome O'Brien|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 1998|