managing and negotiating change orders

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Discuss CO procedures before construction beginsDevelop a potential change order (PCO) log and filing systemDistribute a PCO log at each progress meetingEvaluate each PCO before making a recommendationNever lower your standards of professionalismEvaluate and resolve each PCO as fast as possibleChoose your battles wisely.

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4. Definitions Potential Change Order (PCO): An issue that could affect the cost or duration of a contract.  

5. Issues that initiate PCOs Drawing error Specification error Contract document discrepancy Code violation Engineer-requested change Submittal review comment Request for information Owner-requested change Contractor-requested change Substitution request Permit agency request Permit requirement Easement requirement Property owner request Utility conflict Value engineering proposal Changed site condition Safety Code change Code interpretation Tax increase or decrease Quantity increase or decrease Weather Material availability Labor availability

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8. Percent (%) Change Orders to Expect

10. Note: Write meeting notes and send copies to Owner and project file. Note: Write meeting notes and send copies to Owner and project file.

11. Note: Consider using a binder to maintain PCO information and file the information when the PCO is resolved. Note: Consider using a binder to maintain PCO information and file the information when the PCO is resolved.

19. EXAMPLE – Pump Station Change Orders

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