The DRA ruled for landlord in part but disallowed any increase for additional work performed under five change orders submitted by landlord.
What does CO stand for?
CO stands for Change Order
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- Central Office (telecommunications/telephony)
- Certificate of Occupancy
- Certificate of Origin
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- Certifying Officer
- Champions Online (game)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Are you saying change orders aren't always what some contractors would have the public believe?
White County Commissioners approved a change order to include groundwork in preparation for a spec building to be constructed at the Airport Industrial Park, adjacent to the Upper Cumberland Regional Airport.
The New York City reform-processing a change order in 150 days clearly pales in comparison.
We also reviewed AOC's construction management contractor's periodic schedule assessments, proposed change order log, and weekly reports on construction progress.
0735552371 Construction change order claims, 2d ed.
The situation is also ripe to use change orders as a sneaky way to compensate for the early payments, since that front money has already been spent.
Byline: James Nash Staff Writer Concerned that change orders are adding millions of dollars to the cost of some city projects, Los Angeles City Councilman Dennis Zine on Friday called for a sweeping review of the practice.