Why is the contractor issuing a change order in the Project management practice exam?

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    Haytham Abdelrahman Abdelall

    The question asked about the record documents to support the change order. A, E , F are not part of the record dwgs. Addenda is provided by Arch prior to commence the construction during the bidding process. Punch list and application of payments are not part of the change order and won't help in verifying the changes.

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    Matthew Bowers (Edited )

    A change order is required for any change in a project's scope, schedule, and/or cost, and the proposed changes presumably affect all three. And as previously mentioned, the question is only related to record documents. B, C, and D are all record documents.

    Edited to add: As an aside...for both the PjM & CE exam, you will need to know the differences between a Change Order (CO, G701), Construction Change Directive (CCD, G714), and an Architect's Supplemental Instruction (ASI, G710). Understand how and why each document is used for changes in the work during construction, and be generally familiar with the documents themselves.

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